Rodgers rules out January departures from Leicester
The Foxes host struggling Norwich on Saturday aiming to stay within striking distance of leaders Liverpool, who are heading off for the Fifa Club World Cup in Qatar after their match against Watford.
Hamilton talks informal, says Ferrari chief
The 34-year-old Lewis Hamilton, who comes to the end of his Mercedes contract next season, will be bidding for a record-equalling seventh world title in 2020.
Scientists devise 'lifespan clock'
The scientists said their research appeared to be the first of its kind to build a 'genetic predictive model to estimate the lifespan of vertebrate species from genetic markers.'
Nigeria eases visa rules for Africans
The goal is to become the world's largest free trade zone by cutting trade tariffs and barriers for 1.2 billion people.
NZ military set for risky mission to retrieve bodies from volcano
The number of people believed to have died in Monday's disaster now stands at 16.
Magnificent seven: Els' Internationals 'feed off' rookie energy
International captain Ernie Els hailed his seven rookies after taking a 4-1 Presidents Cup lead Thursday and the experienced Louis Oosthuizen said the veterans were feeding off the youngsters' energy.
Britain votes in snap 'Brexit election'
More than 4,000 polling venues across England, Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland -- including a windmill, some pubs and a chip shop -- opened their doors for a poll described as the most important in a generation.
Captain Woods to play again as US look to bounce back
The 15-time major winner was the standout player for his team during the opening fourballs on Thursday and he opted to go again with the same partner Justin Thomas.
Ramaphosa on load shedding: Cabinet to discuss extra generation capacity
He was briefing reporters on Wednesday following a meeting with the Eskom management and board.
Boris Johnson: Polarising leader focused on Brexit
The former London mayor has toned down his trademark jokes and bluster, as he focuses on a promise to 'Get Brexit Done' by finally taking Britain out of the European Union.
Climate activist Greta Thunberg is Time's 2019 person of the year
The 16-year-old first made headlines with her solo strike against global warming outside Sweden's parliament in August 2018.
Climate pledges 'misleading', Greta Thunberg tells UN meet
Greta Thunberg told negotiators at the UN climate change forum in Madrid that their promises on slashing greenhouse gas emissions were a world apart from what was needed.
Nonbinary pronoun 'they' named Merriam-Webster word of year
Two months ago, the dictionary added the word "they" as a non-binary pronoun that can refer to just one person.
Final push in Britain's Brexit election
Conservative Prime Minister Boris Johnson and Labour main opposition leader Jeremy Corbyn were set for whistlestop tours of key battleground seats in a frantic last push for votes.
Democrats publish articles of impeachment against Trump
In the formal legislative resolution, Trump is accused of abuse of power for withholding aid from Ukraine unless it announced investigations into his Democratic rivals.
2 Algerian ex-PMs get heavy jail terms for corruption
The verdicts came just two days before Algeria is due to elect a president to replace Bouteflika in a vote bitterly opposed by the country's nine-month-old protest movement, which sees it as a regime ploy to cling to power.
Ethiopia PM collects Nobel Peace Prize, urges unity against hatred
Abiy, 43, won the Nobel for his efforts to resolve the long-running conflict with Eritrea.
Obstruction, abuse of power charges unveiled in Trump impeachment
The charges, if approved by the House of Representatives in a vote expected next week, would make Trump only the third US president to be impeached and placed on trial in the Senate.