Celtic's chastening Champions League night: Two red cards and costly free-kick as Feyenoord prevail in Rotterdam

  (The Scotsman) : Celtic had Gustaf Lagerbielke and Odin Thiago Holm sent off within five minutes of each other as they opened their Champions League campaign with a 2-0 defeat by Feyenoord in Rotterdam. ..

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Europe sweeps foursomes to start Ryder Cup

Europe made its best ever start to a Ryder Cup, sweeping the opening foursomes 4-0 in a stunning response to its record loss at Whistling Straits two years ago. The U.S. was never ahead in any match. None of the matches got to the

Helen Mirren Proves The Blunt Bob Is Ageless

Helen Mirren just showed off a brand new blunt bob in London. Bang on trend, she joins Hailey Bieber and Claire Foy in rocking the trend.

Opinion: California's domestic workers are being exploited. Gavin Newsom can do something about it

A bill to extend health and safety standards to people working in private homes awaits a decision by the governor, who vetoed similar legislation in 2020.

Leeds Rhinos pair nominated for top awards

Leeds Rhinos’ player of the year Josh Butler has been nominated for two of Betfred Wheelchair Super League’s top honours, including the first Wheels of Steel award.

Train strikes: What days in September and October will rail travel be disrupted?

Train drivers are set to strike again, and London Underground staff are also taking action.

Who gets next £300 cost of living payment? Full eligibility criteria explained

The £300 cost of living payment is being sent from October 31 to the most vulnerable people and low-income families to help with rising bills

EP: 231 Newmarket, Longchamp & Hong Kong

What a weekend we can look forward to. At Newmarket there’s the Middle Park, Cheveley Park & Royal Lodge Stakes alongside the big-field Cambridgeshire Handicap, all taking place on Saturday afternoon. Then on Sunday it’s the big

Andra Day laughs as she is carried over a puddle by a true gent so she doesn't get her dress wet in rainy New York after leaving the Albie Awards

The R&B singer, 38, was a guest at the Clooney Foundation For Justice's second annual Albie Awards at the New York Public Library in New York City .

Dozens are dead after a blast in Pakistan at a rally celebrating birthday of prophet

A powerful bomb exploded near a mosque at a rally celebrating the birthday of Islam's Prophet Muhammad in Pakistan, killing at least 52 people and injuring dozens more, officials said.

Man United welcome back Antony to first-team training

Despite being mired in controversy regarding an alleged assault, Man United winger, Antony, is being accepted back into the group according to a recent club statement.Police enquiries will continue but in the meantime, the

Road closed and buses diverting due to 'incident' in Glasgow

BUS services are being diverted due to an ongoing incident in Glasgow. 

At the revolving Skydome, the best thing on the menu is the view

At the 15th-floor Skydome in Crystal City, focus on the drinks and the starters, and enjoy the scenery.

As Ross Kemp reveals what he looks like with a full head of hair, a glimpse at what other bald A-listers looked like with longer locks - from Stanley Tucci to Tyson Fury and Dwayne Johnson

Ross Kemp is famously known for his bald look but revealed unseen pictures of himself with a head of hair on Thursday.

Rail passengers face a week of travel misery because of strikes

Members of the Aslef and RMT unions are embroiled in long-running disputes over jobs, pay and conditions.

Top flight footballer threatening to throw himself off bridge as club rush to talk him down

A player from Ligue 1 side Nice has threatened to throw himself off the bridge after reports that the young player is suicidal following a break-up

Iran forces aimed laser at American military helicopter, U.S. says

"This unsafe, unprofessional, and irresponsible behavior by the Iranian Revolutionary Guard Corps Navy risks U.S. and partner nation lives," the U.S. Navy said.

First Minister agrees to crisis talks over axed West Lothian bus routes

Humza Yousaf has pledged to hold a meeting to find a way forward

Jackie 'O' Henderson busted by airport security for carrying a very risqué item in her luggage: 'I'm mortified'

Jackie 'O' Henderson has revealed that she was busted by airport security with a giant sex toy in her carry on luggage. 

UK announces new sanctions in response to Russian sham elections in Ukraine

Latest sanctions package holds those who would undermine Ukraine's sovereignty to account.

Rory McIlroy reveals Ryder Cup secret behind 4-0 start that flummoxed Team USA in Rome rout

McIlroy admitted it was all part of the plan to start fast as Luke Donald's Europeans stood tall.

The Uplift: A LeBron James school surprise

LeBron James stops by a high school in Minnesota, surprising their basketball team and giving students a motivational speech. A rescue organization saves beagles who spent their lives in a lab and shows them the great outdoors for

Lenell John-Lewis back available for York City's Solihull clash

LENELL JOHN-LEWIS looks to be back available for York City’s Vanarama National League clash with Solihull Moors on Saturday, September 30 (3pm).

Council Cuts Scotland: Should facilities close to balance books?

A council has announced it will shut down nearly 40 community facilities - including libraries and swimming pools 

Antony available for Manchester United again as police inquiries continue

United have confirmed that the 23-year-old will rejoin training with a view to returning to Erik ten Hag’s side, but he will not involved on Saturday.

My Mum, Your Dad stars Roger and Janey travel across the country for romantic dates as they enjoy a long-distance relationship after finding love

Postman Roger lost his beloved wife Joanne, 52, to cancer 18 months ago and signed up to the new ITV1 dating show in a bid to move on

Yes, Misogyny's Thriving In 2023. You Don't Have To Look Hard For Proof.

Three recent news stories which have raised questions about misogyny in the UK There’s no denying it – this week’s news cycle has been particularly tough. What just kicked off the conversation about misogyny? GB News made headlines

Specialist divers searching for Scots gran Hazel Nairn to use sonar in River Don

Hazel Nairn was swept into the River Don last year amid fierce weather conditions and her body has never been recovered.

39 Cool Products That People Say They Discovered On TikTok

Including a car video monitor parents say is wayyyy easier to help keep an eye on their children. View Entire Post ›

Sharon Osbourne steps out with rarely seen daughter Aimee, shows off 30-pound weight loss in London

Osbourne hit the streets of London after admitting that she goes “at least three days without eating” each week following her 30-pound weight loss journey.

The Stars Are Consciously Uncoupling From The Idea Of Consciously Uncoupling

From Sophie Turner and Joe Jonas to Kevin Coster and Christine Baumgartner, the era of the ugly celebrity divorce is back, writes Claire Cohen in Vogue.

James announces UK tour with special guests Razorlight - how to get Birmingham tickets

The 'She's a Star' band is coming to Birmingham's Utilita Arena

Antony: Manchester United confirm Brazilian winger is to return to training

Manchester United confirm Brazilian winger Antony is to return to training after allegations of domestic abuse were made against him.

Amal Officially Makes Sparkles Her Signature In Crystal-Covered Versace

Amal Clooney wore a gown covered in a delicate rhinestone netting to the Albie Awards. Click to see her latest red carpet look.

Steps stars Claire Richards, 46, and Faye Tozer, 47, detail their perimenopause hell as they lament being left with hormone-induced tiredness, anxiety and rage

They topped the charts throughout the late 90s and early 2000s with their hits Tragedy and 5, 6, 7, 8.