9 Dead In Germany Train Collision

About 150 people were injured after two passenger trains collided head-on early Tuesday in the southern state of Bavaria.

Don’t Expect Oil Prices To Rise Soon, IEA Warns

As OPEC members Iran, Iraq and Saudi Arabia ramp up production in 2016, growth in demand for oil is likely to "ease back considerably."

Global Panic Fuels Bond Price Surge

On Tuesday, as investors scrambled toward safe-haven assets, yields on longer-term Japanese bonds fell below zero for the first time in history.

Sanders, Trump Lead Ahead Of NH Primary

After a tight race in Iowa, Sen. Bernie Sanders has a significant lead over Hillary Clinton in New Hampshire.

Over 1 Million Syrians Trapped In Besieged Areas

A new report says 1.09 million are living in 46 besieged communities in Syria, in a challenge to the U.N., which estimates half that number.

Viacom To Sell Snapchat Ads In Multiyear Deal

The move could help Snapchat attract more big advertisers to the millennial-focused platform, the Wall Street Journal reported.

Obama Seeks Emergency Funds To Fight Zika

The U.S. president will call for $1.8 billion in emergency funding to combat the mosquito-borne disease that has been linked to severe birth defects in Brazil.
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Thirst For Coffee Sparks Supply Worries

Rising demand for premium coffee could mean supply shortages in the future. Figures from the International Coffee Organization suggest overall coffee production is already lagging demand.

A Force Awakens

Thanks to the latest “Star Wars” epic, CEO Bob Iger has Disney’s finances back on track. But the company’s ESPN property remains a worry for investors.

Should Digital Media Block The Blockers?

Some think plummeting ad rates and fraud prove digital advertising is a mess that needs to be blown up and started all over again.

Pay This Fee, Or Go To Jail

Police departments around the U.S. are using license plate scanners to find scofflaws or criminals. Some are also letting the device suppliers slap drivers with mandatory fees.

Why They Joined ISIS

Caught in a desperate situation, two Iraqi men turned to the Islamic State group for money and a sense of belonging, only to be imprisoned by Kurdish security forces.