The New York Times says the economy is "surprisingly normal."
Today marks the third anniversary of the disappearance of former FBI agent Robert Levinson on Kish Island in Iran.
A look at the wave of debt crises spreading around the globe.
GlobalPost and the Fayetteville Observer are reportedly close to rolling out pay software called Press+.
While dismissing many of the allegations made in Richard Goldstone's UN report on the war, Israel has reportedly disciplined two high-ranking officers for ordering the use of controversial white phosphorus during its invasion of Gaza in early 2009.
Heading into this week's summit of Afghan allies in London, the top US general in Afghanistan said he supported President Hamid Karzai's plan to reach out to the Taliban.
Gen. Stanley McChrystal, the commander of US forces in Afghanistan, told the Financial Times that high-level political negotiations with the Taliban could help bring an end to the conflict.
The newspaper announced today that it would begin charging frequent visitors for access to nytimes.com.