ITV4
8 minutes
Moffat brakes as late as he dares. He keeps Turkington at bay. Colin still desperately trying to work his way up the order, but Aiden Moffat - as we have seen already today - knows how to make a car wide. But of course what they're trying to do is get in that top ten.
Bleacher Report
22 minutes
His upset loss against Dominic Thiem in Rome and Djokovic's good play in the latter stages of that tournament have opened the door for doubters, however. The two are widely backed for success and could serve up a stunning match before the final, per Stuart Fraser of The Times : Nadal remains the king of clay. His excellent blend of power and spin makes him ideally suited for the slower courts, where the amount of spin put on the ball tends to have a far bigger impact. The Spaniard is healthy and moving well, and his serve has been clicking of late. Djokovic has shown flashes of his supreme talent, including a superb showing in Rome that came to an abrupt halt in the final. That loss against Alexander Zverev was another reminder the Serb has struggled with consistency, but when he's at his best, he's a threat to Nadal. After finally winning the tournament last year, Djokovic shouldn't be under too much pressure.
Bleacher Report
22 minutes
The Spaniard remains one of the most popular and talented drivers in the world, evidenced by the short time he needed to adapt to Indycar . With two F1 world titles under his belt, there's little doubt the 35-year-old has the ability to drive any car to victory. He's also seemed remarkably relaxed of late, even using a skateboard for transportation ahead of the race, per AP Sports: Alonso hasn't driven a competitive F1 car in yearsthe fact he'll be starting from the second row will do him the world of good. Rookies or inexperienced Indycar drivers have had success at the Indy 500 beforejust ask Rossi , who was a huge longshot to win last year. The experience on oval tracks for drivers like Dixon could make the difference, but Alonso didn't travel to the United States as a publicity stunt. While he isn't the favourite to win, don't be shocked if the Spaniard ends the day on the top step.
BBC News 24
24 minutes
developing in England and Wales and then some late storms and heavy downpours arriving from the south-west. Warm in the sunshine, much cooler in Scotland. Hello, this is BBC News. Work.
ITV4
34 minutes
But Moffat continue to soak up the pressure. Shedden almost gets into the back there of Turkington. He brakes so late for Cascades, the car wriggling, but he survives and hangs on to the place
ABC News - Australia
38 minutes
A late Chad Townsend field goal gives the Sharks a 9-8 win over the Bulldogs, while the Warriors down the Broncos 28-10. Look back at the scores and stats that mattered in our ScoreCentre.
BBC News 24
an hour
import late storms from the south-west. Sunshine ahead of it means it will feel quite warm and a much cooler day for Scotland under the cloud and here we could get rain on bank holiday Monday. Those showers or even longer spells of rim, a potential for early thunderstorms moving northwards. Some sunshine and still some one in the.
BBC News 24
an hour
been abject failure and the country as you know, there is no central Government. You look at this place, it has a map, it has the late Mike is a country on the map, it has an ambassador at the United Nations, but beyond that... Where is the responsibility for that? It is.
BBC News 24
an hour
be much rain here. Brightening up across England and Wales, some sunshine developing, warm sunshine, and then we get some late storms from the south-west. Sunshine ahead of it means it will feel quite warm. A much cooler day for Scotland under the cloud. Here we could get some rain on bank holiday Monday. Those showers or even longer spells of rain,.
Voice Of America
2 hours
S. President Donald Trump — about how important the issue is. Trump “is taking in what he learned from world leaders today” to make his decision on whether to honor Washington’s commitment to cut greenhouse gas emissions under the Paris Agreement signed two years ago, according to the president’s chief economic advisor, Gary Cohn. U.S. administration officials have said Trump, who referred to man-made global warming as a “hoax” during his successful presidential campaign last year, would wait until after the summit before making a decision on the issue. The G-7, going back more than a decade, has repeatedly recognized the threat of climate change. Closely watched will be the specific language issued about the subject in the Taormina communique, expected to be released late Friday or early Saturday. “It would be extremely rare for this major set of developed countries to not send a clear signal regarding climate change,” according to Jake Schmidt, the international program director of the National Resources Defense Council.
Autocar
2 hours
That's enough to narrowly beat the equivalent figure of the new Bugatti Chiron , although it does threaten to leave the AMG a little adrift of the car that must be imagined as its closest rival - the Aston Martin Valkyrie - whose 900bhp hybrid V12 powertrain is expect to motivate a car weighing less than a tonne overall. It remains to be seen how much torque either the Mercedes-AMG or the Aston Martin will produce, of course. Moers is not ready yet to talk about acceleration targets for the car, but he did hint at top speed potential. "This will not be a top speed car," he said. "We will certainly be beyond 350kmh (217mph) but to go far beyond that brings too much compromise for me: to tyres, to aero & to handling balance." Mercedes-AMG confirmation The Mercedes-AMG hypercar was originally confirmed by the company's head of research and development, Thomas Weber on the eve of the Paris motor show in late September 2016.
BBC News 24
2 hours
Let's check on your weather now. As we head through the afternoon, we could see a batch of storms, heavy rain developing in Wales. Wet weather arriving in Northern Ireland and a few late storms across the West of Scotland but.
BBC News 24
3 hours
quite cloudy, there's a chance to Northern Ireland will hang on to the cloud and we could see some late show was arriving from the South West. Hit and miss but the show was worked their way northwards,.
Sky News
3 hours
is late, trains have been cancelled so I put on Facebook a post about offering our flat with floor space for people to stay if they needed it. Taxi companies providing free lifts to anyone who needed them
Sky News
3 hours
will prevail and hold us together. That spirit so clearly displayed in the hours after the attack. Hundreds opened their doors and offered rooms. We could see people helpless on the the floor and we thought it is late, trains have.
Goal
3 hours
The striker thought he fired Shanghai Shenhua to an important win over Guangzhou R&F in the late stages of their game, only for it to be called off
Sky News
3 hours
Despite being a man down, Saints qualified for next season's European Champions Cup. Ahsee Tuala went over late on for Northampton and the conversion clinched a 23-22 victory. Lewis Hamilton will be hoping the rest day in Monaco has worked.
BBC News 24
4 hours
Temperatures should reach 20 degrees. We are likely to see late storms across western fringes of Scotland. This is the heavy rain that could affect Manchester and head north across northern England. We have much cooler weather as it turns wet in Northern Ireland, and a.
The Northern Echo - Sport
4 hours
Voice Of America
4 hours
While Trump is demanding that the world’s wealthiest nations to do more to fight terror, he’s also listening to their urgings about the need for the U.S. to remain in the sweeping Paris climate agreement. As a candidate Trump denounced the deal, but has since said he’s waiting to make a final decision. “His views are evolving, he came here to learn and get smarter,” said Gary Cohn, national economic council director, when asked about the president’s views on the climate agreement. Cohn would not commit to a timetable for a decision. National Security Adviser H.R. McMaster, who appeared with Cohn at a briefing late Friday, quickly jumped in to reiterate that Trump would make a decision based “on what’s best for the American people.” Other G-7 nations leaned heavily on Trump to stay in the deal, with German Chancellor Angela Merkel saying “we put forward very many arguments.
OK!
4 hours
The much anticipated reboot of the classic 80’s/90’s dating show is back. Before Tinder, Instagram and Twitter, there was Blind Date, the popular Saturday night dating show fronted by the late Cilla Black. After years of being off screen, the much-loved show returns with Cilla’s pal Paul O’Grady taking the helm. In place of ‘Our Grahamaka voiceover extraordinaire Graham Skidmore, is presenter Mel Sykes. Paul O'Grady appears in brand new pictures for the blind Date ...
ITV4
4 hours
They're going, "What was that about?" Just too late on the brakes, too keen. McLean leads it. McGee is in second place. James Cowton is third, William Dunlop is still fourth. But losing touch, you have to say. Oh, Cowton is really looking menacing
Sputnik International
4 hours
The late-night suicide bombing inside of a packed music concert in Manchester shocked the entire world, but it also brought the divided British people together in presenting a unified front against terror.
Sky News
4 hours
England play two tests in Argentina on the 10th and 17th June. Despite being a man down, Saints qualified for next season's European Champions Cup. Ahsee Tuala went over late on for Northampton.