The US Department of Justice has inadvertently named Julian Assange in a court document which suggests the WikiLeaks founder may have been charged in secret.
Draymond Green’s return to the Golden State side could not prevent the Warriors losing 107-86 to the Houston Rockets.
Virgin Media and EE have been fined a combined £13.3 million by regulator Ofcom for overcharging nearly 500,000 phone and broadband customers who wanted to leave their contracts early.
Prime Minister Theresa May has defiantly insisted she will “see through” her Brexit plan, despite a mounting Tory backlash and challenges to her authority.
England lost four wickets on the third morning against Sri Lanka, leaving them with a fragile 85-run lead in the second Test.
North Korean leader Kim Jong Un observed the successful test of an unspecified “newly developed ultramodern tactical weapon,” state media has reported, in an apparent bid to apply pressure on the United States and South Korea.
What the papers say Aaron Ramsey could be leaving the Premier League behind for a move to Bayern Munich, the Independent says. The German club are said to be confident of landing the Arsenal midfielder, who is set be available on a free transfer in the summer. At home, Liverpool and Chelsea have also been tipped to be part of the race for the 27-year-old.
The last surviving leaders of the Khmer Rouge that brutally ruled Cambodia in the 1970s have been convicted of genocide, crimes against humanity and war crimes by an international tribunal.
Little Mix have said they are ready to tackle the “double standards” for men and women in the music industry.
At least 63 people have died in a Northern California wildfire while 631 people are sill unaccounted for, authorities have said.