Jonny Evans has revealed some West Brom players cried following the loss to Bournemouth, but denies relegation is a foregone conclusion and that their predicament is due to the ill-fated Barcelona trip.
A police officer has paid tribute to his friend and fellow officer who was killed in the Westminster attack.
Liam Broady won his first ever Masters match to move into the second round with a straight-sets win over Bjorn Fratangelo at the Miami Open.
The number of over-70s holding a driving licence has exceeded five million for the first time, new figures show.
Serena Williams tumbled out of the Miami Open on Wednesday after a straight sets defeat to Indian Wells champion Naomi Osaka.
The rapid spread of fire through the upper floors of a hotel and apartment block building in Dublin poses “serious questions”, a local politician has said.
Shane Duffy has admitted his first steps as a professional footballer left him “shaking” on the pitch.
Tour de France organisers are planning to deny Chris Froome a place in this year’s race if his salbutamol case has not been resolved, Press Association Sport understands.
Congressional leaders finalised a sweeping 1.3 trillion dollars (£917 billion) budget bill on Wednesday that substantially boosts military and domestic spending.
As Craig Overton dispatched a Trent Boult delivery over square-leg for six in the 19th over on Thursday, England passed their lowest ever Test total and avoided beating a record which has stood since January 1887.
Police have warned residents in Austin to remain vigilant in case the suspected bomber whose deadly explosives terrorised the city for three weeks planted more bombs before his death.
The Prince of Wales will carry out a series of engagements in Cornwall including marking the 200th anniversary year of the Royal Cornwall Museum and signing a slate destined for the roof of the Duchy’s only cathedral.
A gay priest prevented from working as a hospital chaplain after marrying his partner will learn the outcome of an Appeal Court challenge over his claim he was discriminated against.
The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge will show off their culinary skills and general knowledge when they take part in a Commonwealth quiz and lunch to celebrate the family of nations.
An inquest into the death of Russian businessman Nikolay Glushkov is set to open.
A couple who allege the UK was involved in their unlawful “rendition” to Libya are taking action at the Supreme Court in a bid to prevent parts of their legal fight being heard in secret.
England collapsed to 58 all out against New Zealand as only a defiant last-wicket stand helped them scramble past the lowest total in their 141-year Test history.
A federal appeals court upheld a copyright infringement verdict against Robin Thicke and Pharrell Williams over the 2013 hit song Blurred Lines, agreeing with lower courts that it illegally copied from Marvin Gaye’s Got to Give it Up.
A possible continental coup for the makers of post-Brexit blue British passports and Ant McPartlin’s drink-driving charge make headlines on Thursday.
Boots has replaced Marks & Spencer at the top of a ranking of brands among women.