Harlequins and England forward Kyle Sinckler is banned for seven weeks after being found guilty of gouging.
The president tells the island that Hurricane Maria has thrown the US budget "a little out of whack".
BBC Sport meets golf's new Tiger - not Woods, but Williams. Robin Tiger Williams, from Peterborough talks about his ambitions in the sport.
Army veteran Christopher Roybal lost his life during the mass shooting in Las Vegas on Sunday.
Kati Ringer, 21, claimed other people's babies were sick or dead in an attempt to get money.
Following the mass shooting in Las Vegas, US lawmakers are once again debating gun control. Here's how other countries have introduced gun restrictions.
A student recalls the moment she found out her family had been attacked by a knifeman.
Airman Corrie Mckeague disappeared while on a night out in September 2016.
British tennis player Dan Evans is banned for one year after testing positive for cocaine - he can return in April 2018.
"Intensifying" threats mean UK spending should rise beyond Nato's target, Sir Michael Fallon says.
Court artist drawing a grooming victim "wasn't a true representation of procedure", ITV admits.
Judges in Strasbourg say Russia violated free speech over the Kursk nuclear submarine disaster.
Debate gathers pace online about how to label the Mandalay Bay shooter.
Postal workers will push ahead with a further vote on whether to stage a walk-out over Christmas.
London Underground drivers were due to walkout for 24 hours from midnight on Thursday.
Meet the schoolboy who is playing and scoring for his boyhood club Genoa as Italy's top clubs form a queue to sign him.
The mixed-reality glasses could help the hard of hearing
As the Cher musical is confirmed for Broadway next year, we look at the best and worst of jukebox musicals.
Google and Facebook struggled to prevent libellous information from being circulated online.