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Jones was convinced of England win

England head coach Eddie Jones says he fully expected his side to beat Scotland in their Six Nations opener.

Wales' Jones wants 'positive rugby'

Wales want to make amends for their 2015 World Cup disappointment in this season's Six Nations, says lock Alun Wyn Jones.

Wales expect Irish aerial barrage

Wales expect to be tested by high-ball tactics in windy conditions in their Six Nations opener against Ireland, says defence coach Shaun Edwards.

VIDEO: Highlights: France 23-21 Italy

France edge past Italy 23-21 in Paris to make a winning start to their 2016 Six Nations campaign.

Ireland Women 21-3 Wales Women

Ireland open their Women's Six Nations defence with a confident and dominant victory over Wales at Donnybrook.

Republican Candidates Prepare to Debate in State Where Marriage Equality Polls Strongest

Tonight, six Republican candidates for President are set to debate in New Hampshire. The Granite State has gained national notoriety for a unique streak of independent thinking. So it should be no surprise that marriage equality polls stronger in New Hampshire than any other in the Union. Show More Summary

Mayo Clinic Minute: Six Heart Numbers Women Should Know

Cardiovascular disease is not just a men's issue. In fact, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention says heart disease is the number one killer of men and women. In honor of the American Heart Association's National Wear Red Day, a day to build awareness about women's risk of heart attack and stroke, Mayo Clinic […]

Scotland Women 0-32 England Women

England begin their Women's Six Nations campaign with a 32-0 win over Scotland in Cumbernauld.

Six Nations 2016 - the pundits' view

It's going to be tight - but according to our panel of rugby greats, there's only going to be one winner of the 2016 Six Nations.

Ireland v Wales (Sun)

Team news, preview and statistics for Saturday's Six Nations match between Ireland and Wales at the Aviva Stadium.

United Nations Issues Stamps Celebrating LGBT Identity

The six new colorful stamps designed by an out artist are the first issued by the global body’s post office with an LGBT theme.

BBC launches Six Nations into space

The Six Nations is set to be launched into space as astronaut Tim Peake gets a front-row seat for Scotland v England.

Stander to make debut for Ireland

Munster flanker CJ Stander will make his Ireland debut in Sunday's Six Nations game against Wales at the Aviva Stadium.

VIDEO: Astronaut Peake launches Six Nations

Astronaut Tim Peake launches BBC Sport's "out of this world" Six Nations coverage from the International Space Station.

Preview & key stats: Scotland v England (Sat)

Team news, match preview and detailed statistics for Saturday's Six Nations match between Scotland and England at Murrayfield

Preview & key stats: France v Italy (Sat)

Team news, match preview and detailed statistics for Saturday's Six Nations match between France and Italy at Stade de France

BBC takes the RBS Six Nations to new heights by live streaming it in space

More than 20 million people watched the RBS Six Nations rugby tournament in 2015 and this year it will be quite literally taken to a new height when it kicks off tomorrow. The BBC will live stream the England v Scotland match 400km above earth in the International Space Station for British Astronaut Tim Peake. Show More Summary

UN Celebrates LGBT Rights for the First Time with Six New Postage Stamps

yesterdayLGBT / Gay : Towleroad

The United Nations has issued six colorful new postage stamps designed by artist and UNPA art director Sergio Baradat which celebrate the diversity of LGBT rights. The AP reports: The stamps were unveiled in a ceremony at the UN general assembly buil… Read The post UN Celebrates LGBT Rights for the First Time with Six New Postage Stamps appeared first on Towleroad.

Scotland vs. England, 2016 Six Nations: Preview, Where to Watch, Team News

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The RBS Six Nations—comforting annual staple of the European sporting calendar, or a six-week dirge through mud, rain and tradition bordering on torpor? The competition divides opinion, but this year there is some added piquancy, with...Show More Summary

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