ECB To Continue With Easy Monetary Policy As Long As Needed To Boost Recovery, While Latest Data Show Industrial Production Declined In November
Those expecting a quick tightening of monetary policy in 2014 will encounter a sobering reality.
Some of these carriers, with dismal safety records, reportedly have transported school bands, Boy Scouts and senior citizens.
Facebook's stock jumped after its inclusion to the S&P indexes, which puts it in the league of the largest US companies.
A fall in imports of the precious metal helped Asia's third-largest economy post a sharp annual decline in its trade deficit.
NASA Unveils Valkyrie, A New Super Humanoid: The 6.2-Foot "She" Robot Designed For DARPA Trials Could Feature In Future Mars Missions
Valkyrie, NASA's female-looking robot, would compete with other robots like Atlas and Thor in DARPA Robotic Trials.
Low energy prices helped Germany's consumer inflation rate to hold steady in the month of November.
Both accused men were charged with felony grand theft and two misdemeanors and face more than four years in jail if convicted.
The transaction is expected have a negative impact on the group’s operating income in the fourth quarter.
Italy’s Economy Stops Contracting, Industrial Production In UK Tops Expectation, While France Production Falls Unexpectedly
Data on industrial production from around Europe painted a mixed picture about the health of the region's economy.
Nuclear Power Industry Needs "Black Box" Similar To Those Used In Aviation Industry To Avoid Nuclear Disasters: Fukushima Investigator
Regulators around the world should use a common language and standard procedures to address nuclear disasters, an independent investigator said.
Fannie Mae, Freddie Mac To Hike Mortgage Guarantee Fees; Reduces Adverse Market Fee Of 25 Bps In All States Except Four
The move would result in an average 11-basis-point increase in guarantee fees, and help private players.
Leading Tech Companies Announce Public Campaign Against NSA Surveillance; In Open Letter To Obama, Congress Urges Reform Of NSA Practices
The latest public revolt comes at a time when Obama is planning to introduce sweeping changes to the NSA and laws governing the agency.
Aron Ralston, who inspired the Academy Award-nominated 2010 movie "127 Hours," was arrested in Denver.
Germany’s exports to EU member states grew by 2.1 percent while imports rose by 3.1 percent.
The findings further intensify a debate on the causes and role of global warming, and its impact on changing weather patterns across the globe.
A surprise consumer inflation reading in China in November eased fears about immediate policy tightening.
In combination with other antiviral drugs, Sovaldi was found to significantly reduce the treatment period.
American War Veteran Merrill Newman Returns Home After North Korea Deports Him On Humanitarian Grounds
Rogue regime says Newman apologized for his offenses.
Boeing To Decide Location Of its $10 Billion 777X Jetliner Project By Early January; Wants Site Near Major Airport, Highway, Rail links
Boeing handed out a long wish list that states will need to meet if they want to attract the company and the jobs it brings with it.
Paul Walker Death: Police Arrest A Teen For Stealing Part Of Car Wreckage From The Crash That Killed "Fast & Furious Actor
A second suspect is making arrangements to surrender himself and criminal charges will be filed against both suspects.
Fukushima Radioactive Water Leak: Construction Of Giant Water Tanks At Nuclear Plant Involved Illegal Labor, Substandard Work
The use of laborers hired by a third-party or unregistered contractor is illegal according to Japanese law.
The new 2015 Mustang retains the key design elements of its predecessor, but comes equipped with modern technology and a global design.
India To Contest For 2021-22 UNSC Non-Permanent Member Post, After Afghanistan Withdrew Its Candidature In India's Favor
India's candidature for the coveted seat comes less than a year after its latest term at the UNSC ended.
Pentagon Staff Downsizing To Affect 20% Of Workforce; Hagel Warns Sequestration Could Result In Further Abrupt Job Cuts
Further staff reductions cannot be ruled out as Congress debates 2014 spending bill.
FDA Issues Warning Against Philips Cardiac Defibrillators; But Advises To Keep Faulty Devices Until Replacement Arrives
The FDA has warned that certain devices made by the electronics giant may not work in a cardiac emergency situation.
Facebook Introduces "Unfollow" Button; Tweaks Algorithm To Show More Links To News Articles And Fewer Memes In Timeline Feed
With new algorithms, Facebook will now help clean up your profile page so you only read stuff you really care about.
The stimulus package does not require the government to take on fresh debt and will be funded by tax revenues.
Australian economic growth in the third quarter of 2013 fell short of expectations.
A news report citing unnamed sources claims the driver of the ill-fated commuter train may have fallen asleep at the controls.
The Chinese currency edged up in October to rank behind the U.S. dollar while the euro’s share dropped.