In a speech in new Orleans to mark the 10th anniversary of Hurricane Katrina, US President Barack Obama describes the storm as a natural disaster that "became a man-made disaster".
Police in Austria work through the night to establish how many people died in a lorry found abandoned on a motorway near the Hungarian border.
England men lose to Germany in the EuroHockey Championships semi-final following a penalty shootout.
Serena Williams is ready for the pressure of attempting a calendar Grand Slam at the US Open, which starts on Monday.
Southampton lose 1-0 to Midtyjlland in their Europa League play-off second leg and miss out on the group stage.
Hundreds of people are feared dead after two boats carrying up to 500 migrants capsize off the Libyan city of Zuwara.
Coach Warren Gatland says safety is paramount as George North returns to win his 50th Wales cap after five months out.
Manchester City make an "astonishing" wage offer to winger Kevin de Bruyne, Wolfsburg's director of sport says.
US President Barack Obama is speaking at an event to mark the tenth anniversary of Hurricane Katrina
The father of slain journalist Alison Parker tells the BBC about the need for gun control in the US to prevent tragedies like Wednesday's shooting.
US president Barack Obama is set to visit New Orleans, saying the city is "moving forward" 10 years after the devastation of Hurricane Katrina.
Britain's Chris Froome remains in contention at the Vuelta a Espana as Colombia's Esteban Chaves reclaims the lead on stage six.
Burnley sign former Queens Park Rangers and Manchester City midfielder Joey Barton on a one-year deal.
The makers of the new Star Wars movie have released another teaser clip, this time via Instagram.
Usain Bolt conjures up another magical moment but how many more times will we witness his brilliance, asks Tom Fordyce.
As net migration to the UK reaches an all-time high, the BBC's Danny Savage reports from Hull on the impact of foreign arrivals in the city.
Republican presidential hopeful Donald Trump hits back at accusations he wears a toupee at a rally in Greenville, South Carolina.
Everton reject a transfer request from defender and Chelsea target John Stones, says chairman Bill Kenwright.
Picking Sam Burgess is a big call but he is unlikely to see much World Cup action for England, argues Jeremy Guscott.
A leading British jihadist has been killed in a military drone strike in Syria, say US officials.