President Barack Obama headed for the key battleground of Wisconsin on Saturday, as he took the fight for the White House to the home state of the Republican vice presidential candidate, Paul Ryan.
President Barack Obama attacked the Republican party on Saturday, for scrapping a bill that would have established a $1bn scheme to help military veterans get jobs.
Those behind the complicated setup of the FedEx Cup play-offs should now be assured of the thrilling climax the competition was set up to achieve.
The first Ryder Cup since the death of Seve Ballesteros could have no more fitting European captain.
Laura Robson has set her sights on breaking into the top 50 by the end of the year after narrowly missing out on winning a first WTA Tour title.
Along with many other members of his party, Jon Rogers watched the footage of his leader's apology over the Lib Dem U-turn on tuition fees last week in a mood of apprehension, fascination and mild irritation.
Nick Clegg faced a double blow on Saturday night as one of his closest advisers admitted that the coalition's spending cuts had been too deep and a new poll showed the Liberal Democrats were now the fourth party in British politics behind Ukip.
One bad result was all it took. A defeat at West Brom and the press release from Ladbrokes was short and to the point. "Brendan Rodgers is already under threat," it announced. "It's early days but Rodgers is already walking a tightrope."
It is the little things that make a profound difference.
Nigel Adkins received a standing ovation in injury time during Southampton's first victory of the season, a fitting way to end a week in which his position as manager had come into question, despite guiding the club from League One to the Premier League in just two years.