Artificial intelligence is getting better at penning code but still a long way from working alone.
There are no female players in the top 300 earners in esports, according to research shared with BBC News.
Legendary Brazil forward Pele, 80, has surgery to remove a tumour from his colon.
A “manifesto-busting” tax rise to help pay for the NHS is among a mix of stories leading the papers.
Watch as Matilda Castren’s putt on the 18th hole seals Europe’s Solheim victory over the United States in Ohio.
Boris Johnson will set out plans on Tuesday, amid a Tory backlash to tax rises to cover costs.
A steady stream of crossings is thought to be have taken place amid calm waters and sunny skies.
Matilda Castren claims the crucial 14th point as Europe retain the Solheim Cup against the United States in Ohio.
The 54-year-old died from a suspected drug overdose in his New York flat, media reports say.
The country has had to bring an old plant back online after a spike in the price of natural gas.
Israel launches a huge manhunt after six militants dig their way out of the high-security jail.
Manchester United are to introduce Covid-19 spot-checks on matchdays at Old Trafford, starting with Saturday’s game against Newcastle.
British teenager Emma Raducanu puts in another devastating performance to reach the US Open quarter-finals as her dream New York debut continues.
Staff members and passengers rush to help three people working inside a ferry kiosk in Southampton.
Fourth seed Alexander Zverev advances to the US Open quarter-finals with a straight-set victory over Jannik Sinner.
England’s batting folds under an inspired spell of bowling from India, who sweep to a 157-run victory on the final day at The Oval to take a 2-1 lead in … Read More
An Instagram ad by the influencer was criticised in a speech by FCA chairman Charles Randell.
Up to 15 people are now allowed indoors in homes while hospitality table service rules are removed.
Olympic champion Belinda Bencic beats Iga Swiatek to reach the US Open quarter-finals in humid New York conditions.
Boris Johnson says the money will “go straight to the frontline” in England over the next six months.
Five things you need to know about the coronavirus pandemic this Monday evening.
Builders are struggling to get hold of key supplies, and the shortages are pushing prices higher.
The milestone comes as another 41,000 daily cases are recorded, but the real total is likely to be higher.
Fans will be urged to travel to the stadium via bicycle or public transport and eat only vegan food when Spurs host Chelsea later this month.
The Taliban raise their flag over Panjshir Valley, but resistance fighters deny being defeated.
Passenger numbers are rising, but remain below pre-lockdown levels, Transport for London says.
Boris Johnson promises help for them to leave safely – but is accused of not showing leadership.
The laundry firms that provide bed linen for hotels across the UK are facing an unprecedented crisis.
The Malaysian Airlines flight was downed over Ukraine in 2014, killing all 298 people on board.
England’s batting disintegrates in the face of an inspired India, who win the fourth Test by 157 runs to lead the series 2-1.
The idea for the three-day LBTQ Femme Fest was conceived on social media during lockdown.
The restoration of Elizabeth Tower, which will ultimately cost at least £80 million, draws to a close.
Prince Charles’s former aide steps down over claims ‘fixing’ honour for Saudi tycoon
Kashif Anwar, 27, made no plea when he appeared in private at Edinburgh Sheriff Court.
Uefa president Aleksander Ceferin rejects the idea of holding the World Cup every two years, saying it would “dilute” the tournament.
Wiley is accused of assault by beating and burglary with intent to cause criminal damage.
Star of Breathless, Jean-Paul Belmondo was one of France’s most popular actors.
Joe Root is bowled for 36 by Shardul Thakur as India reduce England to 182-7, just three wickets from victory with a lead of 186 in the fourth Test at … Read More
The region accounted for a quarter of all coronavirus deaths until recently
Moeen Ali is caught off Ravindra Jadeja for a duck as India claim four wickets for six runs to reduce England to 146-6, chasing 368 to win, on the final … Read More
Fifa says it “regrets” the scenes leading to the suspension of Brazil and Argentina’s World Cup qualifier on Sunday.
TikTok has higher watch time per user than video giant YouTube in the US and UK, a report suggests.
Ollie Pope is bowled for two by India’s Jasprit Bumrah as England lose a second wicket after lunch, falling to 146-4 as they chase 368 to win the fourth Test … Read More
Rassie Erasmus’ video rant against referees could set a dangerous precedent for the grassroots game, says England head coach Eddie Jones.
Vaccine passports will be required from the end of September in crowded indoor venues in England.
The company says it was an “unacceptable error” and disabled the feature and launched an investigation.
Dawid Malan is run out for five, Mayank Agarwal’s sharp throw to India wicketkeeper Rishabh Pant reducing England to 120-2 as they chase 368 to win the fourth Test at … Read More
The blockbuster had its world premiere at the Venice International Film Festival over the weekend.
Valtteri Bottas is to move to Alfa Romeo from Mercedes next season.
Experts question efficiency and effectiveness of unregulated schemes that allegedly cancel out travel emissions
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Rory Burns is caught behind off Shardul Thakur for 50 as India make the breakthrough, reducing England to 100-1 as they chase 368 to win the fourth Test at The … Read More
Former France footballer Jean-Pierre Adams, who had been in a coma for 39 years, has died at the age of 73.
The government could raise National Insurance to help pay for social care in England.
Militant group claims victory but local opposition forces have vowed to fight on
Charlotte Jackson’s son died after reporting fluid loss to staff at an under-fire hospital trust.
Eleanor Moffat has spent more than 20 years organising charity events after her sister was diagnosed with cancer.
British teenager Emma Raducanu is unfazed by the prospect of playing home favourite Shelby Rogers on Arthur Ashe Stadium in the US Open last 16.
Ryan Fraser, Kenny McLean and Nathan Patterson are out of Scotland’s World Cup qualifier against Austria, with Paul McGinn called up.
Lu rou fan is a slow-braised-until-melting meat sauce, served over rice