Saturday, October 25, 2014 As of 10:39 PM EDT
China's crackdown on corruption at the local level may jeopardize the growth of economies at the regional level.
Unlikely Partners In Tackling Ebola: US And Cuba
American Teenage Girls Try To Join ISIS
Can Latino Voters Make A Difference In Midterm Elections?
Scientology Leaders Go Berserk In Viral Video
No Autopsy In Joan Rivers' Death
Obama Considers Backing Bush-Era Reading Of Torture Treaty
Ebola 'Becoming More Contagious,' Experts Fear
Rome Mayor Recognizes 16 Same-Sex Marriages
4 Big Mistakes That Made Ebola Worse
Argentina Seeks Domestic Lenders In $1 Billion Bond Sale
After years of economic woe, Argentina has announced another domestic bond sale this year that it hopes will raise $1 billion.
EU's Juncker Pledges Investment Plan For Jobs
Germany, Europe's dominant economy, is resisting calls for it to spend more to kick-start growth.
How Ebola Could Create A Food Crisis
In some places, people are paying three times as much for ordinary foods.
Corruption Fight More Important Than Economic Growth: China
Can Afghanistan’s Minerals Save Its Economy?
Afghanistan has a trillion dollars worth of assets, but security and corruption concerns dissuade would-be investors.
Income Inequality Doesn't Harm Upward Mobility, Scholars Argue
The popular notion that income inequality hinders the poor and middle classes from achieving the American dream may be wrong.
Africa’s Economy On Cusp Of Giga-GDP Growth
This may be Africa’s moment: Consider that mining may be one of the least of its many potentially lucrative assets and attributes.
What's Bothering Your Country? Here Are The Top Economic Concerns Around The World [MAP]
In 18 of 25 emerging markets, citizens say rising prices are 'gravest' economic concern.
Venezuela Anti-Government Rally Turns Violent [PHOTOS]
Young Venezuelans have taken to the streets of Caracas to protest President Nicolas Maduro.
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