David Cameron says Britain's unity will help it maximise the benefits of Scotland's North Sea oil and gas, while Alex Salmond says an independent Scotland would be able to manage its resources more effectively than Westminster.
Over 100 investigators raid Google's Paris office over €1.6bn in back taxes investigation.
An exclusive Gold version of WhatsApp Gold 'used by celebrities' is a fraud.
Technology giant IBM maintains it is actively recruiting as it restructures into cloud computing.
Archaeologists have discovered the remains of a woman whose family ruled a province of ancient Egypt.
Complaint launched against Brown University, Dartmouth College and Yale University over 'racial bias'.
The investigation showed dogs thrown against walls as training and cats kept for use as 'bait'.
The woman, believed to be 34, had her neck cut according to neighbours.
Camel attacks man in Barmer district of Rajasthan in India as temperatures soar during heatwave.
Airbus files patent update to futuristic X3 helicopter that can fly at speeds of 293mph.
The F-Pace is Jaguar's first attempt at an SUV, blending luxury and comfort with sporty and off-road driving.
The pre-1990s rape and assault allegations against Bill Clinton were revisited by Donald Trump last week.
Even though it was mocked widely, this unusual e-fit has led to an arrest.
The terrorist group's former leader was killed in a US drone strike.
The British working class is slowly being replaced by a foreign-born politically-disenfranchised labour force.