Wayne Rooney's 90th-minute penalty earns Everton a point against Brighton in a largely unremarkable encounter at the Amex Stadium.
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Manchester United boss Jose Mourinho says he does not believe he will finish his career at Old Trafford.
Thieves have taken nearly every apple from a Sussex orchard - fruit that was destined for food banks.
Match of the Day2 Extra pundit Martin Keown says Arsenal players "capitulated" after Troy Deeney's penalty and blames the "DNA and recruitment" of players.
The carmaker says the 400 job losses at its Ellesmere Port factory are needed to stay competitive.
Supermarkets would also buy more global produce to counter any rise in EU prices, a minister says.
Crimes featuring mobile phones, speeding or racing will receive similar sentences to manslaughter.
A large drone went "right over the wing" of a passenger jet near Gatwick Airport, a report says.
Former world number one Maria Sharapova wins her first title since May 2015, beating Aryna Sabalenka 7-5 7-6 (10-8) in the Tianjin Open final.
Ophelia remains on track to hit the UK and Ireland as it weakens to a category two hurricane.
Wimbledon champion Roger Federer beats world number one Rafael Nadal 6-4 6-3 in the Shanghai Masters final to win his sixth title of the year.
Match of the Day pundit Danny Murphy believes that Manchester City striker Gabriel Jesus is the best young player he has seen since Lionel Messi.
Labour will work with others to stop the UK leaving the EU without a deal, the shadow chancellor says.
British actress Lysette Anthony says he attacked her at her London home in the late 1980s.
Former England manager Sam Allardyce rules himself out of the running to be Scotland's next manager.
More than 100 politicians sign a letter to the Football Association urging it to donate unsold tickets for England matches to schools.
George Groves says Chris Eubank Jr "doesn't stand a chance" of beating him when the British fighters meet next year.
Sebastian Kurz, 31, has reinvented the conservative party, making it tougher on immigration.
Hundreds are still missing and thousands have had to leave their homes, as death toll rises further.