An advice columnist who has accused Donald Trump of raping her in a New York City department store dressing room in the 1990s has sued him, saying he defamed her by calling her a liar who he had never even met.
Channel 4 has defended its new series Smuggled as being of “urgent public interest” following criticism from the Home Office.
Hibernian have sacked head coach Paul Heckingbottom after less than nine months in the role.
England batsman Dawid Malan knows he needs to grasp his chance in the Twenty20 international series in New Zealand after “feeding off scraps” in recent years.
Olivia Colman and Helena Bonham Carter are among a group of actors heading for number one with their album in aid of BBC Children In Need.
Unrestricted abortion would be available in Northern Ireland up to 12 or 14 weeks under Government proposals.
Jeremy Vine’s agent urged BBC bosses to stop “bullying” his client and treating him “like a child” during talks to renew the broadcaster’s pay deal.
The Dow Jones index hit a record high on Monday as hopes over the future of trade relations between the United States and China pushed up global markets, including the FTSE 100.
Scots tennis hero Sir Andy Murray and his wife Kim are celebrating the arrival of their third child.
Kevin-Prince Boateng says “nothing has changed” in football’s fight against racism since he walked off a pitch almost seven years ago, in the wake of the abuse suffered by Mario Balotelli.