None-superstar’s superstar two clear of the Oak Hill field
The five-year-old son of Grammy-winning R&B singer Usher has been hospitalised after nearly drowning in an Atlanta swimming pool.
Cobbled alleyways of Pamplona replaced by tracks in California, Florida and Texas
Last year wasn’t a brilliant one for the British tourist industry. Yet the future may be considerably brighter as a result. Simon Calder reports
Fight game's supreme craftsman is back after a prison term to open his account in $200m deal
US team gave child stronger, faster dose of antiretroviral drugs straight after birth
Murder-suicide has shocked Atlanta’s Sikh community
In the history of the US civil rights movement it is remembered as "the stand in the schoolhouse door" – when James Hood was admitted to the University of Alabama in June 1963 after a charged confrontation pitting the Kennedy administration against the South's most redoubtable champion of segregation, George Wallace.
Now into his ninth decade, the turbo-charged chronicler of America can't slow down.
The man who pays his way
My Paralympics: I never thought the Games would achieve the interest it has
As a five-time Paralympian, Sascha Kindred has witnessed first hand how the event's profile has soared over recent editions, but for the 34-year-old the rewards are still solely to be found in the pool.
After six years of hard work, Britain's women volleyballers have won the nation's first Olympic event.
Five-time Olympic gold medallist Sir Steve Redgrave denied Team GB's 48-medal target will pile unnecessary pressure on athletes at London 2012.
A masseur who accused John Travolta of sexual assault has dropped his $2 million lawsuit against him.
The continuing battle between Brazil’s Robert Scheidt, reigning Olympic gold medallist Iain Percy, and Britain’s top sailors ramped up another notch in Hyères today as Scheidt, with crew Bruno Prada, snatched the world championship of the Star keelboat class from Percy and crew Andrew Simpson.