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Michael Phelps, winner of a 23 Olympic golds, says more must be done to support Olympians after they move out of the spotlight.
Police are treating the incident as a possible hate crime after anti-Islamic taunts were heard.
The Competition and Markets Authority said the merger "raises sufficient concerns" for investigation.
Liverpool 3-2 PSG: ‘Daniel Sturridge is a £50m player – when he is fit and firing, you cannot ignore him’
Daniel Sturridge will play a big part as Liverpool chase glory on multiple fronts, says former Reds defender Stephen Warnock.
Athlete, pupil, businessman, celebrity - how is Anthony Joshua rated by his associates?
Kim Jong-un, speaking after talks with South Korea's president, also says he hopes to visit Seoul soon.
Your morning briefing for 19 September 2018.
Norden had a long career as a writer and was the host of ITV's It'll Be Alright on the Night.
Denis Norden wrote some of radio and TV's funniest scripts in a 60-year partnership with Frank Muir.
A school in Bradford is achieving impressive results in English and maths, by rebuilding its curriculum around music.
Lily Allen, Jorja Smith and Noel Gallagher tell us the last thing they changed on their albums.
Theresa May will say that social housing residents should feel "proud" of where they live.
A Girlguiding UK survey of girls and young women reveals many do not feel safe outside their homes.
Thousands of rural families in the rugged mountain region want to rebuild the hurricane-hit economy.
Public told not to be lulled into thinking yoghurts are as healthy as many assume.
Two women talk about how they deal with alopecia and the remaining hair they still have.
People dislike wasps but love bees despite both species providing similar ecological benefits says a new study.
The advert regulator ruled Kindernauts and Magic Kinder websites broke advertising rules on sugar.
"In one hospital I visited, the babies were too weak to cry," says the head of Save the Children.
It's part of a plan to clean up the millions of pieces of rubbish floating in Earth's orbit.