England manager Gareth Southgate is considering new approaches to penalty shootouts at the World Cup, including whether players practise them at all.
The University of Warwick is investigating after screen shots of the group conversation emerged.
The BBC's Watchdog discovers a fault that that cause some vehicles to shut down while being driven.
Scott Hutchison, 36, has not been seen since leaving a hotel in South Queensferry in the early hours.
The public show of anger came after President Trump’s decision to withdraw from the nuclear deal.
The European Parliament's Brexit co-ordinator believes there could be up to 20.
Serena Williams withdraws from the Italian Open, five days after opting out of the WTA event in Madrid.
The display will open to the public on 19 May - the day of the royal wedding.
EDGEMONT, S.D. ? An 18-year-old Rapid City male has been identified as the person who died early Sunday morning in a one-vehicle crash east of Edgemont.
Sunrise Senior Living will pay more than £2m after the Competition and Markets Authority stepped in.
The two singers have been feuding since a reported row over backing dancers.
Tottenham will "die trying" to qualify for the Champions League, says manager Mauricio Pochettino.
Your morning briefing for Wednesday 9 May 2018.
BBC Sport looks back on the 2002 World Cup final, where Ronaldo banished his demons from the 1998 final and scored two goals as Brazil beat Germany.
Former Fifa president Sepp Blatter reiterates his view that World Cups should be staged in one country rather than co-hosted.
Western leaders stress their support for the agreement after the US announced it would withdraw.
With the US out, and Europe scrambling to keep Iran in, what's next for the nuclear pact?
Lloyd Bremseth prevented someone from stealing a macaw from his pet shop in Los Angeles.
Michael Cohen is reported to have received $500,000 from a firm with ties to a Russian oligarch.
A survey finds Scots use more of the drug per session - and in Glasgow can order it "quicker than pizza'".