The ATP Finals will move from London to Turin as the Italian city is named as host of the season-ending event from 2021 to 2025.
After suggestions Paint could be removed from Windows, Microsoft says it's staying - "for now".
Chelsea boss Maurizio Sarri is charged with misconduct by the FA after he was sent to the stands in Monday's 2-2 draw with Burnley.
Reviewers say Avengers: Endgame is an "irresistible" and "satisfying" follow-up to 2018's Infinity War.
Some 4,500 people in Regensburg had to leave their homes overnight after a 250kg bomb was unearthed.
Manchester United will be dangerous against Manchester City as they must respond their ‘pathetic’ display at the weekend, says MOTD pundit Alan Shearer.
Further details emerge of the attackers behind the Easter Sunday bombings that killed 359 people.
The government launches the search for a new governor of the Bank of England to take over from Mark Carney.
Luis Ortiz will not replace Jarrell Miller as world heavyweight champion Anthony Joshua's opponent on 1 June, the Cuban's promoter says.
Ms Widdecombe, who retired in 2010, said she would still vote Conservative in the local elections.
Damian Lillard scores a dramatic three-point buzzer-beater from 37 yards to give the Portland Trail Blazers a 118-115 win against the Oklahoma City Thunder and a 4-1 series win.
Your morning briefing for 24 April 2019.
Manchester United fans take on a game of 'would you rather' to see just how far they would go to stop Liverpool lifting the Premier League trophy
The government says IS may be behind the attacks but that threat reports had not been shared.
Under current party rules, MPs cannot mount a fresh challenge against Theresa May until December.
Twitter says CEO Jack Dorsey spoke with the president about "the health of public conversation".
The play Fighter is the latest in a growing number of entertainment productions about female boxing.
Steve had gender reassignment surgery after his wife, Jill, moved into a care home.
England footballer Les Ferdinand is using VR to try to help young men deal with the trauma of the Grenfell Tower fire.
Experts from the so-called Five Eyes intelligence agencies are to make a joint appearance for the first time.