The prestigious San Isidro bullfight has been suspended after three matadors were gored in one day. This is actually rarer than the uninitiated might expect - it's the first suspension for 35 years.
After another sex scandal involving a senior member of the Catholic Church, questions are again being asked about celibacy. Is it realistic for someone to permanently go without sex?
As the search for Malaysia Airlines' missing Boeing 777 moves into its 11th day, a multitude of theories about the plane's fate are circulating on forums and social media. Here, former pilots and aviation experts look at some of those theories.
A sneak preview of what is to become David Cameron's pet project - the National Citizen Service.
It takes 114 strokes of front crawl to swim from one end to the other.
It was like a macabre fairy tale, says the detective who caught Damilola's killers.
Living alone costs singletons an extra Â£250,000 over a lifetime compared to couples, it is claimed. So what is the "singles tax"?
Columnist Matthew Parris has been called "ignorant" and his actions "dangerous" after swimming across London's River Thames. But up and down the country, people are dipping a toe in the trend for outdoor swimming.
Why do the English fool themselves, again and again, into believing they can win? Might they actually enjoy it?
Voting is a serious business. So just what can and can't you do in a polling station?