A Sri Lankan cricketer has arguably achieved one of the greatest ever landmarks in sports, and did it with no small sense of drama.
He’s been one of the world’s hottest topics this past month and has even “spoken” to TIME’s World Cup blog. But now Paul the psychic octopus is the subject of an international transfer request. Hold onto your tentacles.
The World Cup might just have finished but soccer hasn’t finished with you. And Major League Soccer is making a major league signing.
A long campaign is coming to an end after approval was given Friday for the creation of an internet domain dedicated to pornography.
If it were an opening gambit in chess, it would certainly be bold: the remains of chess champion Bobby Fischer are to be exhumed in order to settle a paternity claim, an Icelandic court has ruled.
The BBC has conducted a worldwide poll of footballing experts to give us the all important top four — in the correct order betting fans! — and they’ve rolled out the results over the course of this week. And now we know who’s …
You know you’ve been wondering. And, of course, Stephen Fry has the answer.
With a week to go before the 19th World Cup kicks off, we were due a major piece of injury news. On the same day, we got two.
The low-budget British airline Easyjet has never been afraid to trial the odd thing here and there, but usually it’s amusing ad campaigns. Now they’ve taken it up a notch.
It’s sure to be a pop culture reference point for years to come: Sir Paul McCartney performed for the Obamas at the White House on Wednesday in light of the Beatle being presented with the third annual Gershwin Prize for Popular …
The tragic events in West Cumbria on Wednesday, where 12 people have been killed, and at least 25 left injured, has shocked the U.K. The body of the suspected gunman, taxi driver Derrick Bird, has now been found, in what is the …
In what most be the saddest/strangest story of the day, three people have been killed and six injured trying to defuse a World War II bomb in central Germany.