A British-based former teacher embroiled in an international tug-of-love fight with her Russian ex-husband over custody of their two sons has won a “landmark” court ruling in Moscow, lawyers said today.
There's was much foreboding in the Washington air over the prospect of a federal government shutdown. But what happens now that the government has been forced to rein in all its non-essential spending?
Tamu Massif is as big as the British isles and was formed roughly 145 million years ago
The songs that are hot on our playlist this week
The world number two is continuing to struggle
Two weeks after Democrat State Senator Wendy Davis's filibuster, her opponents have regrouped
Miller Barber, who died on 11 June at the age of 82, was a golfer with a unique swing who made the most combined starts on the PGA and Champions tours. Nicknamed “Mr X,” he played in 1,297 tournaments on the PGA Tour and the 50-and-over circuit. He won 11 times in 694 PGA Tour starts and added 24 victories in 603 events on the Champions Tour.
Expect the worst delays in the 'Sunshine State' of Florida
Stellar list of in-form players will vie for a slice of Masters glory at Augusta next week
Second-round 70 leaves former World No 1 on cusp of elimination in Masters warm-up event
His aim was to convey precise information rather than seeking to make our pulses race
Brothers believed to have been pushing a broken down vehicle at the time of the incident
No time to dawdle over the roast beef lunch. The dog will have to walk itself. And you may need to draw the curtains. This is going to be tasty. Settle back in your sofa for Rory McIlroy versus Lee Westwood. And this time, it's personal.
It is a little bit of history that has been a decade in the making. Tonight at the Reliant Stadium, the Houston Texans will entertain the Cincinnati Bengals and finally experience a belated first taste of post-season in the opening fixture of the NFL play-offs.
English-American author and journalist Christopher Hitchens has died after losing his battle with cancer.
There have been wonderful, anthemic records about the beneficial powers of popular music – Chuck Berry's "Rock And Roll Music" (1957), Cliff Richard's "Move It!" (1958), Danny and the Juniors' "Rock And Roll Is Here To Stay" (1958), the Showmen's "It Will Stand" (1961), John Miles' "Music" (1976), the Who's "Long Live Rock" (1974) – but there are not many of them. However, Dobie Gray is associated with two such celebrations – "The In Crowd" (1965) and "Drift Away" (1973):