A new Greek parliament was sworn in on Saturday, and the debt-racked eurozone country faces immensely unpopular measures to free up more aid.
The generation that grew up online, and entered the job market after the financial crisis, has had to adjust to a new economic reality.
Presidential candidate Hillary Clinton advocates no-fly zones and humanitarian aid, but President Barack Obama has balked, citing logistical concerns.
The White House issued a statement expressing sorrow over the loss of life in Saturday's bombing at a Doctors Without Borders hospital in Kunduz, Afghanistan.
Hundreds remained missing as hope dimmed there would be any more survivors found.
Despite Volkswagen’s lack of communication with dealers about when the car fixes will come, dealers from Ohio to Florida said they aren’t sweating a significant loss of sales.
Father of shooter says son apparently had mental issues.
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