BBC Sport rounds up the best plays of the week from the NBA, including a “big finish” off the backboard from Stephen Curry for the Golden State Warriors.
“Intimidating” checkouts and a lack of seating are “shutting out” the elderly from shops, a charity says.
Education should receive a bigger share of the UK’s overseas aid budget, says a report from MPs.
As the world moves towards low-carbon electric cars, how are we going to power them all?
Naby Keita’s journey from breaking things while shopping with his mother in Guinea to a record £48m move to Liverpool.
Philippe Coutinho surpasses some Liverpool greats, while John Stones’ injury may prompt a Manchester City shake-up – the stand-out Premier League stats.
Brighton stretch their unbeaten run in the Premier League to five games as they draw with visitors Stoke.
Off-spinner Nathan Lyon hopes Australia can “end the careers” of some England players during the forthcoming Ashes series.
The allegedly “shocking” racist abuse of Republic of Ireland defender Cyrus Christie is reported to police by the FAI.
A financial firm headed by British businesswoman Amanda Staveley tables a formal takeover bid in the region of £300m for Newcastle United.
UK Sport chair Dame Katherine Grainger is “surprised and disappointed” after Shane Sutton says riders legally used banned drugs to “find the gains”.
Australia are putting themselves under pressure to perform in the first Ashes Test in Brisbane, says England batsman James Vince.