Manchester United captain Wayne Rooney says he said sorry to his team-mates after being sent off against West Ham.
Indian PM Narendra Modi gets a rapturous welcome from thousands of Indian-Americans at New York's Madison Square Garden, on his visit to the US.
World number one Rory McIlroy praises captain Paul McGinley after Europe claim Ryder Cup victory at Gleneagles.
The 55% tax rate on some inherited pensions is to be cut, George Osborne will tell the Conservative party conference.
France's far-right National Front party wins its first ever Senate seats, with right-wing parties looking set to take control of the upper house.
US singer Meghan Trainor becomes the first act to enter the UK top 40 based purely on streams of her music with her hit All About The Bass.
Keegan Bradley's concession to Jamie Donaldson lacked excitement but there was still romance in Europe's Ryder Cup win over the USA.
Family of murdered school teacher Ann Maguire speak for first time about her death ahead of a memorial service for her on Monday.
The Welsh poet and author Dannie Abse has died aged 91, his literary agent confirms.
A vigil for a man held hostage in Syria is held in his hometown of Eccles, Salford.
Secretary of State Theresa Villiers is to convene inter-party talks to try and solve outstanding political issues, including flags, parades and the past.
Europe defeat the United States 16½-11½ at Gleneagles to win the Ryder Cup for the third time in succession.
Highlights of day three at Gleneagles as Europe win the Ryder Cup, with Welshman Jamie Donaldson claiming the decisive point.
Air France pilots call off a strike that has lasted for two weeks and cost the airline hundreds of millions of euros.
The RAF is drafted in to help with the search for missing Alice Gross, as runners taking part in the Ealing Half Marathon wear yellow ribbons in support.
Hollywood actor George Clooney has shown off his wife, Amal Alamuddin, the day after the couple married in Venice.
David Davis says the Clacton by-election for a previous Tory seat "looks like it is going to be walkover" for UKIP.
The bodies of 31 hikers have been found near the peak of Japan's Mount Ontake as rescuers continue search for those missing since Saturday's sudden volcanic eruption.
The Tories would cap benefits further to fund three million apprenticeships if they win the general election, says David Cameron.
Strictly Come Dancing beat ITV's X Factor in their Friday and Saturday night ratings battle, with the BBC One show pulling in thousands more viewers on both nights.