British boybands One Direction and The Wanted have taken the US – and the pages of The New Yorker – by storm. Tim Walker charts their stateside success
Anybody still think a substandard one-day series with Australia in June was a good idea?
Former world heavyweight champion Michael Dokes, 54, has died after losing his battle with liver cancer.
Tapia was crazy, but he could still fight when he made his York Hall debut
Every dog has its day and at the 136th Westminster Kennel Club Annual Dog Show, that day is full of pomp, preening and a lot of posing.
Lady Gaga has tearfully confessed on film that she thinks "people are trying to destroy her".
My earliest food memory... It goes back to Devon, where we used to go during the holidays, and mum making plum ice-cream and brown-bread ice-cream. We also used to scramble around the rocks and pick mussels and boil them up in the evening. As a child, my mum [the cookery writer Josceline Dimbleby] didn't teach me how to cook – she would always shoo us out of the kitchen because she was trying to write detailed notes – but she really taught me how to eat, which is much more important.
The photographer tells James Lawton the story behind one of the most iconic images of Muhammad Ali
Amir Khan insists he is ready to fight again as early as July and hopes to find out in the next 10 days if he will be doing so.
From his fight to protect jobs at his club to his struggle for the England No 1 shirt, David James speaks his mind about a tough year – and today's duel with Drogba
Amir Khan has been warned by trainer Freddie Roach to expect a trickier WBA light-welterweight title challenge from Paulie Malignaggi tomorrow night than Dmitriy Salita gave him last December.
Beauty pageants may be relics of a bygone era, but the canine counterpart is more popular than ever, as evidenced by the sellout crowds who packed Madison Square Garden for the first day of the Westminster Kennel Club's annual dog show.
The packaging suggests some long-lost artefact from the hippie era, which, in a way, is exactly what Live From Madison Square Garden represents, with its emphasis on the primacy of instrumental virtuosity and the "super-session" formula.
Michael Jennings has filled halls in Wigan, Widnes and Warrington during his 10-year career and will tonight walk from the safety of his dressing room to fight for a real world title in front of 18,800 people at Madison Square Garden in New York.
Madison Square Garden New York, US
4 Pennsylvania Plaza, New York; www.thegarden.com; 001 212 465 6741
Madison Square Garden's claims to being the world's most famous arena is no idle boast. This is the venue that hosted John Lennon's last ever public performance (right), back in 1974. The ex-Beatle had struck an agreement with Elton John that if their duet, "Whatever Gets You Thru The Night" made it to No 1, then he would appear onstage with Elton. So, on Thanksgiving Day the pair appeared together at the Garden to play three songs. The venue initially opened in 1879 on Madison Avenue (hence the name) for bicycle racing. It's been through three incarnations since then, with the most recent one built on top of Penn Station in 1968.
Unbeaten Welshman should heed the shocking decline in Jones and retire, writes James Lawton in New York