The Dow gained 143 points to end at 11153. Traders worried about Europe's debt problems were relieved that Germany passed a measure to expand the powers of a regional bailout fund.
09/29/2011 06:36 pm
The Dow Jones industrial average fell 179 points to 11010 as investors worried about Europe's ability to contain its debt crisis
09/29/2011 10:26 am
'The X-Factor,' another singing reality competition, debuts Wednesday. At what point will the US public hit singing TV saturation? Not yet, suggest experts and critics.
09/21/2011 08:19 pm
At a meeting of European finance ministers in Poland, leaders largely rejected proposals from Treasury Secretary Timothy Geithner on how to rescue the ailing eurozone.
09/16/2011 06:37 pm
Few remember the name Albert Szent-Gyorgyi, but he discovered vitamin C. Google honors the Hungarian scientist-turned-freedom-fighter-turned-covert-diplomat today with a citrus-packed doodle.
09/16/2011 10:45 am
Cell phones in hands of more than 5 billion people, United Nations says. But mobile Internet growing much faster than cell phones: 160 percent last year alone.
09/15/2011 09:23 pm
Denmark's election Thursday is the first national poll in northern Europe to gauge appeal for radical politics since the Norway killings carried out by far-right extremist Anders Behring Breivik.
09/14/2011 05:25 pm
Gifted students in US public schools can be overlooked and unappreciated. Parents, looking for better options, have begun to find some.
08/31/2011 02:43 pm
An act before Congress, designed to help gifted students, could help when it comes to learning math.
08/31/2011 02:38 pm
In an effort to combat gender stereotypes, a government-funded preschool in Stockholm has eliminated the use of gendered pronouns.
08/25/2011 05:22 pm