The former Leeds United midfielder's left-back performances so far this season haven't been up to the same standard as those which saw him tipped for a US national team recall.
We look ahead to Rangers’ Scottish Championship matches against Hearts, Queen of the South, Raith Rovers, Livingston, Dumbarton and Falkirk.
Nigel Farage has stated that if he does not win in South Thanet then he will stand down as leader. But who will replace him?
Brentford host rivals Fulham at the weekend with a Championship play-off place in their sights.
Twitter is reorganising its European management team following the return of its advertising boss Ali Jafari to the company’s headquarters in San Francisco in June 2015.
Three hours before boarding their plane for the Caribbean on Thursday morning, the England Test captain, Alastair Cook, and his head coach, Peter Moores, sang in perfect harmony.
Floyd Mayweather’s meeting with Manny Pacquiao next month is set to become the most expensive pay-per-view broadcast in history, with customers in America expected to have to pay $89.95 (£60.50) to watch the fight.
Nigel Farage and his Home Counties golf club saloon bar tendency won’t win a single Commons seat in the capital next month.
We take a close look at Celtic’s Scottish Premiership matches against St Mirren, Partick Thistle, Inverness Caledonian Thistle, Kilmarnock and Dundee.
David Cameron accused Nick Clegg of adopting a “pick and mix” approach to the coalition after the deputy prime minister claimed that the Liberal Democrats had restrained the Tories from imposing cuts to the schools budget.
Alex Salmond has piled pressure on Ed Miliband by pledging to force the hand of a minority Labour government by pushing for deals on a “vote-by-vote” basis in which the Scottish National party (SNP) would seek to water down Labour’s fiscal plans in its first budget.
There’s an ongoing argument in the technology world about whether tablets and smartphones are more focused on consumption than creativity.
Downing Street believed the Tories had their dream candidate when Afzal Amin won the nomination to fight Dudley North in a corner of the West Midlands that symbolises the party’s troubled history on race relations.