The Tottenham Hotspur goalkeeping situation has become muddier overnight after Heurelho Gomes announced he was interesting in staying after Harry Redknapp's departure.
Fox Business Network's Charlie Gasparino breaks down the latest with the investigation of the Facebook IPO problems.
Before England's let-off in midweek, Chelsea were beneficiaries this season against Tottenham Hotspur of an inaccurate call. FIFA President Sepp Blatter said yesterday that technology is now a 'necessity'.
The Chelsea and England left-back almost scored against Ukraine too, and is enjoying another good tournament.
Bloomberg's Owen Thomas visits a pop-up Lamborghini stall in central London which introduces a new model and celebrates their history.
Congress is heading for a new showdown with the White House after Republicans took the rare step of voting to declare the attorney-general Eric Holder in contempt over a botched smuggling operation aimed at Mexican drug cartels.
After weeks of political uncertainty casting doubt over its future in the eurozone, Greece took its first tentative step towards regaining stability as Antonis Samaras, the conservative New Democracy leader and winner of Sunday's election, was appointed prime minister.
Julian Assange, the WikiLeaks founder, faces immediate arrest the moment he leaves the Ecuadorean embassy in central London, even if he is granted political asylum, police and British government officials have indicated.
Thousands of vulnerable victims of persistent antisocial behaviour, including many who are disabled, are still "slipping through the net", the chief inspector of constabulary has warned.
Britain and America are willing to offer the Syrian president, Bashar al-Assad, safe passage – and even clemency – as part of a diplomatic push to convene a UN-sponsored conference in Geneva on political transition in Syria.