The 31-year-old has two more seasons left on his contract, but Scholes is not sure the England captain will see out his deal at Old Trafford and said playing largely in cup games would be "killing" him. "It's been a massive improvement from what we've seen in the last couple of years", the former England midfielder said about Mourinho's reign. However, should United sign the French star but not strengthen these other areas, it might still end up being another season of fighting for the top four.
The beer maker says it will be available for all of its almost 1,000 employees. It's hoped the scheme will help dogs settle into their new homes while their owner is around, making them feel at ease sooner. Also, dogs are a lot of work! And for those who bring home more traditional members of the family, the company claims it has "enhanced paternity and maternity pay".
Drivers in the 19- to 24-year-old range were most likely to consider running red lights to be acceptable. In 2015, USA traffic deaths rose 7% to 35,092, the largest single-year increase in five decades. If you're reading this while stopped at a red light, you might be part of the problem. Maryland's law prohibits handheld cell phone use while driving, but there are plenty of other risky distractions that may not get you pulled over, but certainly put your life at risk.
To be fair, the 007 films were glorified remakes of each other encased in specific sub-genres or current popular trends. Heavy-handed at times, this is not a fun movie and you'll leave feeling a little battered and bruised yourself. This implies that Laura isn't the only one being experimented on, although whether the other kids are a part of the same tests to replicate Wolverine or not can't be determined.
The policeman denies any wrongdoing. A 27 year old protester and member of the left-wing Revolutionary Party, Cecile Rimboud, said:"The injustice is that we have a young man who was raped by people who call themselves representatives of the forces of law and order".
Princess Cristina, the sister of Spain's King Felipe VI, has been acquitted in an alleged embezzlement scheme - but her husband was found guilty Friday, as a court handed down a prison sentence of more than six years to Iñaki Urdangarín for an assortment of crimes.