Frankie Dettori hopes to be able to ride at next week's Epsom Derby after a six-month ban for failing a drug test.
Two hungry young galaxies that collided 11 billion years ago (pictured) are rapidly forming a massive galaxy about 10 times the size of the Milky Way, California astronomers have found.
Friday's 19th stage of the Giro d'Italia is being re-routed because of snow and cold conditions in the Dolomite mountains.
Former world 800m champion Caster Semenya has her funding withdrawn ahead of the 2016 Olympic Games in Rio.
Carl Froch will only be considered a boxing great if he returns to the United States and avenges his loss to me, says Andre Ward.
The Scottish Premier League is ready to welcome First Division clubs into a new league set up for next season.
A group of Manchester City fans plan to thank former manager Roberto Mancini with an advert in an Italian newspaper.
Speaking on Sky Sports, European Tour chief executive George O'Grady uses the racially insensitive word "coloured" while defending Sergio Garcia.
New images taken by Nasa's Hubble Space Telescope of the Ring Nebular are the clearest yet, and have revealed it looks more like a jelly doughnut because it's filled with 'material in the middle' than the previously thought bagel shape.
Proposals submitted to Seattle City Hall's Design Review Board by Amazon this week reveals plans for the online retailer to build a biosphere HQ in the coastal US state. The plans are set to rival Apple's unusual 'spaceship' headquarters in Silicon Valley, set to be completed by 2016.
San Francisco engineer Ben Kokes created the unique ring to propose to his girlfriend. when the pair are close by, tiny lights on the ring glow.
International mining companies operating in Mozambique are failing in their obligation to people displaced by coal mining, says Human Rights Watch.
New ways of measuring the Welsh Ambulance Service's performance will be published as ministers seek to improve the struggling service.
Lewis Hamilton believes he has a "pretty good" chance of winning the Monaco GP after a competitive showing in practice.
From losing a World Cup final to triumphing at Euro 96, German football has an emotional relationship with Wembley
An independent inquiry is needed into the NHS non-emergency 111 phone line "debacle" in England, GPs say.
Australian scientists say immune cells called macrophages could be vital for regeneration - and could help scientists control the process and even use it in humans.
A rare Nasa camera used aboard Skylab, the first US Space Station, which orbited the Earth in 1973, is set to be auctioned.
Lord Mandelson is appointed to the resurrected ceremonial post of High Steward of Hull.
The number of people coming to the UK has fallen by over 80,000 in the last year as figures show net migration is down by a third.