The latest stories from the Home section of the BBC News web site.
Updated: 1 hour 53 min ago
Banking giant HSBC reports a 14% drop in profits for the first quarter after "extreme levels of volatility" in financial markets at the start of the year.
Leicester City boss Claudio Ranieri says it is an "amazing feeling" to have steered the club to their first top-flight title.
A judge in Brazil has blocked access to messaging service WhatsApp for 72 hours.
Australian markets open higher ahead of an interest rate decision and the federal budget due later on Tuesday.
Celebrities at New York's Metropolitan Museum of Art go metallic, as this year's Met Ball celebrates the convergence of man and machine.
Defence correspondent Jonathan Beale reports from USS Harry S Truman, which has spent months launching attacks on so-called Islamic State.
Californian singer Gregory Porter on his love affair with the UK
The gap between the lifespans of rich and poor people in England and Wales is rising for the first time since the 1870s, research suggests.
Music streaming service Soundcloud launches a UK subscription service to rival the likes of Spotify and Apple Music.
Chinese regulators are investigating Baidu following the death of a student after treatment at a facility advertised on the search engine.
The government's flagship benefit reform has "serious design flaws" that must be resolved before it is expanded across the country, a think tank says.
Their squad costs seven times less than Manchester City's, yet Leicester are champions. We look at the stats behind the success.
Thousands of parents in England are threatening to keep their children off school for the day in a protest about primary tests.
The BBC's Shaun Davies outlines the five key policies to watch on Australia's budget day.
The High Speed Train, or Intercity 125, is celebrating its 40th year of operation.
'Freedom' chants inspire songs in India
Liberty House plans to submit a formal bid on Tuesday to buy Tata Steel's UK assets, which include the Port Talbot works employing about 4,000 people.
What happened to Lily and Jessica in one year?
Five ways to persuade voters back to the polls
Fewer than one in five eligible voters in some parts of England previously chose anyone to represent them in local elections, raising fears of a democratic deficit.