Holders Manchester City are knocked out of the Carabao Cup as West Ham United win 5-3 on penalties in front of an ecstatic sell-out crowd at London Stadium.
Ryan Reynolds and Rob McElhenney make their mark on Wrexham fans after attending their first game.
Second-half goals from Takumi Minamino and Divock Origi see off Preston North End and seal Liverpool's place in the Carabao Cup quarter-finals.
The Brexit minister seeks "urgent clarification" after France says it will block ports to UK boats.
The RMT accepts a new pay offer which will provide its ScotRail members with a 2.5% pay rise.
Bayern Munich suffer their biggest defeat since 1978 as they are thrashed at Borussia Monchengladbach in the German Cup.
The ruling is the latest step in an escalating dispute over Poland's legal reforms.
Premiership leaders Rangers come from two goals behind to secure a draw with Aberdeen in the emotionally-charged aftermath of Walter Smith's death.
Britain's Andy Murray loses for the first time in his career at the Vienna Open after a straight-set defeat by Spanish teenager Carlos Alcaraz.
The Duchess of Cornwall calls for change of culture to stop violence and sexual harassment against women.
The Foxes chairman and four others were killed in the crash outside the King Power Stadium in 2018.
New Mexico authorities say it is too early to determine if arrests will be made or charges laid.
The Met Office issues an amber warning with western and southern areas predicted to be worst hit.
Nigerians welcome the return of artefacts - including Cambridge University's cockerel - looted in 1897.
The Treasury reveals which projects will get funding, but critics question if it will make a difference.
Chris Evans voices the "real" Buzz Lightyear in the first trailer for the Toy Story origin story.
The pedestrians were injured shortly after 15:00 and have been transferred to hospital in Glasgow.
Pubs and high streets also get a boost - but Labour says Chancellor Rishi Sunak is ignoring the cost of living crisis.
One burglary at Tamara Ecclestone's home is thought to be the biggest of its kind in English legal history.
The Tokyo-based company hopes the vehicle will rival the popularity of supercars.