Juan Mata is “very happy” at Manchester United and open to extending his stay at Old Trafford.
One person has died and six have been injured after shots were fired near a Christmas market in the French city of Strasbourg.
Andrej Kramaric believes Hoffenheim can pull off a “miracle” Champions League win at Manchester City.
The backstop must be removed from the Withdrawal Agreement, Arlene Foster has insisted.
Jose Mourinho claimed to be unaware of his agent’s statement about his Manchester United future in a surprise twist to an already peculiar plot.
Floyd Estel Parton, the “sweet baby brother” of country singer Dolly Parton, has died.
Strictly Come Dancing’s Ashley Roberts has said she mentally prepared herself to be in the dance-off again before last weekend’s show.
Santiago Solari has described Real Madrid as having a “fantastic, humble squad” following remarks from Cristiano Ronaldo about his former employers.
Lord Ouseley challenged football’s leaders to “show they are capable of bringing about lasting change” after announcing his intention to step down as chairperson of anti-discrimination charity Kick It Out at the end of the season.
An improvised weapon that was “designed to kill police officers” has been made safe following a security alert in west Belfast.
One Cinderella got her happy ever after moment when an actress found herself being proposed to during a pantomime performance.
Premiership Rugby chairman Ian Ritchie says a prospective nine-figure deal with a private equity firm which will change the face of the domestic game “remains on track”.
United States international goalkeeper Zack Steffen will join Manchester City from Columbus Crew next summer on a four-year deal, the clubs have announced.
Police have named a teenager killed in south-east London over the weekend as Aron Warren.
Bill Cosby’s lawyers have filed a list of 11 alleged trial errors as they try to undo his sexual assault conviction and three- to 10-year prison term.
Tails were wagging as a special canine choir took over one of Dublin’s most historic churches on Tuesday.
Any return of a border between Northern Ireland and the Republic after Brexit risks reviving memories of the worst days of the Troubles, Sir John Major has warned.
Father Christmas has been spotted wandering the corridors of power in Parliament.
An “extremely popular” 14-year-old footballer has died after colliding with another player in a “freak accident” during a youth match.
Theresa May has brushed aside speculation of an impending vote of no confidence in her as Prime Minister, insisting she is focused on securing reassurances from EU leaders about her Brexit deal.
The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge have met young patients at a children’s hospital and clients of a homeless charity during a day of charity visits in central London.
The detective leading the investigation into the murder of a father outside a school in Belfast said the lone gunman appears a “cold, callous and calm individual”, who he believes has struck before.
A jury has recommended life plus 419 years for a man convicted of killing a woman and injuring dozens when he drove his car into counter-protesters at a white nationalist rally in Virginia.
A cat had a lucky escape after getting stuck behind a wall in a bathroom.
Donald Trump has argued heatedly in public with Democratic leaders and threatened repeatedly to shut down the government if Congress does not provide the money he says is needed to build a wall at the Mexican border.
A jury has recommended life in prison plus 419 years for a man convicted of murder for driving his car into counter-protesters at a white nationalist rally last year.
London’s blue-chip index was in the green on Tuesday, with investors buoyed on indications that the US and China are making progress with trade talks.
Donald Trump has escalated his government shutdown threat over funding for his proposed Mexico border wall at a heated White House meeting with Democratic leaders Nancy Pelosi and Chuck Schumer.
Police misconduct proceedings against a chief constable which cost almost £350,000 of public money “could – and should – have been avoided”, a panel has ruled.
Firebrand Labour MP Dennis Skinner has defended labelling an SNP MP a “piece of shit” in the Commons.
Carwyn Jones spoke of his “sadness” and “pride” in his final statement as First Minister of Wales on Tuesday.
Police are investigating an attack on a pony that left it with an 18-inch cut across its body.