Eurozone conracts by 0.2 percent for the second quarter. Germany manages a slightly better-than-expected 0.3 percent, while debt-laden euro nations shrink.
The wonderfully entertaining story of the spies who made D-Day possible is both improbable and true.
Spanish officials have arrested three suspected Al Qaeda operatives. They say the militants were planning an attack in Spain or possibly other European countries.
Unlike recent past hosts of the Olympic Games, London has nothing to prove to anyone. Yet it has paid handsomely to hold the Games – for reasons that go beyond mere prestige.
Spain bailout concerns have rattled markets in recent days. But stock markets rose after the European Central Bank hinted that it could intervene to lower the nation's borrowing costs, reducing the potential for a full-blown Spain bailout.
Julian Assange hired human rights champion Baltazar Garzón to defend his case in court.
France's economy is hanging by a thread – and French President Hollande is reaching for the scissors.
Dow falls 101 points as concerns about Spain's borrowing costs and China's growth rise. Spain bans short-selling.
Stock market falls 1 percent or more in much of Asia and Europe. US stock market set for sharp drop, too.
French Open men's champion Rafael Nadal says an injury will keep him from competing this month in London.