News Headlines - 26 June 2015

Statement by the Press Secretary on Attacks in France, Kuwait, and Tunisia | whitehouse.gov

The United States condemns in the strongest terms the terrorist attacks in France, Kuwait, and Tunisia today. Our thoughts and prayers are with the victims of these heinous attacks, their loved ones, and the people of all three countries. As the President has discussed with his French, Kuwaiti, and Tunisian counterparts in recent weeks, we are resolute and united in our shared effort to fight the scourge of terrorism.

Same-Sex Plaintiffs to Be 'Treated Equally' | Al Jazeera America

In a 5-4 vote, the U.S. Supreme Court held that the 14th Amendment requires equal access to marriage for same-sex and opposite-sex couples. Using that rationale, gay-rights supporters and constitutional lawyers say, will make it increasingly difficult for courts to permit any laws that discriminate against gay people.

Bank of England's Mark Carney said many traders are unaware of ethics | Herald Scotland

Bank of England Governor Mark Carney has warned many finance workers are unaware of the standards of conduct expected in the wake of the Libor rigging scandals.

Steve Wozniak Robots: Steve Wozniak Says Humans Will Become Robot Pets

Apple co-founder Steve Wozniak believes we will become the pets of robots in the future after they surpass human intelligence and take over the world.

Video: Goodwood Festival of Speed 2015: mile world record smashed for driving on two wheels - Telegraph

The 2015 Goodwood Festival of Speed, which runs from June 26-29, is one of the world's finest motorsport events, with a hillclimb competition combined with displays of modern and classic cars and bikes, plus unrivalled access to the drivers and riders that helped to make them famous.








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