Hats off to David Warner. How many other cricketers could inspire an Old Trafford crowd to feel protective towards a Yorkshireman?
Prior tells of the crucial moment when Hot Spot came up trumps for England
With only four of the ICC’s elite umpire panel eligible for the Ashes, reputations are at risk
Australia captain and Steve Smith perish in two balls as bowlers grind on towards a First Test victory - but first-innings hero Agar is still there...
Share your pictures and stories of what you're doing in the snow
Some people say they like winter because you get to stay inside and watch box sets. I'm sorry to report, those people are wrong
MTV has cancelled the show which was branded 'intolerably bland' by one critic
For 42 months the brave Mancunian wondered if he had been right to quit. Defeat has confirmed it
A police officer accused of fatally injuring an unemployed man during protests in central London claimed that the victim was “almost inviting physical confrontation” before he was struck with a baton and shoved to the ground, a court heard today.
Lebanese movie star Nadine Labaki follows her hit comedy Caramel with a tale of war and peace. By Kaleem Aftab
Nadine Labaki is a Lebanese film-maker set for global success
Out of America: Today is the 40th anniversary of Watergate. How would the US deal with the scandal now?
Two years ago, Kevin Rudd was ousted as Australian Prime Minister by former ally Julia Gillard. Is he about to get his revenge? Kathy Marks reports on a poisonous feud
Drums - Picasso
I've always wondered what he could do with a pair of sticks.
Alone, five miles up, in an unarmed, pale pastel-painted Spitfire, 22-year-old Flying Officer Freddie Ball proved himself a master of one of the RAF's most dangerous wartime duties, photo-reconnaissance over enemy-held territory in daylight. Taking pictures over Germany during the Second World War, Ball had only elapsed time, dead reckoning and a compass to get him home with the precious photographs after a six-hour sortie in an unpressurised, unheated cabin keeping to about 30,000 feet to avoid making a give-away condensation trail.
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