On Monday night, LeBron James posted his 41st career triple-double as the Cavaliers crushed the Nuggets 124-94. But the news roiling Cleveland was that earlier in the day the team’s biggest star had unfollowed the official Cavaliers’ account on Twitter. Did this signal that James is ready to leave the Cavs for the second time?
Four of the 17 members of the Federal Open Market Committee have publicly indicated their disagreement with the dovish guidance in last week's policy statement.
Jack Butland is taking inspiration from Golden State Warriors basketball star.
Novak Djokovic has taken to his Facebook page to apologise for his comments over pay in tennis.
The sugar tax was a start – but on its own won’t beat the obesity timebomb. Tough action must be taken to show fat, salt and sugar are killers, like cigarettes
Liverpool defender wisely dodges question on Karim Benzema.
Southampton are reportedly hoping to re-sign Arsenal's Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain.
Ukip has been criticised by David Cameron and others for claiming the Brussels terror attacks show the dangers of lax immigration controls and a need to leave the EU.
Nicola Sturgeon has backed away from making significant changes to Scotland’s income tax system, instead unveiling a modest cutin taxes for the better-off.
George Osborne has told MPs he was sorry that Iain Duncan Smith had resigned from government but refused to apologise for attempting to save £4.4bn through changes to disability benefit.
After over a decade at Wolverhampton Wanderers, Dave Wagstaffe makes our top-10 list after a successful time at Molineux.
English clubs cheered on Bayern Munich's victory over Juventus as an extra Champions League spot looks assured for another season.
Some pundits have cited a boost for Tottenham through Leicester's lack of title-winning experience - but that's very wrong...