BBC sports editor Dan Roan looks ahead to the meeting over Premier League TV rights - and what could change for the clubs.
Stephen Paddock, who shot dead 59 concert-goers, set up cameras in and around his suite, police say.
Could niche perfumes made by artisan houses be the saviour for the struggling fragrance industry?
The president says the gun control debate is "not for now" - here's what he's said about guns before.
A fashion statement in the West and with affluent Indians, tattoos have a darker shade too.
Thousands of shops will dim lights and cut noise to create a calm experience for people with autism.
Pheasants are the bird species most likely to be run over on UK roads, according to new research.
The government will match the first £3m donated by the public for Rohingya Muslims fleeing violence.
The press takes a look ahead to Theresa May's Tory conference speech - and back to Boris Johnson's.
Global health officials are committing to preventing 90% of cholera deaths in the next 13 years.
England Under-21 players have played less top-flight football this season than their Spanish, German and Italian counterparts, BBC Sport calculates.
The heavily criticised benefit is being extended to more job centres.
Charts explaining some of the key statistics behind gun ownership and attacks linked to guns in the US.
The BBC's Tom Burridge on how the crisis in Spain is likely to unfold.
Castleford half-back Luke Gale pips team-mate Zak Hardaker and Hull FC's Albert Kelly to the 2017 Steve Prescott Man of Steel award.
The internet giant says three billion user accounts were affected, more than originally thought.
Boris Johnson says Sirte could be the new Dubai - "all they have to do is clear the dead bodies away".
Ben Stokes will be withdrawn from England's squad for the Ashes if he remains under police investigation when the tour begins.
The PM will tell the Tories to "do our duty by Britain", after insisting she still has the authority to lead.
In a TV address, the king says independence referendum organisers put themselves "outside the law".