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  • Pain now or pain later? Europeans prefer putting it off

     
    With more than half of the 17 Eurozone countries slipping back into recession in recent months and popular discontent reaching a crescendo, overseers of the European common currency may be more likely to heed the hurting countries' calls for stimulus...
  • Greek leftists flirt with bailing on the bailout, no immediate takers

     
    Leftist politicians changed the conversation in Greece Tuesday from what further sacrifices the heavily indebted Balkan nation needs to make to stay in the Eurozone to bailing on the common currency and reneging on promises to make deeper spending cuts...
  • A post-elections reality check in the Eurozone

     
    Goodbye, campaign - Hello, reality. The headline in Monday's Sueddeutsche Zeitung, one of Germany's most influential newspapers, couldn't have said it better in looking at the realistic alternatives Europeans have for reining in spending to protect...
  • European Central Bank to buy bonds of several troubled nations

     
    The European Central Bank announced Thursday that it would buy the bonds of financially flailing countries such as Spain and Italy in unlimited quantities if necessary to keep their borrowing costs down, in an unprecedented move to keep a lid on the...
  • Greek leader asks Germany for 'more room to breathe'

     
    Greek Prime Minister Antonis Samaras asked for more time from Berlin on Friday to implement the deep austerity measures required of it under the terms of its financial bailout. German Chancellor Angela Merkel insisted that Athens stick to its commitments....
  • Greek anti-austerity protesters clash with police in Athens

     
    Protesters clash with police in downtown Athens; Greek government cuts labelled unfair and a burden on the poor....
  • California sees record gas prices as police deal with fuel bandits

     
    California gas prices hit record highs, and police have been dealing with scattered cases in recent weeks of gas thieves. California's average gasoline price set a record Saturday of $4.614 for a gallon of regular, up 12.8 cents overnight. Several......
  • As gas prices hit record high, police probe 1,000-gallon theft

     
    With gasoline prices in California setting new record highs, police in one Northern California community are dealing with gas thieves. Police in Roseville are looking for gasoline thieves who struck two stations, taking nearly 1,000 gallons of the...
  • European Union wins Nobel Peace Prize

     
    The Nobel Peace Prize was awarded to the European Union in recognition of its work in bringing peace and reconciliation to a continent riven by two world wars....
  • Deepening recession heats up talk of Greece exiting Eurozone

     
    Global Focus: As the Economist recalled this week, the Eurozone was supposed to be “a Hotel California that you can never leave.” Now, with much of the continent, including Greece, mired in recession, that hopeful vision of affluence does seem...
  • Eurozone officials finalize terms of Spain bank bailout

     
    Finance ministers from the Eurozone on Friday finalized the terms of a massive bailout package for Spain's ailing banking system. Rescue loans worth up to $122 billion will be made available to Spain's banks, which have been hit hard by the country's...