The Lord Shannon nightwear was worn by Elvis during a stay at the Baptist Memorial Hospital, Memphis.
June Osborne enthroned as the first female Bishop of Llandaff on Saturday.
Labour said Swindon Borough Council needed a new developer as "nothing's happened".
How "battle name babies" and their descendants were called after battles such as "Passchendaele".
A UK zoo is taking part in a radical plan to save the world's last northern white rhinos from extinction.
Father-of-two speaks about overcoming the frustrations of carrying out every day tasks.
A special parade is held in Marlborough, Wiltshire to celebrate 70 years of Pelham Puppets.
Former Rochdale midfielder Donal McDermott joins League Two club Swindon Town on a one-year contract.
A new bill would allow fresh sanctions against Russia and curb President Trump's powers to lift them.
They were among 38 people found inside the back of a trailer, many suffering from dehydration.
An underwater robot spotted the lava-like rocks inside a reactor of Japan's destroyed nuclear plant.
Turkey's leader says the row is not in anyone's interest as he begins two days of shuttle diplomacy.
Tensions have risen over security measures at the site in Jerusalem revered by Jews and Muslims.
Wuilly Arteaga regularly plays at anti-government protests and was injured in the latest clashes.
Dozens of civilians were abducted and about 30 remain missing, an official says.
Viktor Orban expresses support for Poland as its court reforms are approved, despite EU criticism.
The star says he's not quitting because it's "the coolest part in any universe".
Couples take part in Belarus wife-carrying race
Belgian photographer Sanne de Wilde is fascinated by the colourblind residents of Pingelap.
The former Wall Street financier said he was sorry for calling Mr Trump a "hack politician" in 2015.
A gallery is selling works by Bubbles and other primates to raise money for Florida's Centre for Great Apes.
Three men from Colombia speak to BBC World Service about life as a polyamorous throuple, after having their romantic union officially recognised.
It follows tension over the place known to Muslims as the Haram al-Sharif, and to Jews as the Temple Mount.
Cholera has swept through Yemen faster than any other country on record this year.
President Ilham Aliyev gives 255 flats to journalists on occasion of the country's National Press Day.
The count in Papua New Guinea's election is delayed in one province following accusations of witchcraft.
A Chinese school is criticised by parents and social media users for making children bring an iPad.
The Hadza are one of the last remaining hunter-gatherer tribes in the world. Could their diet hold lessons for everyone?
As Michael Phelps takes on a Great White Shark, we look at other athletes who have taken on animals.
South Korean women have dominated international golf for years now. Why?
Some legal experts believe he could, but that would not be the end of his problems.
In Norway, anyone can find out how much anyone else is paid, and it rarely causes problems, writes Lars Bevanger.
Thai monk Wirapol Sukphol denies a range of charges but the case points to a wider trend of bad karma.
His trial, and car chase, paved the way for reality TV, and Donald Trump, writes Nick Bryant.
A selection of the best news photographs from around the world, taken over the past week.
How Comic-Con has become an annual festival of costumes and comic books - and a multi-million dollar industry.
Equal marriage will be celebrated at Gay Pride Berlin, but adoption is still a thorny issue.
His father vows to continue to fight to extend the right-to-die to those with severe mental illness.
A half-mile stretch of rail track in Philadelphia has become a refuge for hundreds of addicts, but the city is about to descend.
Prince William and Harry open up about their mother, Princess Diana, in a documentary commemorating the 20th anniversary of her death.
Jodi Ann Bickley gets requests from people around the world who want a morale-boosting letter.
Jeremy Corbyn says he didn't promise to write off student debt - despite saying he would "deal with" it.
Hold onto your sack - Stephen Wildish is going to try to break the world record.
The format has been around for more than 20 years.
It's indoor football, but not as you know it.
The father of a man who killed himself at HMP Woodhill has met a former inmate who wrote to him.
The Secret Garden Party, held in Abbots Ripton close to Huntingdon, will finish after 15 years.
A 12ft-long python found on the Norfolk Broads has still not been found.
Corrie Mckeague's mother, Nicola Urquhart, said she had felt police would find him.
Some were live streaming from their classrooms, a BBC investigation finds.
Princess Charlotte and her family ended their visit to Germany with a visit to an Airbus factory.
Girls tell us why queuing to see pop stars shouldn't be ridiculed.
How the law, politics and practicalities could affect the process of the UK leaving the EU.
Georgia Wilde's father accidentally filmed the wrong girl at her graduation ceremony.
The public voted, and this time the name will stick. But what is it?
Traffic jams can set any holiday off to a bad start - so how do you avoid them?
The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge have a go at shaping pretzel dough - then take to the river for a race.
The presenter told listeners he'd asked his 91-year-old mum what to do, after his pay was revealed.
David Johnston lightly touched the Queen on the elbow as she descended some steps at Canada House.
A clinical psychologist is experimenting with 'problem solving booths', staffed by strangers.
Jason Liversidge, who has motor neurone disease, now plans to abseil off the Humber Bridge.
Leader of the Commons Andrea Leadsom provokes laughter with a slip-up.
The number fledging from the UK in 2017 is more than the total number for the previous 30 years.
for big school? Children get ready for the next step and describe their expectations.
Could a brain injury identity card help a former soldier who gets refused service in bars?
TSB customers will be able to try out iris scanning technology to access their bank account.
Some homes were left swamped in up to six inches of water following torrential downpours.
When 'Ranjeep' told his family that he was gay, at first his father advised him to marry a woman.
The newly elected leader of Kensington and Chelsea Council has been heckled over the Grenfell fire.
Lightning storms across the East of England destroy one man's home and cause travel chaos.
It often presents in old age but there are steps you can take before then to keep your brain healthy.
Our media editor Amol Rajan says the gender pay gap could lead to big problems for the BBC.
Footage emerges of actor Paul Nicholls, who was stranded with two broken legs for three days.
Resident Mary Roberts talks about losing some of her possessions in flash floods in Coverack village, Cornwall.
At least two people were airlifted out of their home in Coverack after the village was hit by flash flooding.
The MP for the Bard's home town is ticked off for "gesticulating in a distinctly eccentric manner".
Thunderstorms swept across areas of England and Wales last night.
Reinwood Junior School is one of several in West Yorkshire which carries out lockdown drills.
The BBC's director general says it's unfair to publish the salaries of stars who earn more than £150,000.
Mamudu Rumayatu wants accommodation suitable for her adopted grandson, who has autism and ADHD.
Some are the most memorable adverts of all time but ads that portray sexism will be banned.
Some of Jane Austen's biggest fans give their reaction to the new £10 note which features the author 200 years after her death.
Charities are processing 174 tonnes of physical donations and almost £20 million in financial donations to Grenfell survivors.
Two polar guides have been married in the first official wedding ceremony in the British Antarctic Territory (BAT).
Five-year-old Kyran Duff has been given an award after calling 999 when his mum lost consciousness.
The British tennis ace and baking fan is given cakes on BBC Breakfast, but it doesn't quite go to plan.
A charity, which provides a coffee and advice service, needs £25,000 to replace its stolen vehicle.
As the second round of Brexit negotiations looms, BBC World Service asked three experts how you go about getting what want.