Munich Police President Hubertus Andrae says the gunman who killed nine people had no known links to the so-called Islamic State group.
As increased French security checks cause major delays at the Port over Dover, passenger Richard Beeken says there has been "no information".
Comic Mike Ward was ordered to pay $42,000 for using a child as a punchline in his standup act
Turkey's deputy prime minister says the plotters behind last week's failed coup had infiltrated all ministries and more arrests will follow.
From a high-profile fight between two of the biggest companies in the world, to a new government program that brings real money to families that need it
Bastian Obermayer was having dinner with his kids when he realized there had been multiple shootings in the nearby mall
Trump argues that his rival for the Republican nomination ruined his career with that speech
Mark Rylance, who plays the BFG in a new film adaptation, reads Roald Dahl's classic novel to a group of children as director Steven Spielberg explains how he found child star Ruby Barnhill.
Donald Trump's daughter began her speech talking about her political identity
Pilotless aircraft will beam wireless internet to remote parts of world
As the search for the missing Malaysia Airlines MH370 is close to being suspended, the BBC talks to the sister of Zaharie Shah, the plane's chief pilot.
Costumed fans of comic books, film and TV attend four-day event
There has been a dramatic increase in the number of people using mobile phone apps to do their banking.
It now appears that the man who killed 84 people in Nice last week had been planning the attack for months.
Worst flooding country has seen in years, say officials
Sports Direct workers treated without "dignity or respect" a Business, Innovation and Skills Committee report finds
Twenty-year-old Muslim beauty vlogger Maroua Bekkouche had a message for the attacker in Nice who killed more than 80 people in her city last week.
Five years since 77 Norwegians died at the hands of Anders Behring Breivik, the BBC returns to the island, Utoeya.
BBC Breakfast put Olympic sprinting legend Usain Bolt on the spot with 60 seconds of quick-fire questions.
David Frum, author and former Presidential speechwriter, has analysis from the Republican Convention in Cleveland.
Russia lost its appeal against the Olympic ban on its track and field athletes, a decision which could add pressure on the IOC to exclude the country entirely from next month's games.
A man who was shot by police in Miami Monday evening says the officer told him he didn't know why he did it.