Meeting last week in Luxembourg, European Union energy ministers agreed to ban filament light bulbs across all 27 member states. The decision comes just a few days before the EU will lift duties on energy-efficient bulbs imported from China, a move that is expected to bring down their prices.
World markets responded positively Monday to new initiatives emerging from meetings in Washington and Paris.
Clashes between government forces and Tutsi rebels could force 30,000 people from their homes in eastern Congo.
Europeans blame economic mess on US 'anything goes' capitalism as Iceland faces a full meltdown.
Federal funding for research has been falling in real terms. Is the nation's economic edge at stake?
Federal funding for research has been falling in real terms. Is the nation’s economic edge at stake?
South Korean officials recall M&M's and Snickers, as China's production standards improve.