Topic: United Kingdom
Dozens of airports around Europe have been closed and flights canceled because of the volcanic ash spewed from Iceland. Cars and buses are driving around Europe, so why can't jets fly through volcanic ash clouds?
04/16/2010 03:11 pm
Ryanair has announced it is canceling most of its flights until Monday due to the uncertain path of the Iceland volcano ash cloud.
04/16/2010 02:23 pm
Gold is what investors buy when they suspect that financial policymakers are making mistakes. If we're on the road to recovery, why do they continue to buy gold?
04/16/2010 02:16 pm
Liberal Democrats' leader Nick Clegg bested Prime Minister Gordon Brown and Conservative Partly leader David Cameron in the first of three televised presidential-style debates ahead of the British election on May 6.
04/16/2010 12:20 pm
The volcanic ash cloud over Europe continued to delay flights across the continent on Friday. The ash cloud is affecting the Afghanistan war. Scientists say that the cloud could continue to last for weeks, or even months. Airports in the United Kingdom will remain closed until at least 1 a.m. on Saturday.
04/16/2010 11:20 am
With consumer prices down 3 percent, Ireland is seeing a tough but necessary restructuring through deflation.
04/16/2010 03:20 am
Ash cloud from Iceland's spewing volcano halted air traffic across a wide swath of Europe on Thursday.
04/15/2010 07:49 pm
And you thought FarmVille on Facebook was free? Not for everyone.
04/15/2010 04:37 pm
The death toll in China's earthquake topped 600 on Thursday, as rescue teams pulled 1,000 survivors from the rubble but struggled with the high altitude and lack of heavy equipment.
04/15/2010 11:06 am
Terrorism & Security Gunfire at pro-Bakiyev rally sparks concern of more violence after Kyrgyzstan coup
Bodyguards of deposed Kyrgyzstan President Bakiyev fired shots at a rally in the southern city of Osh. His refusal to leave the country since the Kyrgyzstan coup could provoke more violence.
04/15/2010 09:50 am