US officials are investigating multiple attacks that caused widespread online disruption on both sides of the Atlantic on Friday.
For Gareth Batty the wait for another Test wicket (his 12th) lasted 11 years.
Few American corporations are more equipped to investigate an employee than the NFL. The league and their teams spend heavily to scour the past of every prospect coming out of college, hire private eyes to stalk players in nightclubs, and collect mountains of data on everything from sleep cycles to injury risk. If money is involved, they are relentless in what they seek.
Theresa May has angered European leaders by telling her first EU summit that she expects Britain to be at the centre of European decision-making until Brexit takes place.
Conservative backbenchers, including the former work and pensions secretary Iain Duncan Smith, are preparing to campaign against £3bn of planned cuts to in-work benefits, in a fresh sign of the pressure Theresa May faces from within her own party.
It took Bob Dylan the best part of a week to acknowledge that he had been awarded the Nobel prize in literature, and even then only in the most dismissive way: an update to a page on his website plugging a new collection of his lyrics.
Craig David’s return has been one of the more unlikely pop comebacks of 2016. It’s been 16 years since he emerged as the shy but chart-strafing face of the hip-hop and house-influenced UK garage scene, hitting No 1 with his 7.5m-selling debut album, Born to Do It, when he was just 19.
What is your favourite thing about the Premier League, Pep? Is it the intensity or is it the passion? The intense passion or the passionate intensity? Maybe it’s the intense intensity.
Murphy has so far made just one appearance for Newcastle United in all competitions.
On the back of a run of seven consecutive wins, Arsène Wenger is urging his players to keep their wits about them within the pack at the top of the Premier League. He warns them against the perils of complacency.