New York’s attorney general has opened a civil investigation into Donald Trump’s business dealings, taking action after his former lawyer told Congress he exaggerated his wealth to obtain loans.
Robin McBryde believes that Wales will face “arguably the best side in world rugby” when they go for Guinness Six Nations title and Grand Slam glory on Saturday.
There is no shortage of doom and gloom hanging over Scotland but winger Darcy Graham says he is on cloud nine after opening his Test try account.
Katie Piper has said that removing shame helps women to speak out about abuse and unfair treatment.
The US says it is pulling its last remaining diplomats from Venezuela, saying their continued presence in Caracas had become a “constraint” on US policy as the Trump administration looks to remove socialist President Nicolas Maduro.
Tens of thousands of pounds have been stolen in a cash-in-transit robbery.
Jon Snow and Jeremy Vine have joined Tess Daly and Claudia Winkleman on the dancefloor as they attempt the longest ever danceathon in Red Nose Day history.
Theresa May’s hopes of securing House of Commons approval for her Brexit deal suffered a shattering blow as Tory eurosceptics said they would not back it and her DUP allies said they would vote against.
David Beckham said he laughed and almost cried after an unflattering statue of him was unveiled as part of a James Corden-inspired prank.
A motorcyclist who killed a dog walker after he rode on to a "pitch black" Fife road with no lights on before panicking and mounting a pavement is facing jail.