The woman who brought a successful civil action against two footballers she accused of raping her has said she has been "vindicated" by the decision.
The number of qualifications obtained by prisoners in Scotland has fallen.
The Brexit process is "ripping to shreds" the UK Government's claims that Westminster and Holyrood are equal partners, Alex Salmond has said.
Green MSPs have told Finance Secretary Derek Mackay he will need to make changes to income tax in Scotland if he wants them to help him get his Budget passed at Holyrood.
Ministers have been accused of covering up a failed test of the Trident nuclear deterrent weeks before a crucial Commons vote on the future of the submarine-launched missile system.
More than 2,000 people gathered outside the US Consulate in Edinburgh in support of women's rights following US president Donald Trump's inauguration.
Any moves by the UK Government to limit immigration could "seriously harm" Scotland's economy, a Holyrood minister has warned.
Finance ministers from the UK's devolved administrations have called for greater clarity from the Treasury over its plans to manage the economy as Brexit approaches.
The death of a man hours after police spoke to him was not due to any "act or omission" by officers, a police watchdog has found.
Police have charged a 12-year-old boy in connection with threatening and abusive behaviour at a church in Fife.
Every pregnant woman should be assigned one midwife to provide the majority of their care, a review of maternity and neonatal services has found.
The head of ScotRail has quit after less than two years leading the troubled firm.
Organisations across Scotland have "serious concerns" about the impact of Brexit, according to a wide-ranging parliamentary report.
A man has been arrested and charged with attempted murder after a firearm was discharged in an Edinburgh suburb.
A gay Tory MP has told how he questioned whether he would be able to pursue his dream of entering politics because he feared a backlash over his sexuality.
A festival dubbed the "world's biggest Burns night celebration" is getting under way in the town where the poet spent his final years.
Trainspotting's long-awaited sequel has won over most critics - although all agree it can never leave the same legacy as the original.
A woman seriously injured in a fire which killed her boyfriend has said she is "getting stronger every day" and thanked everyone who helped her.
People will be "very nervous" about what Donald Trump's presidency will mean but the responsibilities of the office could change his approach, Alex Salmond has said.
The trend of paving over gardens is putting homes at risk of flooding and could see urban drains overwhelmed as heavy rain increases with climate change, research suggests.
Independence would result in "turbo-charged austerity" for Scotland and a "glaring hole" in the cash for essential public services, Jeremy Corbyn has warned.
The first Scotland-wide network of specialists focused on improving mental health is being launched.
Almost a quarter of a million older people in Scotland go to the supermarket to give them a reason to leave the house, a charity has said.