Motherhood in the time of Zika
Katie Falkenberg's photo feature on mothers caring for children damaged by the Zika virus in Brazil was a Pulitzer Prize finalist in 2017.
Deadly tornado crosses Texas road
Footage from Canton, east of Dallas, shows one of the tornadoes which have left five people dead.
Correspondents' Dinner joke targets Trump
US comedian Hasan Minhaj had a dig at the president during the White House Correspondents' Dinner, which the president snubbed.
Ayrton Senna: Why the brand lives on
Legendary F1 driver Ayrton Senna is still one of the strongest brands in sport - and now his name is making a difference in education.
Protests against Trump's climate plans
Thousands rally across the US to protest against Donald Trump's climate strategy.
Elon Musk reveals underground road vision
The US entrepreneur and Tesla-founder finds traffic "soul-destroying" - so he's come up with this.
Trump attacks media after snubbing White House Correspondents Dinner
He dismissed criticisms as "fake news" and said he was keeping "one promise after another".
Gunpoint victim explains astonishing cool
A cashier at Jimmy John's takeaway in Kansas City, Missouri tells the BBC how he kept his astonishing cool when a robber stuck a gun in his face.
Violent clashes erupt in Rio
Buses were set on fire as a general strike turned ugly.
Tense moment plane lands without wheel
The aircraft was forced to make an emergency landing in Florida after losing a part mid-flight.
North Korea uses live fire exercise to display military might
Footage broadcast in North Korea shows leader Kim Jong-Un inspecting a military exercise on 25 April.
'They said hip hop had no market'
Breakin' Convention brings together the world's finest at Sadler's Wells Video Journalist: Alex Stanger. Producer: Claudia Redmond
The 'cardinal's' tips on how to become a fashion king
'Cardinal' Ekoumany is the President of the Ivory Coast Sapeurs. Video produced by Daniel South
Pope in Egypt for historic visit
Pope Francis urged faith leaders to denounce violence following bomb attacks that killed dozens of Christians.
Johnny Depp and other stars in dying fan's zombie movie
The Make A Film Foundation made cancer patient Anthony Conti’s dying wish come true.
In case you missed it: Cuba's got crabs
And other stories you missed this week.
Trump talks about what he misses from previous life
Donald Trump has spoken about what he misses about his life before he was president.
US ready for 'military action if necessary' against N Korea
The top US diplomat warned North Korea against further "aggression".
Ice cream museum opens in Los Angeles
The tasty pop-up pop-art museum features a pool filled with 100m sprinkles.
When you drop your drugs... in court
An arrest warrant's out for a man who dropped a bag of drugs during a court appearance in Ohio.
Iran election: Six candidates, six facts
Get the lowdown on Iran's presidential election.
Understanding Picasso's Guernica, 80 years later
Eighty years after a bombing inspired Picasso's Guernica, an expert analyses the painting.
Donald Trump impersonators compete in Los Angeles
Ten Donald Trump impersonators have competed in Los Angeles to win a comedy club contract.
Can 60-year-olds still run a cool business?
Dare Jennings, founder of the 1980s Australian surf wear brand Mambo, tells the BBC how he's keeping his cool in business.
With this Spam I thee wed
An English couple have married at a Spam museum in Minnesota.
Russia ramps up its military in the Arctic
Steve Rosenberg gains rare access to Russia's Arctic Brigade, close to the border with Finland.
Fighting continues at site where US dropped MOAB
The BBC's Auliya Atrafi discovers so-called Islamic State is still active in the area hit by a huge US bomb.
Ex-VP Joe Biden tells students: If she's drunk, it's rape
The former vice-president was speaking at a college campus event against sexual assault.
Cheap and accessible drug tackles death in childbirth
New research shows promising results for cutting the risk of women bleeding to death in childbirth.
Newlyweds divided over Trump's 100 days
Tom voted Trump, Gretchen for Clinton, and they got married after the election.
British High Commission helps gay couples marry in Australia
Gay couples can't get married under Australian law, but hundreds of gay weddings have taken place since 2014 using British law, with the help of the British High Commission.
US and South Korea hold live-fire drill
The military exercise took place around 15 miles from the border with North Korea.
Undercover video of human organ traders
The World Health Organisation says more than 10,000 human organs are sold illegally every year.
White Bengal tiger cub quadruplets at Austria zoo
Falco, Toto, Mia and Mautzi were born a month ago at the White Zoo in Austria.
Snake hunter bags 14ft python in mass cull
It came at the start of a programme to cut the number of Burmese pythons in Florida's Everglades.
Caitlyn Jenner talks about life as a transwoman and why she prefers being single.
Caitlyn Jenner has released a memoir entitled The Secrets Of My Life. She talks to Woman's Hour about the journey she has been on since her transition two years ago.
Dairy wars: Why is Trump threatening Canada over milk?
President Trump has slapped tariffs on Canadian lumber - now he's going after their dairy farmers. Why?
101-year-old Man Kaur wins 100m dash in New Zealand
Man Kaur's appearance at the World Master Games was a runaway success.
A day in Seoul using just Samsung products
You know it for its phones and TVs, but what else does Samsung do in South Korea?
Ex-Clinton advisor: 'Maternity leave too long'
Former Hillary Clinton advisor Anne-Marie Slaughter clarifies why she thinks a year of maternity leave is too long for working mothers.
Thaad: South Korea protests over US missile defence system
South Koreans protest over deployment of US missile defence system.
Naked selfie-detecting app Gallery Guardian tested
Gallery Guardian is designed to protect children from explicit images, but does not spot every snap.
Jonathan Shapiro: Why I sketched South Africa being raped
Prominent South African cartoonist Jonathan Shapiro defends his controversial sketch of President Jacob Zuma and a businessman raping 'Lady South Africa'.
La La Land Day is declared in Los Angeles
The Mayor of Los Angeles has declared a special day to celebrate the Oscar-winning film.
Kim Jong-un's ski resort
They're optimistic of success ahead of next year's Winter Olympics.
Syria refugee children 'bitten by rats' in camps
Syrians living in camps in Lebanon say waste is not being collected and is attracting vermin.
Why does this rhino have 24-hour security?
Sudan is a the northern white rhino, and the last chance for the survival of his species.
Somali-American Ilhan Omar on historic US election win
Ilhan Omar explains how she made history to become the first Somali-American legislator in the US.
The park ranger kidnapped and tortured for protecting wildlife
Park ranger Rodrigue Mugaruka Katembo, from the Democratic Republic of Congo, explains how he lives in constant fear of attack for protecting wildlife in Virunga National Park.
Great white shark feasts on dead humpback whale
The circle of life comes around for much-loved humpback 'Scarlet' on the California coast.
Have you got the bottle for 'beer yoga'?
A fitness craze from Germany combining yoga poses while drinking beer is gaining popularity in Asia.
Natascha Kampusch: 'Freedom felt like a cage'
Natascha Kampusch, held captive in a basement for years, explains her struggles since her release.
The volunteers helping ambulances to get to Syria
The BBC meets volunteers in the biggest ever convoy to transport medical vehicles from the UK to Syria.
Trump calls record-breaking astronaut Peggy Whitson
'Better you than me,' jokes US president as astronaut Peggy Whitson reveals drinking recycled urine.