Barclays Libor riggers sentenced to years in prison
At the same trial three former employees of Barclays were found guilty of Libor rigging, being convicted unanimously . The jury was unable to reach a verdict in relation to two other defendants, Ryan Reich and Stelios Contogoulas.
Khedira out for Germany vs
Germany striker Mario Gomez will miss the rest of Euro 2016 after suffering a torn hamstring in the quarter-final win over Italy. There were no more halves or periods to be played, and every football fan knew what that meant; penalty kick shoot-out.
Verstappen wins Driver of the Day vote again
I was obviously trying to push on the tyre and then get what I could out of it. "For now I just want to understand why and look into it".
No domestic violence charges against Edsel Ford II
Edsel Ford II has worked for company since 1974, attaining the role of president of Ford Motor Credit in 1991 until 1998. City prosecutor Robert Ihrie on Tuesday morning said there wasn't enough evidence to pursue charges, the Freep reports.
Alton Sterling killed by Louisiana cop, sparking 'black lives matter' protests
Baton Rouge police say the body cameras worn by the two officers involved in the shooting fell off during the altercation. The officers involved have been placed on administrative leave, as is standard following an officer-involved shooting.
Pokemon Go Soft-Launches Worldwide
The game encourages players to get outside and walk around, but not everyone is biting at the chance to leave their homes. Along with "catching 'em all", Pokemon GO lets you battle other Pokemon trainers and fight over control of Pokemon Gyms.
IS suspects detained at Turkey's Ataturk Airport
Thirteen suspects, including three foreigners, were referred to Istanbul's Bakirkoy Court on Sunday following medical checks. A Turkish special force police officer stands guard as a stewardess walks nearby the explosion site at the Ataturk airport.
Infosys techie murder: Chennai hosts 'Wake up Walk' on women safety
On Monday, the case was transferred from railway police to the Chennai police after Madras High Court's intervention. Reports have that the alleged attacker tried to commit suicide as the police were trying to catch him.
The Porsche Panamera Is Finally The Hot Sedan It Deserves to Be
The Turbo's no slouch either; its 4.0L twin-turbo V8 pummels the ground with 550 horsepower and 568 lb.-ft. of torque. This new design is not only a sleek and stylish update, but is also the fastest luxury sedan on the planet.
The US Now Has More Oil Reserves Than Saudi Arabia or Russian Federation
The output of USA oil has slowed in the past year due to the fall in prices making its production unprofitable in some quarters. Rystad also points out that countries often exaggerate their oil reserve figures to inflate their standings within OPEC.