Robin Gibb Of The Bee Gees Dies At 62

Robin Gibb, a member of the fraternal trio that created some of the most recognizable sounds of the disco era as the Bee Gees, died Sunday in Oxfordshire, England. He was 62.

NATO Chicago 2012: Leaders Meet Amid Protests, Bombings And Alleged Terror Plot

NATO leaders met in Chicago on Sunday to discuss a way out of a wavering commitment in Afghanistan, amid the backdrop of a city brimming with protesters, a foiled terrorist plot, a bombing that killed two NATO soldiers, and President Barack Obama's own misgivings about the military action in Afghanistan laid bare in a lengthy New York Times report.

Merkel Open To Measures To Revive Greece

German Chancellor Angela Merkel appeared to soften her stand on Greece Wednesday night, saying she was ready to discuss stimulus programs to get the Greek economy growing again and that she was committed to keeping Greece in the euro zone.

JPMorgan's 'London Whale' To Be Gone By Year-End: Report

Bruno Iksil, the trader behind the $2-billion-and-counting loss at New York-based banking giant JPMorgan Chase and Co. (NYSE: JPM) that has been the talk of New York and Washington for the past few days, will be leaving the bank within the year, the New York Times' Dealbook blog reported Wednesday.