Armed with a decisive referendum result rejecting austerity, Greece now enters a crucial negotiating week with one familiar face missing.
U.S. stocks remained largely unchanged Monday after Greeks overwhelmingly rejected austerity measures over the weekend.
The 2015 FIFA Women's World Cup final match between the U.S. and Japan garnered an estimated 15.2 in overnight ratings — trumping the 1999 World Cup final.
Hong Kong shares saw their biggest one-day fall in three years as concerns about the future of the European Union dominated the Hang Seng index.
Iranian officials say the country's oil exports could reach 2.3 million barrels a day should the West remove sanctions in a deal over Tehran's nuclear program.
Jordanian security forces have allegedly foiled a plot to carry out attacks on Saudi targets in the country. The suspect was detained with 100 pounds of explosives.
Calhoun College, one of Yale's 12 residential schools, is named after 1804 alumnus John C. Calhoun — "one of the most prolific defenders of slavery in American history."
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