Deutsche Bank financier Brian Mulligan spoke of using so-called bath salts stimulants and appeared paranoid days before a violent run-in with Los Angeles police, according a recording released by the police union.
Manchester City fans had to deal with unwanted reports yesterday that Yaya Toure is considering leaving the club. But where to?
Scotland captain Darren Fletcher says that the entire squad is behind under pressure manager Craig Levein, but realistically how long does the Scotland boss have left before he is shown the exit door?
Arsenal's Carl Jenkinson has confirmed that he wants to play international football for England after appearing for the Finland Under-21 side. How beneficial is the news to England boss Roy Hodgson?
As his contract runs down toward expiry we take a look at the teams from across Europe who could afford to bring him in.
The large Polish community living in the UK make this Tuesday's fixture highly interesting. While the return tie at Wembley will spark more debate on the topic we look at why the game between England and Poland is such an interesting match-up... particulary for Everton's Phil Jagielka.
Nicole Lapin reports Monday's top headlines.
On the day the Nobel prize for economics was announced in Stockholm, a former winner was in London urging the government to ditch the "mad" austerity policy that was keeping the British economy depressed.