The G-20 ended with growing global pressure on German chancellor Angela Merkel to work toward a long-term solution for Europe's sinking economies.
Greece's emerging government is expected to ask for more time to implement austerity measures. Germany is saying no. One side will have to back down.
Greece's New Democracy party, which favors meeting European Union bailout demands, won the largest percentage of votes and is preparing to form a coalition.
Greeks vote Sunday in an election that many say could determine whether it stays in the eurozone. The prospect of a departure has much of Europe on edge.
His lawyers have made initial moves to demand information from the U.S. Anti-Doping Agency and appear to be preparing to fight the charges in the press as well.
French first lady tweet: Valerie Trierweiler, French President François Hollande's partner, has riled the political class with a tweet that she's backing the opponent of Hollande's ex-partner Segolene Royal.
The newly-crowned French Open ladies champion will lead her native country's contingent into London's Olympic stadium next month.
Leftist parties performed strongly in Round 1 of France's parliamentary elections yesterday, setting up President François Hollande to have wide latitude in governing.
Tomorrow's parliamentary elections in France will determine if President François Hollande will face a divided government that could challenge his agenda.
In a news conference, President Obama capped a tough political week by blaming Congress (again) for failing to pass his jobs plan and urging Europe to address its financial crisis.