The team believes Syndergaard contracted the disease working at a youth camp this week, according to the New York Post.
Swedish prosecutor arrives at Ecuador's embassy in London to question Julian Assange. Rough Cut (no reporter narration).
Brazil's far-right presidential hopeful, Jair Bolsonaro, officially kicked off his campaign on Sunday, excoriating the political center but softening his incendiary stance on gays and blacks three months before wide-open October elections.
Jordan Spieth pronounced himself "back in business" on Sunday despite falling short in his quest to join an elite list of players to win consecutive British Opens.
Team Sky's rough ride on the Tour de France continued when their Italian rider Gianni Moscon was thrown out of the race for hitting another rider during the 15th stage on Sunday.
Mondelez Global LLC issued a voluntary recall on Saturday for some of its Ritz Cracker products over concerns that they could include an ingredient tainted with salmonella bacteria.
Jack was hilarious as he stared in shock at a naughty Wes and Megan
The Latin dance champion, who grew up on a housing estate in Merseyside, is amazed to trace her bloodline back to a Muslim, four-times great-grandma in 19th-century Madagascar
The England World Cup hero's potential arrival could mean Marcos Rojo's days at Old Trafford are numbered
Twelve years after his last Open success it was just like the old days for the 14-time major winner
The £180million dividend payout comes as seven million United Utilities customers across the North West of England face restrictions on the water they use in their homes from August 5
France lifted the World Cup by beating Croatia, but the centre back was not involved despite Premier League and EFL double