• Today in History

    Today in History

  • Line judges? No need. ATP to test all-electronic line calls

    LONDON (AP) — There won’t be anyone for players to argue calls with at this tennis tournament: They’re getting rid of the line judges entirely.

  • UK police quiz 2 ex-foster children over London subway bomb

    LONDON (AP) — The two suspects detained over last week’s London subway bombing are an 18-year-old refugee from Iraq and a 21-year old from Syria, both of whom were fostered by a British couple, according to a local official and media reports.

  • Miserable return for Rooney as Man United routs Everton 4-0

    MANCHESTER, England (AP) — Manchester United thrashed Everton 4-0 after scoring three goals in the final 10 minutes on a miserable return to Old Trafford for Wayne Rooney in the Premier League on Sunday.

  • Chelsea held by Arsenal in Premier League in rare 0-0 draw

    LONDON (AP) — Chelsea was held to a 0-0 draw for the first time in almost 20 months on Sunday when Arsenal produced the type of disciplined display lacking during recent setbacks to frustrate the Premier League champions.

  • UK police arrest 2nd man in London subway attack case

    LONDON (AP) — London police say a second man has been arrested in connection with the London subway attack.

  • Saunders retains WBO middleweight title in points decision

    LONDON (AP) — Billy Joe Saunders remained on course to challenge either Gennady Golovkin or Canelo Alvarez after Saunders defended his WBO middleweight title with a unanimous points decision over American Willie Monroe Jr. on Saturday.

  • Rampant Manchester City looking more like a Guardiola team

    LONDON (AP) — Although it’s taken a year longer than many expected, Manchester City is finally beginning to resemble a Pep Guardiola-coached team.

  • Capri sees off Crystal Ocean to give O’Brien 5th St Leger

    DONCASTER, England (AP) — Ryan Moore rode Capri to victory in the St Leger at Doncaster for trainer Aidan O’Brien to win the final British classic of the flat-racing season for a fifth time on Saturday.

  • London subway blast: UK soldiers deployed, attacker sought

    LONDON (AP) — British police made an apparent breakthrough Saturday in the race-against-time subway bombing investigation with what they called a “very significant” arrest, but the country remained on a “critical” alert, meaning that another attack is judged imminent.