• On-Screen Boozing Tied to Kids' Binge Drinking

    How much drinking kids and teens had seen in recent movies was linked to the chances they overdid it on alcohol themselves in a new study from six European countries.
  • The entrance of the Dotcom Mansion, home of accused Kim Dotcom, is seen in Coatesville

    Megaupload.com a Story of Dotcom Boom and Bust

    Kim Dotcom, also known as Kim Schmitz and Kim Tim Jim Investor, spent his 38th birthday on Saturday in a New Zealand jail after 70 police personnel raided his country estate at the request of the U.S. FBI, which alleges Dotcom masterminded a criminal -- and highly profitable -- copyright-infringement operation.
  • German Chancellor Merkel speaks during news conference after talks with Italian Prime Minister Mario Monti at Chancellery in Berlin

    Eurozone Leaders Vow to Work Faster to Fix Crisis

    European leaders promised on Saturday to speed up plans to strengthen spending rules and get a permanent bailout fund up and running as soon as possible, a day after U.S. agency S&P cut the ratings of several euro zone countries' creditworthiness.
  • Merkel vows faster eurozone reform after S&P downgrades

    European leaders promised on Saturday to speed up plans to strengthen spending rules and get a permanent bailout fund up and running as soon as possible, a day after U.S. agency S&P cut the ratings of several euro zone countries' creditworthiness.
  • German Chancellor and leader of the Christian Democratic Party (CDU) Merkel gestures as she addresses the media during a party convention in Kiel.

    Europe Must Move Quickly in the Wake of S&P Downgrades: Merkel

    Credit-rating downgrades in the Eurozone by Standard & Poor's underline why Europe must seal a pact to tighten fiscal rules quickly and get its permanent bailout fund up and running as soon as possible, German Chancellor Angela Merkel said on Saturday.