Colombians' patience is wearing thin as fighting continues to threaten the remainder of the long peace process.
By raising the "haircut" on the collateral Greek banks must hold, the European Central Bank effectively limited their solvency.
If the banks don’t open this week, “we will get by growing vegetables,” one man said.
Developments in Iran, China, the U.S. and Greece combined to hammer global crude oil prices.
“Ideas that are part of Democratic orthodoxy are an anathema to Republicans, and vice versa," pollster said.
The 2015 FIFA Women's World Cup final match between the U.S. and Japan drew an estimated 22 million viewers — trumping the 1999 World Cup final.
Iranian officials say the country's oil exports could reach 2.3 million barrels a day should the West remove sanctions.
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