As of May 13, the volcanic ash cloud from Iceland has shrunk substantially over the past two days, allowing dozens of airports in Europe to reopen and restoring flights to normal.
05/13/2010 05:01 pm
Governments around the world are throwing money at the looming European financial crisis. Not only is this not a debt solution but may have international implications.
05/13/2010 10:15 am
Metals like gold and silver have become a core holding for more investors as they focus on the risks that lie in sovereign balance sheets. The gold price was as high as $1,245.80 per ounce Wednesday.
05/12/2010 07:29 pm
Once you figure out how fast distant galaxies are moving and how far away they are, then you can calculate when the Big Bang occurred.
05/12/2010 07:24 pm
New UK Prime Minister David Cameron led his Conservative Party out of the political wilderness by moving his party to the center -- and further away from their American cousins in the Republican Party.
05/12/2010 06:15 pm
Turkey moved closer to becoming a nuclear energy nation after inking a deal with visiting Russian President Dmitry Medvedev to build a nuclear power plant on the Mediterranean coast.
05/12/2010 05:35 pm
The Greek bailout package sets the stage for far greater problems down the road.
05/12/2010 12:55 pm
An Afriqiyah Airline jet carrying 104 people crashed on arrival at Tripoli's airport. The Libya plane crash killed all but one of the passengers, a young Dutch boy.
05/12/2010 11:48 am
The US is pushing an EU bailout while Europe should worry about the consequences.
05/12/2010 11:40 am
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