How long before the staged scenes lead to real drama, asks Chloë Hamilton
The film is a faithful re-telling of the investigation that in 2002 blew open a Catholic paedophile scandal involving scores of priests in Boston. David Usborne travels there to meet its real-life heroes
The submarine will complete India's nuclear triad, allowing it to launch atomic weapons from land, sea and air
Much of the campaign so far has focused on Donald Trump, to the frustration of his rivals
The President must choose a candidate to replace Justice Antonin Scalia after his death on Saturday
Pyongyang insists launch for 'peaceful satellite programme' to further country's space goals
Three out of every five Americans views him unfavorably - George H. W. Bush is the only one that comes close to that figure
The Apple employee helped to comfort the child after he accidentally ran into a glass wall
The President described Mr Hamo's story of fleeing Syria in 2013 and battling stomach cancer in Turkey as 'inspirational'
Kim Jong-un’s regime could be more 'rational and predictable' than the alternative, expert claims
China executes almost four times as many people each year than anybody else
The teenager escaped jail after killing four people in a drunk driving incident by citing 'affluenza' as a legal defense
Research claims 'no evidence currently that increasing dietary calcium intake prevents fractures'
Mrs Phan-Gillis was visiting southern China as part of a business delegation from Houston when she was detained in March on suspicion of spying
'Death to America' is an anti-American political slogan which has been in use in Iran since the Iranian Revolution in 1979