Lewis Hamilton brightened the day of a terminally ill five-year-old by sending the trophy from his recent victory in the Spanish Grand Prix – as well as a fully functioning Formula 1 car – around to the young boy's house.
The Trump administration remains seemingly undecided on what its goals on Iran really are.Hostility between the United States and Iran has evolved ever since Washington withdrew from the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action (JCPOA) — the nuclear deal agreed between the Iranians and the P5+1 group — in 2018. Most recently, it resulted in the cancellation of significant reduction exception (SRE) waivers for key trading partners vis-à-vis the purchase of Iranian crude.
Despite the incredible work that it does, the high demand for NHS services means the system is under constant pressure.
Naming and shaming the Muslim Brotherhood, at considerable diplomatic and social cost and for little discernible benefit, is a policy idea that should never be allowed to see the light of day.
A new documentary about the life of Michael Schumacher is set to be released, featuring interviews with his wife and dad.
The crisis of language testing — in some ways symptomatic of all the other problems the UK is facing — has oddly come to center stage and revealed a new twist.
Is it a bird? Is it a plane? Nope, it's a bloke called Infinite Tucker and he's the human version of Superman.
Manchester United's Paul P ogba found himself caught up in an altercation with angry fans following his team's defeat against Cardiff City this afternoon.
Manchester City have won the Premier League title for the second year in a row, coming from behind to win 4-1 at Brighton.
A family of Tottenham Hotspur supporters managed to miss the biggest game of their team's existence by leaving at half-time during the dramatic comeback victory over Ajax – because they were pissed and thought it was full-time.