• Sir Billy Connolly 'no longer recognises close friends'

    Sir Billy Connolly "no longer recognises his close friends" as his Parkinson's disease worsens. The 75-year-old comedian was first treated for the early symptoms of the degenerative disorder in mid-2013 and his close pal Sir Michael Parkinson says he was saddened during a recent meeting in New York when Billy did not know who he was. Speaking on 'Saturday Morning with James Martin', Michael said: "The sadness of Billy now is that wonderful brain is dulled.

  • Fans erupt after Ronda Rousey wins WWE women's title

    Ronda Rousey has sent fans into meltdown after winning the WWE women's championship, but not everyone's happy about it.

  • Duchess Meghan to visit mother in US

    The Duchess of Sussex will visit her mother in the US. The 37-year-old royal - who was known as Meghan Markle before she married Prince Harry in May - is to fly into Los Angeles any day now on a solo trip in order to spend quality time with her mum Doria Ragland, whom she hasn't seen since her wedding day three months ago, after visiting her friends in Toronto, Canada. However, news that she's making the effort to see her mother will no doubt infuriate her father Thomas Markle - who has been bad mouthing his daughter since she joined the royal family - as he hasn't seen or heard from her for months.

  • Tesla Inc (TSLA) Has Nothing to Fear From Short Sellers

    Another whirlwind week for Tesla Inc (Nasdaq: TSLA) finished off with an 8.9 percent sell-off on Friday following an emotional new interview by CEO Elon Musk and reports that the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission is investigating Musk's motives for announcing a potential deal to take Tesla private. On Thursday, the Wall Street Journal reported that sources familiar with the matter say the SEC is investigating whether or not Musk misled investors by tweeting on Aug. 7 that he had "funding secured" for a privatization deal worth $420 per share. Tesla stock initially spiked following Musk's tweet, but it is now trading significantly lower than it was prior to the tweet as Wall Street analysts have questioned both the viability of Musk's proposal and Musk's personal credibility.

  • Japanese athletes booted from Asian Games over 'deplorable incident'

    The four disgraced basketball players have been sent home by Japan for bringing a "sense of shame" to the team.

  • 'I cannot admire this champion': Goalkeeper's girlfriend slams Ronaldo after brutal incident

    The Portuguese superstar has been roasted by the girlfriend of the goalkeeper he knocked out on his Juventus debut.

  • Cricket world divided over controversial Joe Root dismissal

    Joe Root was left fuming after a controversial catch went against him in the third Test against India.