England boss Gareth Southgate would have been proud of his players' performance even if they had drawn their World Cup opener against Tunisia.
The US is not in Russia for the 2018 World Cup after it failed to qualify.
The Australian Government's chief scientific research body is being taken to court as part of a campaign for data on smoke alarms.
Comey documented his interactions with President-elect and then President Trump in a series of documents.
A beautiful mansion — built by Sir Alexander Downer — became home to a cult decades later. Details of the group known as the "Ideal Human Environment" movement have been revealed during a District Court trial.
Bosses wanting to sit in on the medical appointments of injured workers are given notice by the regulator that they're not welcome, after a Perth supermarket worker shared her story and attracted widespread social media support.
Victorian Liberal Party president Michael Kroger launches a tirade against his party for its failure to get women into parliament, saying the lack of female representation is embarrassing.
Lou Lamoriello is now in charge of the Islanders, and he's got quite the list of important issues to address this summer.
BUCHAREST (Reuters) - Romania's lower house of parliament on Monday night approved amendments to the country's criminal procedure, which critics and the centrist opposition say would weaken prosecutors' powers to probe high level corruption.
MADRID (Reuters) - Spain's new Prime Minister Pedro Sanchez on Monday said he was unlikely to call a snap election and that he wanted to hold the next countrywide vote in 2020 when the current term is scheduled to end.
NEW YORK (Reuters) - A Wendy's restaurant in Oklahoma is under fire after an employee video showing a mouse inside a bag of hamburger buns was widely shared online.
The Three Lions were made to sweat but got the three points with a header in the first minute of additional time