Tom Brady and the New England Patriots suffered an uncharacteristic early exit from the NFL play-offs at the hands of the Tennessee Titans on Saturday night.
Dom Sibley’s maiden Test century and an injection of adrenaline from Ben Stokes primed England for a fifth day victory push in Cape Town, but South Africa lost just two wickets in 56 overs to leave plenty of hard work ahead.
Labour was not trusted on Brexit, tackling anti-Semitism or its policy platform, Rebecca Long-Bailey admitted as she set out her pitch to succeed Jeremy Corbyn as party leader.
Jos Buttler has been disciplined by the International Cricket Council for his outburst at Vernon Philander during the second Test against South Africa.
This is an historic “red letter” day for the Irish language, Sinn Fein’s president has declared.
Boris Johnson’s Brexit deal returns to the Commons on Tuesday as the Government resumes its push to drive through Britain’s departure from the EU by the end of the month.
The new Labour leader will be announced on April 4 following a contest triggered by Jeremy Corbyn’s decision to stand down in the wake of the general election defeat.
Northern Ireland could witness a return to powersharing on Friday after a dramatic night of developments in political efforts to resurrect devolution.
A man and a woman have been arrested after a dog was found drowning in a river tied to a large rock.
An appeals court in the Czech Republic has upheld the conviction of a man for knifing two-time Wimbledon champion Petra Kvitova in her home and increased his sentence from eight to 11 years in prison.