The British star wins over Hollywood with a funny and tearful speech, as Green Book is named best film.
Lady Gaga, Olivia Colman and all the Hollywood stars on the red carpet for the 2019 Oscars
Tory backbenchers propose a two-month postponement, as Theresa May prepares to meet EU leaders.
A study confirms one of the last elephant sanctuaries in Africa has "a significant poaching problem".
The Duchess of Sussex's pregnancy was celebrated with a special ceremony at an educational charity.
Chelsea goalkeeper Kepa Arrizabalaga and manager Maurizio Sarri have a bizarre falling-out during the finale of an extraordinary Carabao Cup final
President Donald Trump said "substantial progress" had been made in trade talks with Beijing.
Defecting troops tell the BBC President Maduro's government may "lash out" at their loved ones.
Ads for unhealthy foods already up on London transport will remain but no new bookings can be made.
The 1974 Birmingham pub bombings left 21 dead and families fought for years to reopen the inquests.
The agency's chief says there are "opportunities" too, but UK telecoms cyber-security must improve.
A "world-class" treatment centre should be set up for veterans in need, a group of MPs say.
An Australian newspaper's image of Serena Williams having a tantrum drew global criticism last year.
Theresa May's announcement about a fresh vote on her deal is the main story in many of Monday's papers.
Sheila's son Stephen Whalley was one of 21 people who died when IRA bombs went off in two Birmingham pubs in 1974.
Pebbles and driftwood are the building blocks for Sam Bennett's amazing sculptures.
Rob DePiazza's home was destroyed by Hurricane Irma, so he's reconstructing it with shipping containers.
The 21st Century gladiatrix who's bringing ancient Rome back to life.
The event in Sheringham culminated in the burning of a longboat to send a Viking king to Valhalla.
Nokia's new smartphone merges together images taken simultaneously by five rear cameras.
Each week, we publish a gallery of readers' pictures on a set theme. This week it is "memory".
Why this fertility lab worker had to be injected with her partner's white blood cells to give birth.
Period. End of Sentence. looks at how one Indian village fought back against menstruation taboos.
Photographer Tariq Zaidi visited North Korea and tried to capture the candid moments between families.
BBC coverage of latest developments
What kind of achievement might have the US and North Korea singing their way home from Hanoi?
The director of Leaving Neverland speaks about interviewing Michael Jackson's alleged victims for his documentary.
How do you cope when allergies prevent you from eating a long list of foods?
How three college students set up popular restaurant chain Sweetgreen.
Sanctions block US companies doing business with Venezuela's state oil company.
Some assumptions about the UK's housing sector may no longer be true. Here are five that may surprise you.
Twenty years after the Macpherson report - set up following the Stephen Lawrence murder - has anything changed?
Greece has long denied that it has a Macedonian minority. Will this now change, asks Maria Margaronis?
Two candidates in Ukrainian presidential election have the same name. Some suspect it's a trick to confuse voters.
The murder of a Muslim dairy farmer in rural Rajasthan raises questions about the relationship between police and cow protection gangs.
Manchester City win the Carabao Cup on penalties after Chelsea goalkeeper Kepa Arrizabalaga defies Maurizio Sarri's attempt to substitute him.
Chelsea manager Maurizio Sarri says he "misunderstood' Kepa Arrizabalaga's situation following their cup final stand-off
Interim boss Ole Gunnar Solskjaer says Manchester United forward Marcus Rashford is a doubt for their next match after playing injured in the 0-0 draw with Liverpool
Watch the quirkier moments from the third round of the Six Nations, including a record-breaking win for Wales, a series of slips for France & Ireland's scoring machine.
Ireland's defence of their Six Nations crown remains alive but only just after a laboured bonus-point 26-16 win over Italy.
Stars including Melissa McCarthy, Glenn Close and Spike Lee dazzled on the famous red carpet.
The film's costume designer and production designer are the first black winners in their categories.
Find out who's got their hands on the golden statuettes at this year's Academy Awards.
The actor doesn't think he'll win a prize, but is loving the experience of being nominated.
The Academy Awards are making a few changes in an effort to stop the ratings from falling further.
Eight films are up for best picture at this year's Oscar ceremony: we've cut them down to a bite-size 30 seconds.
The 2018 Oscars directly addressed the #MeToo movement, so how are women faring in the industry this year?
Melissa McCarthy wins a Golden Raspberry for worst actress - the day before she's up for the Oscars' best actress.
Chris O'Dowd very nearly played a role made famous by Richard E Grant.
The actress says attempted changes to the ceremony this year were just "a couple of missteps".
How will the Pope confront the culture of abuse that has beset the Roman Catholic Church?
The abandoned Chernobyl exclusion zone could be about to change for the first time since the world's worst nuclear disaster.
When Alex Smith joined the Army he didn't reveal to anyone he had spent years training to be a dancer.
The trial and conviction of the notorious JoaquÃn GuzmÃ¡n tells us much about the multi-billion drugs trade.