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The reported deal comes ahead of the film mogul's separate rape and sexual assault trial next month.
The International team takes a 4-1 lead over the United States after the opening-day fourballs in the Presidents Cup at Royal Melbourne.
He is "rubbish" with foreign languages and is yet to learn the Swiss national anthem, but this weekend GB's Joel Fearon will make his debut for their national bobsleigh team.
Experts say the art, found in an Indonesian cave, could be the world's oldest recorded story.
Day 12 of BBC Sport's advent calendar looking back at the sporting decade stars Christine Ohuruogu taking World Championships gold in Moscow 2013 by the narrowest of margins.
Away from the election, the papers cover the death of a naturalist and a peace icon's defence of Myanmar.
Returning to White Island volcano is dangerous because a second eruption could occur.
The new head of the European Commission has proposed big change, but the decision will lie with EU leaders.
John Crilly, who fought the London Bridge attacker, says he shouted for police to shoot Usman Khan.
The picture of a family dressed in finery features in an exhibition charting 150 years of visitors.
Around 200 environmental campaigners are barred from climate talks after Greta Thunberg speaks.
Black women hold four major pageant titles, but black pageant winners say there's more to the story.
After Emma Watson declared herself happily single, Newsbeat talks to people rejecting being part of a cosy couple.
BBC's election count specialist, Tim Burke, show us the operation that brings you every result from across the country.
How do Sunderland and Newcastle return election results so quickly and is there really a race?
Huge numbers of tourists risk scaling active volcanoes every year.
US media had reported that Mr Biden, 77, suggested to his aides he would only serve a single term.
Geoff Grewcock set up the Nuneaton and Warwickshire Wildlife Sanctuary in his garden 18 years ago.
More than 2,000 artefacts have been recovered from HMS Invincible, the 18th Century ship that revolutionised naval ship design.
She is one of Scotland's biggest film stars, but Karen Gillan says her young dreams took a few knocks.