One Wimbledon title wasn’t enough for Serena Williams. About five hours after Williams won her fifth singles title by beating Agnieszka Radwanska, she and sister Venus were back on Centre Court to beat Czech duo Andrea Hlavackova and Lucie Hradecka 7-5, 6-4 Saturday in the doubles final.
Blake Griffin, Andre Iguodala and James Harden have been chosen for the U.S. Olympic men’s basketball team, a person with knowledge of the decisions told The Associated Press on Saturday.
David Beckham’s English national team career will be honored at the team’s final warmup for the European Championship, with the former captain receiving a UEFA award for players who have made more than 100 international appearances.
British Prime Minister David Cameron is calling on former LAPD chief William Bratton to help with the devastating riots in London.
A post-mortem examination was completed Monday to determine the cause of Amy Winehouse’s death.
Palace officials will offer live streaming of the April 29 royal wedding between Prince William and Kate Middleton on the royal channel on YouTube.
Sienna Miller’s spokeswoman says the actress and Jude Law have split up for a second time.
A British judge denied Julian Assange bail on Tuesday after the WikiLeaks founder told a London court he would fight efforts to extradite him to Sweden to face a sex-crimes investigation.
The college romance that seemed to falter in the harsh glare of adulthood has blossomed at last, promising Britain its biggest royal wedding since Prince Charles married Lady Diana Spencer almost 30 years ago.
Beatles fans worldwide are coming together to celebrate John Lennon’s 70th birthday.
Shiver me timbers! Actor Johnny Depp shocked a London school by answering a pupil’s fan letter and visiting classes dressed as his character from the “Pirates of the Caribbean” movie series, teachers said Friday.
Michael Beasley scored 21 points in his Timberwolves debut and Minnesota beat the Los Angeles Lakers 111-92 Monday in their preseason opener in London.
The wait is over! The back-to-back NBA champion Los Angeles Lakers are back in action as they battle the Minnesota Timberwolves in London, England.
The US State Department has issued a travel alert for Europe, advising US citizens living or traveling abroad to take increased precautions about their security. That includes the Los Angeles Lakers and Minnesota Timberwolves, who play tomorrow in London. Jim Hill reports on the security measures taking place by the NBA.
The Los Angeles Lakers have waived guard Anthony Roberson and center Russell Hicks just hours before embarking on their European tour.