A stone carver praised for his "wisdom" forgot about footage which has made him an internet star.
Running a music festival is challenging and not just because of the weather.
Daniel Webster has been off school for two years after "falling through the cracks of education".
Watch the best bits from day 17 of the Women's World Cup, as pre-tournament favourites USA go through but neighbours Canada are beaten by Sweden in the last 16.
Donald Trump has labelled himself "Tariff Man", in his bid to use tariffs to boost domestic jobs.
A 19-year-old recalls being caught carrying a knife, but has since turned life around.
Boris Johnson continues to dominate the front pages as he tries to get his leadership bid back on track.
The four-hour disruption was the largest in recent Dutch history, and the cause is still unclear.
Sweden beat Canada in a hard-fought game to set up a Women's World Cup quarter-final against Germany.
He admits to the BBC he would need EU co-operation to avoid a hard Irish border or crippling tariffs in the event of no deal.
Megan Rapinoe expects "tons of media" attention when holders the United States face hosts France in the Women's World Cup quarter-finals.
Trams were suspended and a driver was stranded on a car roof as heavy rain hit Edinburgh before moving across central Scotland.
A group of 18 wealthy individuals is arguing that politicians have a moral duty to tax them more.
Three Court of Appeal judges overrule an earlier decision to allow an abortion to be carried out.
The two pilots managed to eject but only one of them is thought to have survived.
Megan Rapinoe scores twice from the spot as defending champions USA reach the Women's World Cup last eight with an unconvincing 2-1 win over Spain.
Thunderstorms can lead to travel misery, but also spectacular images, if you know how to take them.
Megan Rapinoe scores the winner from the penalty spot for the USA in their World Cup last 16 tie against Spain in Reims.
Mark Wood on the pressure of being the number 11 in a run chase, haircuts and how "two nasty fast bowlers" ended up watching a children's film.
Watch Shakib al Hasan bowl Bangladesh to a comfortable victory against Afghanistan with five wickets in their Cricket World Cup encounter.