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Manchester United win the FA Cup for the first time since 2004 courtesy of Jesse Lingard's winner against Crystal Palace.
Owen Farrell and Manu Tuilagi could be doubts for England's the summer tour to Australia after picking up injuries.
England's innings-and-88-run win in the first Test against Sri Lanka was "men versus boys", according to Geoffrey Boycott.
Ex-cabinet minister Iain Duncan Smith compares George Osborne to "Pinocchio" over his claim that a vote to leave the EU would cause an economic shock to UK house prices.
Labour will seek to distribute the rewards of growth more fairly, leader Jeremy Corbyn says, as he sets out his party's plans for the economy.
The Egyptian military releases images of life vests and other items found during the search for missing EgyptAir flight MS804.
An expert say it is unclear what caused the smoke detected on board EgyptAir's flight MS804, but fires are an increasing problem, reports the BBC's transport correspondent Richard Westcott.
Nine people on board a stricken hot air balloon have been rescued by a passing motor boat in the Australian state of Victoria.
Social media sites must do more to tackle online ticket fraud after being used for nearly half of all such scams last year, councils say.
They have been dubbed the killer invaders that target bees and have even caused the deaths of several people in France, but has the deadly Asian hornet made it to the UK?
Experts are assessing what can be salvaged after a fire ravaged a stately home in Manchester.
Florida wildlife experts express concern about three man-eating Nile crocodiles found in local swamps, amid fears more may be at large.
There were smoke alerts inside the cabin of the EgyptAir passenger plane shortly before it crashed in the Mediterranean, reports say.
A UK vote to leave the European Union would cause an "immediate economic shock" that could slow house price growth, Chancellor George Osborne says.
Meet four inspiring people taking part in the Great Manchester Run on Sunday, 22 May.
The Secret Service shoots an armed man outside the White House, according to US officials.
Several Saturday papers lead with the intrusion at Buckingham Palace by a convicted murderer, while there are fresh predictions at what a British exit from the EU will mean.
A secret World War Two wireless station set up by Winston Churchill to thwart a feared German invasion receives heritage protection.
Radical action is needed to tackle the "shocking" lack of ethnic diversity in police forces in England and Wales, a Commons committee warns.
Councils would be given the power to limit "skyrocketing" rent increases under proposals to be unveiled by shadow chancellor John McDonnell.