(Reuters) - Top seed and defending champion Tai Tzu Ying of Taiwan beat second seed Akane Yamaguchi from Japan to win the women's final of the All England Open badminton championship in Birmingham on Sunday.


10


Reuters

Latest News

USA Today: VA nominee Ronny Jackson dished out opioids, wrecked vehicle while drunk, colleagues say

USA Today: Don Blankenship, GOP Senate candidate in West Virginia, targets Mitch McConnell's family

BBC: Simon Coveney accuses Nigel Dodds over Brexit interview

CNBC: Allegiant Air: Bookings return to near normal after '60 Minutes' report criticized safety record

CTV News: Raptors backup guard VanVleet out of playoff game due to injury

CTV News: No injuries after duplex fire in west Saskatoon

FOX: Central American asylum seeking caravan reaches US border

FOX: VA pick Ronny Jackson denies Dems' allegations, including that he crashed car while drunk

FOX: Diplomats: Swiss envoy to Germany to be new UN Myanmar envoy

FOX: Central American asylum seeking caravan reaches US border

CBC: Trump's Veterans Affairs pick denies crashing car while drunk

BBC: Photos that tell the story of the last 75 years

Daily Mail: INSIGHT-Impossible dream? Unification less of a...

Daily Mail: AP News in Brief at 6:04 p.m. EDT

Daily Mail: Iconic Magnum photographer Abbas dies

ABC: At 20, Acuna joins Braves as youngest player in majors

CTV News: ‘Full of energy’: slain woman identified by friends

FOX: Alfie Evans deserves the chance to fight for his life -- Why is the UK determined to let him die?

FOX: Incredible Revolutionary War journal surfaces, detailing POW's escape from British prison ship

FOX: Greg Gutfeld: Opioids -- Facts and fallacies

Los Angeles Times: It's back to the courtroom for John DeLorean's widow in dispute over iconic car's film rights

CNN: Georgia governor candidate Stacey Abrams is $200,000 in debt. She's not alone

CBS: Sen. Isakson: VA nominee deserves to be heard