Japan's Hideki Matsuyama holes an incredible chip on a "magic" first green at the US Open at Winged Foot, New York.
First ministers of Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland call for a task force to help the industry.
The actor's lawyer dismisses the charges as politically motivated at a court hearing in Los Angeles.
"This is a moment when we're needed more than ever, so we just had to find a way of getting open."
A rule change means about 100 more of those who served with British forces will be able to live in the UK.
Matthew Shifrin took up the sport almost a year ago - with the help of a friend and a childhood toy.
Sir Keir Starmer has a new message - but will it help Labour win back votes where the party needs them?
More than 600 health and social care workers have died from the coronavirus pandemic.
Some of the stories you may have missed this week.
Saturday's front pages are dominated by Boris Johnson suggesting the UK is entering a second wave of Covid-19.
Manchester United close in on full-back, relief at Real Madrid, Chelsea face new demands over goalkeeper move, plus more.
Manchester City manager Pep Guardiola fears Sergio Aguero could miss the first two months of the Premier League season.
The CDC caused controversy in August by saying that anyone without symptoms should not be tested.
Mayor Sadiq Khan says he is concerned by evidence showing the spread of the virus is "accelerating".
Bristol Bears reached the last four of the European Challenge Cup after a 56-17 victory over Dragons at Ashton Gate.
New restrictions in the Spanish capital come as Europe braces itself for a second wave of infections.
Can a short burst of national restrictions change the course of the epidemic?
Boris Johnson says he doesn't want another lockdown - but national measures may need to be tightened.
Bryson DeChambeau moves to within two shots of US Open leader Justin Thomas as the early starters faced tough conditions on day two.
Woolton Picture House says the outpouring in response to its closure was "beyond expectation".