"The benefits are nice" insists the Need For Speed twitter account
Kim Kardashian and Kanye West are hoping to adopt twins from Armenia.
Second self-mutilation protest involving inmates in a month sees 15 prisoners slash themselves on train bound for Russia's far north.
Government announces new legislation aiming to crackdown on production and selling of psychoactive drugs.
Although not a patch the simple instructions fix a fault whereby a certain text breaks the iOS Messages app
World number two Roger Federer will take on Damir Dzumhur in the third round of the 2015 French Open. Find out where to watch live in the UK.
Package from Turkey containing nuclear medicine meant for Fortis hospital damaged causing leak.
One World Trade Center, the tallest skyscraper in the Western Hemisphere at 1,776 feet, is opening a new observatory to the public on 29 May.
Respawn Entertainment founder says the studio won't be showing off anything at LA trade show.
Jan Molby has urged Liverpool to sign big name players in order to challenge the top four teams.
Chipmaker Avago Technologies earlier agreed to buy rival Broadcom in cash-and-stock deal valued at $37bn.
Arsene Wenger has reignited his interest in signing Ki Sung-Yeung from Swansea City after three years.
Blatter up against Prince Ali of Jordan in campaign to retain presidency in wake of corruption arrests
Philipp Lahm is happy he turned down offers from Manchester United and Barcelona to continue at Bayern.
Austrian National Bank also plans to move some gold to Switzerland.