BBC BREAKFAST’S Matt Taylor has taken to social media after technical issues sparked an “unusual silence”.
Chicago Mayor Lori Lightfoot will introduce a measure Thursday to ban alcohol sales after midnight in an effort to address the serious “nuisance issues” near liquor stores after reaching a compromise with other elected leaders that saw her back off an earlier
ANTHONY JOSHUA – the two-time heavyweight boxing champion – is “100 per cent” convinced he will fight against Tyson Fury this year. Appearing on ITV’s The Jonathan Ross Show, which is airing tonight, he said: “I’ve signed my side of the deal.”
Manchester United boss Ole Gunnar Solskjaer says he is unsure who he can trust when it comes to dealing with transfers – and those issues could dash any hope he has of signing Erling Haaland this summer. Mino Raiola has been going
The Los Angeles Police Department’s handling of the 2020 summer protests following George Floyd’s death highlighted the agency’s failure to adequately train officers, antiquated tactics and a “chaos of command system,” among other missteps, according to a recent independent report. “An Independent Examination
REGGIE WARREN, singer in the R&B band Troop, has died aged 52 after spending time in hospital earlier this year. A Grammy Award was dedicated to him by HitBoy ahead of the 2021 ceremony on Sunday night.
Boris Johnson was quizzed about the replacement to the Erasmus scheme and its replacement, the Turing scheme, and was told that Scottish students were coming to the SNP and showing their support for independence. But the Prime Minister deflected the jibe and