Three keys for Liverpool vs. Hoffenheim

Here’s what Liverpool needs to do to get a result at Hoffenheim.

Premier League roundup: A wild return for the top flight!

The Premier League kicked off with a furious Friday match between Arsenal and Leicester City, and kept that vibe going when Saturday began at Vicarage Road. [ MORE: Watch full PL match replays ] A wild draw between the Reds and Hornets is a highlight of the first Saturday of PL football for the 2017-18 […]

Liverpool fans are outraged over defensive meltdown in Premier League opener

Premier League play only just started, but Liverpool fans are not happy after their team’s opening matchup against Watford ended in a 3-3 draw. More than just the score, fans are outraged over Liverpool’s struggling defense after it was unable to hold off Watford in added time. Thanks to a goal from Mohamed Salah, the…

Judge set to decide on Charlie Gard’s last days

LONDON — A British judge is set to rule on where Charlie Gard, a baby with a rare genetic disease, will spend the last days of his life. A High Court judge will decide at a hearing Wednesday whether his parents’ wish to take him home to die will be granted. After months of court…

UK police detail painstaking search for London fire remains

LONDON — British police have described the painstaking work of recovering remains from a burnt-out London high-rise, four weeks after the disaster killed at least 80 people. The Metropolitan Police force says it will take months to identify all the victims, and the agonizing wait has provoked anger and dismay from victims’ families. Police say…

Memphis Group’s Nathalie du Pasquier shows new works in London exhibition

French designer and Memphis Group member Nathalie du Pasquier has created more than 50 new pieces for her first solo show in the UK in 25 years. The From Time to Time exhibition, which is being hosted by Pace London until 29 July, features sculpture, paintings and drawings, all with the bold geometric forms and […]

Wimbledon Day 2: Top seed Kerber scrapes past Falconi, Federer and Djokovic safely through

World number one Angelique Kerber stuttered into the second round on day two at Wimbledon, as the German overcame a tough battle against American qualifier Irina Falconi.