Thousands of protesters rallying against the Lebanese political elite blocked roads in central Beirut, preventing politicians from reaching the parliament and forcing the postponement of a legislative session.
If television debates won elections, then Hillary Clinton would be in the White House and Nick Clegg could be fighting for a fourth term as prime minister.
Defender Charlie Taylor believes Burnley will benefit from the peak years of his career after signing a new contract at Turf Moor.
As the European Tour season draws to a close in Dubai, PA golf correspondent Phil Casey sat down with chief executive Keith Pelley during the Turkish Airlines Open for a wide-ranging interview.
The Green Party has said it will invest around £100 billion a year in tackling climate change, including legislation for a “green new deal” intended to set Britain on track to reduce carbon emissions to net zero by 2030.
Unions are seeking urgent assurances about the future of steel plants in the UK after Tata Steel announced plans to axe thousands of jobs.
President Donald Trump’s unscheduled weekend visit to hospital has raised suspicions about his health.
New Wales head coach Wayne Pivac has named a 35-man squad for his first match in charge against the Barbarians.
Boris Johnson has vowed to “come down hard” on the “scourge” of knife crime if the Tories win a majority at the General Election, with a pledge to immediately arrest and promptly charge anyone caught unlawfully with a blade.
Manchester United midfielder Scott McTominay believes players speaking their minds in the dressing room have put the team in a more positive position.