Tottenham manager Mauricio Pochettino has refused to rule out the possibility of Harry Kane playing again this season.
US attorney general William Barr has said there was “no collusion between the Trump campaign and Russian government hackers” as he spoke ahead of the release of Robert Mueller’s report into Russian election interference.
Sports Direct owner Mike Ashley and bosses at Rangers Football Club are waiting for a judge’s ruling on the latest round of a long-running High Court fight over merchandise sales.
Preston are hoping Paul Gallagher will ease their injury problems at home to relegated Ipswich.
The family of a mentally ill man who died after a restraint belt was placed across his face while in police custody have spoken of their “dismay” after a judge ruled he could not be sure it contributed to his fatal cardiac arrest.
Renault has shown off an all-new concept electric van. Named the EZ-Flex, it follows on from last year’s EZ-Pro concept — though unlike that van, this one could make production if trials of the vehicle across Europe are successful.
Former Scotland manager George Burley believes the Scottish Football Association has unrealistic expectations and branded the decision to dispense with Alex McLeish as “ridiculous”.
Data recovered from murder accused Tasmin Glass’s mobile phone as part of the Steven Donaldson inquiry included 4,000 pages worth of text messages between the former lovers.
A major exhibition showing how the car has shaped our world is to be staged by the Victoria & Albert Museum.
Energy firm ConocoPhillips is to sell its exploration and production assets in the North Sea to Chrysaor for 2.68 billion US dollars (£2 billion).