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It's perhaps not surprising that a racing driver is still happy with his $50m contract - but when it's Daniel Ricciardo, it's not about the money.
A clash between Aston Villa's Anwar El Ghazi and Tyrone Mings was "put to bed at half-time", says captain Jack Grealish after their draw with West Ham.
Children in care sent to live outside their home area are being exploited by criminals, a report says.
There are fears of escalating tensions in the region as Iran is blamed for strikes on oil facilities.
Aston Villa move out of the relegation zone by drawing with a West Ham side who finish with 10 men after Arthur Masuaku's red card.
The election campaign is expected to be a tough battle for the prime minister seeking a second term.
Missouri resident, Texanne McBride-Teahan is being taken to court by her city for keeping monkeys.
Watch highlights as Arsenal rely on a late strike from Danielle van de Donk to win at Manchester United in the Women's Super League.
Champions Arsenal need a late goal from substitute Danielle van de Donk to beat Manchester United and maintain their 100% start to the WSL season.
Bowlers James Anderson and Stuart Broad should not play together for England in the future, says former captain Michael Vaughan.
The new leader promises to revoke Article 50 on the first day of a Liberal Democrat government.
England winger Jonny May says his side "will peak" and are ready to "do something very special" at the World Cup, which begins on Friday.
Will an English side win the Champions League again? What shape are their La Liga rivals in? Who might be this season's surprise package?
Suppliers now have until 2024 to fit them into homes, but it may mean higher costs for the industry.
More than 640 million barrels of oil are currently sitting in caves under Texas and Louisiana. Why?
Records fall at Headingley as Darren Stevens scores 237 against Yorkshire in what could be his penultimate match for Kent.
Mark Cavendish says he is still interested in racing at the Tokyo 2020 Olympics as he prepares to return to the track at Six Day London in October.
The service says it has been questioned over the fatal June 2017 blaze under health and safety laws.
The EU is "fed up" with endless delays and wants to resolve Brexit by 31 October, the prime minister says.
Gladys Liu faces loyalty questions - but some say she is the victim of "xenophobic paranoia".