Munich prosecutors said Audi CEO Rupert Stadler was being detained due to concerns he might hinder an ongoing investigation into the scandal.
Gonen Segev previously served a jail sentence for smuggling ecstasy tablets.
With the U.S. and South Korea suspending joint military exercises, Newsweek looks at the military forces facing off on the Korean Peninsula.
Andrew Medina was not fired for the incidents, against the advice of a disciplinary panel.
Nikki Haley, the U.S. ambassador to the United Nations, publicly told the Council a year ago that Washington might leave the body unless a “chronic anti-Israel bias” were removed.
Police found the remains while conducting a welfare check.
Democrats have targeted more than a dozen Republican-held seats in California and New Jersey alone.
Prosecutors have asked a judge to revoke Manafort’s release order.
Arizona police are now linking the suspect behind the murder of a renowned forensic psychiatrist to at lease two other killings.
The race was halted after police pursued a suspect onto the roof of a parking structure near the race finish line.
The incident occurred in the early hours of the morning in a Denver nightclub.
“Maybe 100,000 women in the United States alone do not require chemotherapy,” breast cancer expert Dr. Larry Norton said.
The president allegedly kept on raising the possibility of arming teachers in meeting with parents of the victims.
The first lady has not been seen in public for 22 days.
Ukraine last week faked the murder of a Russian journalist to thwart what it said was a plot on his life