Sir Alex Ferguson has stated that reclaiming the Premier League title is "priority number one" for Manchester United.
Andy Carroll was supposed to be relaxing at a plush Brazilian resort and yet, even as he soaks up the sun and attempts to let those flowing locks down, he must now feel frazzled again.
On today's back pages Andy Carroll is still being marched around the death star in a pair of binders roaring and raging and tossing his mane while imperial guards peer at their clipboards and say things like "Where are you taking that … thing?" Hraaaaaaunrrrggggggght!!! According to the Daily Mail, Carroll is "paving the way" for a return to Newcastle, where he once knew happiness.
Microsoft has apologised to the European Commission and may face a fine after failing to abide by a ruling to give users of its Windows software choice over their web browser.
It's good to talk, but it's even better to text. Whereas once we kept in touch with loved ones with a phone call, new research suggests we are now more likely to contact friends and family via a text message or email.
Mitt Romney's campaign suffered another setback on Tuesday when a senior member of his team, John Sununu, was forced to apologise for suggesting president Barack Obama is un-American.
European authorities have waded into a brutal political feud transfixing Romania, accusing the prime minister, Victor Ponta, of systematic abuse of the country's constitution and undermining the rule of law in his campaign to unseat the country's president.
Portugal will receive the latest tranche of its €78bn (£61.2bn) bailout, after the International Monetary Fund lauded Lisbon's efforts to tame its deficit and reform its economy.