Andy Murray admits he and his entourage were pushed to the limit in his Australian Open semi-final win over Tomas Berdych.
South African apartheid-era death squad commander Eugene de Kock is granted parole after 20 years in jail for killing activists.
Well-wishers donate more than £20,000 to help a disabled pensioner who was mugged outside his Gateshead home.
BT sets aside £2bn to deal with its swelling pension deficit as part of a 16-year plan.
Four survivors of child sex abuse say they have received threats and online abuse after MPs inadvertently published their details online.
Men have seen the real value of their pay fall far more than women in the past few years, according to the Institute for Fiscal Studies.
Moving rugby from terrestrial television to pay-per-view will happen over a Welsh MP's "dead body", he tells BBC.
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Liverpool want to sign striker Danny Ings in a deal that would see him loaned back to Burnley for the rest of the season.
Wintry weather is continuing to cause travel disruption across England.
The former Yugoslavia war crimes tribunal is set to rule on the appeals of five men over their convictions over the 1995 Srebrenica massacre.
Russia contests claims its planes caused "disruption to civil aviation" in the UK, saying the patrols were "routine" and met "international legal norms".
NFL referee chief Dean Blandino says the 108 balls used in Sunday's Super Bowl XLIX will be given "added security" after 'deflate-gate'.
Japanese carmaker Honda cuts its profit forecast and sees third quarter earnings drop sharply following a vehicle recall linked to airbags.
Robbie Savage on how Jose Mourinho’s Chelsea side have weaknesses, but will still be too strong for Manchester City on Saturday.
Tiger Woods opens with a two-over-par 73 at the Phoenix Open on Thursday in his first tournament of the season.
Children in and leaving care are affected by problems recruiting and retaining experienced social workers in Wales, a report says.
David Oyelowo says he's disappointed by the snub given by Bafta to his latest film, the civil rights drama Selma.
Two balloonists trying to break two world records for crossing the Pacific have been forced to change course off the coast of California and head for Mexico rather than Canada.
Proposals to shorten medical training for doctors in the UK could seriously compromise patient care and safety, leading doctors warn.