Liverpool boss Jurgen Klopp says he has "never celebrated another team dropping points" after Manchester City defender Kyle Walker posted a tweet mocking the Reds 1-1 draw with Leicester.
The pictures show the moment a muddy sludge engulfed a mining company's facilities.
The big cat was caused panic in the Indian village of Lamba in Jalanhar, Punjab.
Kasim Khuram is told by a judge that his crimes at a funeral home "offend all human sensitivity".
The case, which involved the woman's daughter, is the first FGM conviction in the UK.
Friday evening rush hour commuters are warned that wintry conditions could disrupt their journeys.
Three-time Olympic medallist Lindsey Vonn retires from skiing because her "body is broken beyond repair" and "screaming to stop".
One woman said her trauma was "for nothing" as the university defended allowing banned men to return.
BBC Sport finds out what Wales coach Warren Gatland is really like as a father, a coach and a colleague ahead of his final Six Nations tournament in charge of Wales.
The actor played Hyacinth Bucket's henpecked husband Richard in the popular BBC One 90s sitcom.
As the US begins withdrawal from a Cold War-era arms treaty, can it - or should it - be saved?
The UK objects to language in legislation allowing visa-free travel for Britons after Brexit.
London 2012 Olympic high jump champion Ivan Ukhov is among 12 Russian track and field athletes banned for doping by the Court of Arbitration for Sport.
Jack Dee, Rory Bremner and many others pay tribute to a "kind and thoughtful friend".
A doctor's tweet for a "few interested colleagues" leads to a global conversation about dementia.
Dwayne Johnson and Jason Statham star in Hobbs & Shaw - the trailer for which debuted on Friday.
George Mason had sex with his ex-partner and an unknown third man on the Northern Line.
More than 230 years ago, the Founding Fathers of our country penned the Constitution that has since laid the framework of centuries of policies. Many things have changed since then, but our core American values have not.
Historic preservation projects in Deadwood, Lead, Sioux Falls and Watertown have received matching grants from the South Dakota State Historical Society.
Police treated Brian McKandie's death as an accident until a post-mortem found he had suffered at least 15 blows to the head.