Watch India spinner Ravichandran Ashwin bowl England's Alastair Cook with "an absolute peach" on day one of the first Test at Edgbaston.
Team Sky boss Sir Dave Brailsford believes Tour de France winner Geraint Thomas should stay with Team Sky.
The far-right activist admitted contempt of court after filming outside a trial in Leeds.
Chelsea will begin their Women's Super League title defence against rivals Manchester City.
The comedy group sketches were found in boxes deposited at the British Library last year.
A single Universal Credit payment per household allows abusers to control family finances, MPs say.
"Like my mum said to me so many times, 'When you know about someone, you just know'."
Police are hunting two men who stole some of Sweden's royal jewels in a daring daylight heist.
The sum comes on top of the £18.8bn that the bank has already allocated to settle the claims.
Johanna Konta inflicts the worst defeat of Serena Williams' career with a thumping first-round victory at the Silicon Valley Classic.
Eight-year-old Grace had to have brain surgery last week, which meant she could not go to Katy's concert.
A man is held on suspicion of killing Stephen Walsh who was assaulted at home following a car crash.
A bridge made to look like a golden thread held up by a god is drawing tourists in Vietnam.
Your morning briefing for Wednesday 1 August 2018.
Manchester United beat Real Madrid 2-1 in the International Champions Cup but Jose Mourinho is unsure when Anthony Martial will return to the squad.
Researchers are feeding farmed salmon a genetically modified plant to see if it boosts omega-3 levels.
The blueprints to make untraceable guns were expected to be available for download on Wednesday.
The Labour leader apologises for "appearing on platforms with people whose views I completely reject".
Fans will also be able to bid for a Stormtrooper helmet and a lightsaber at the auction next month.