US stocks end their worst month in three years
August was a brutal month for Wall Street investors.
August was a brutal month for Wall Street investors.
A man who admitted killing three people at two US Jewish sites gave jurors a Nazi salute after they convicted him of murder.
Rihanna said she is thrilled to have had a decade-long career in music as she launched her new fragrance RiRi in New York.
More than 2,500 migrants have been plucked from the sea in dozens of search and rescue operations off the Greek islands over the weekend.
European authorities are giving France an extra five million euros (£3.6m) to aid migrants who have clustered in a camp in Calais in the hope of sneaking across the English Channel to Britain.
Submerged countries, abandoned cities and floods of refugees await the world barring urgent action on climate change, President Barack Obama warned, painting a doomsday scenario as he began a visit to Alaska.
German Chancellor Angela Merkel has pressed fellow European nations to share the burden of the influx of migrants.
Thai police have issued arrest warrants for two more suspects over the bomb attack in Bangkok two weeks ago in which 20 people were killed, more than half of them foreigners.
A satellite image shows the main building of the ancient Temple of Bel in the Syrian city of Palmyra has been destroyed, a United Nations agency said.
One police officer has been killed and about 100 others injured in clashes outside Ukraine's parliament, Interior Minister Arsen Avakov said.
Hurricane Fly, one of the greatest hurdlers in the history of jumps racing, has been retired.
Chelsea's under-performing players need a "slap round the face" to jolt them out of their complacency, according to Gary Neville.
Manchester United look set to sign Monaco striker Anthony Martial after the 19-year-old was given permission to leave France's international camp to travel to the club.
THE club future of Stoke’s Jon Walters will be resolved in the next 24 hours after the Ireland international was given permission to report late for international duty and stay in England so he can be available to finalise a move ahead of the transfer deadline.
The fallout from yesterday's pulsating All-Ireland semi-final between Mayo and Dublin is continuing and certain flashhpoints have provoked debate, others will result in disciplinary hearings and some will have GAA chiefs perspiring at Croke Park over the coming days.
Sunderland hope to push through a permanent swoop for striker Fabio Borini after agreeing a deal totalling £10million with Liverpool.
Football fans in Germany have been getting to grips with the European refugee crisis in the best way possible this weekend - by welcoming asylum seekers at their grounds.
The Sunday Game panel were united in their agreement that Gaelic Football is becoming impossible to referee after a string of controversial incidents in yesterday's All-Ireland football semi-final between Dublin and Mayo.
Two-time major champion John Daly has been released from hospital after suffering from a reported collapsed lung.
Australian Jason Day has claimed his fourth title of the year, beating Henrik Stenson by six strokes at The Barclays.
Tickets going on sale for next Saturday's mouthwatering All-Ireland semi-final replay between Dublin and Mayo have been snapped up.
Interim UFC featherweight champion Conor McGregor has revealed his latest tattoo in Twitter.
It’s the deal that would win the transfer window. A move that would blow Manchester City’s £55m capture of Kevin de Bruyne out of the water; a signing of such sheer grandiosity that it would immediately restore the feel-good factor to Stamford Bridge, after a slow start...
Arsene Wenger wants a striker. Arsene Wenger needs a striker. And yet, despite the backing of the Arsenal board (Wenger was memorably backed by director Lord Harris, who claimed that money would be no object if the right “superstar striker” was identified) Arsene Wenger...
Speculation began to increase late last night that Manchester United are willing to make one final bid of £72.5m for Gareth Bale.
It looks as though Real Madrid have finally snapped.
Roberto Martinez acclaimed John Stones as a future England captain after watching him help Everton secure a point from their Barclays Premier League clash with Tottenham.
West Ham manager Slaven Bilic hailed a long-awaited victory at Anfield as one for the club's history books.
West Brom have completed the signing of Manchester United defender Jonny Evans.
Tim Howard denied Tottenham their first Barclays Premier League win of the season with a string of superb saves that enabled Everton to leave White Hart Lane with a goalless draw.
Ireland claimed their first international medal at the Unibet EuroHockey Championships in London with a 4-2 victory over England.
Chelsea manager Jose Mourinho paid tribute to Crystal Palace, but lamented his own side's failings and the lack of a penalty award after a second loss in 100 Premier League home games.
Manchester City manager Manuel Pellegrini has continued to rebuff questions about Kevin de Bruyne.
Stoke boss Mark Hughes questioned the decision-making of referee Michael Oliver and his officials after the Potters were reduced to nine men in their 1-0 home loss to West Brom.
A moment of frustration left Tim Sherwood with a hamstring injury - but the Aston Villa boss was delighted with his team's performance despite having to settle for a draw against Sunderland.
Newcastle head coach Steve McClaren leapt to the defence of striker Aleksandar Mitrovic after he was sent off just five games into his career on Tyneside.
Eddie Howe believes his Bournemouth side were physiologically affected by Tyrone Mings' harrowing injury in their 1-1 Barclays Premier League draw against Leicester.
Esteban Chaves retained the race leader's red jersey on an eighth stage of the Vuelta a Espana which saw Dan Martin's chances ended in a crash.
Ireland captain Paul O'Connell struggled to mask his disappointment after he said farewell to Test rugby in Dublin on a losing note.
Aberdeen have signed Northern Ireland right-back Ryan McLaughlin on loan from Liverpool.
Tim Sherwood said this week it was too early in the season for must-win games but he will be disappointed his Aston Villa side were held to a 2-2 draw at home by Sunderland.
Jamie Vardy scored from the penalty spot with just four minutes remaining to maintain Leicester's unbeaten start to the season at Bournemouth.
Stoke sunk to a 1-0 defeat to West Brom after having two men sent off in the space of six first-half minutes on ex-Potters boss Tony Pulis' maiden return to the Britannia Stadium.
Raheem Sterling struck his first Manchester City goal as Manuel Pellegrini's men maintained their flying Barclays Premier League start with a 2-0 win over Watford.
West Ham ended one of the longest winless runs in top-flight history with their first victory at Anfield in almost 52 years as Liverpool's defensive problems returned to haunt them in spectacularly bad style.
Jose Mourinho's 100th Premier League home match as Chelsea boss saw a second loss as Crystal Palace claimed their first win at Stamford Bridge in 33 years.
Leigh Halfpenny kicked Wales to victory over Ireland at the Aviva Stadium in a high-octane World Cup preparation game that took its toll on both sets of players.
Celtic have announced the signing of Tyler Blackett on a season long loan from Manchester United.
Tens of thousands of anti-water charge protesters have taken to the streets of Dublin in the fifth major demonstration against the new utility.
Manager Louis van Gaal expects Manchester United's superb defensive record to come under threat at Swansea on Sunday.
Fabricio Coloccini's own goal handed Arsenal a hard-fought victory at Newcastle after controversial striker Aleksandar Mitrovic was sent off just 16 minutes into the game.
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