Sep 3, 2015
Guatemalan President Otto Perez Molina has resigned in the face of a corruption scandal that has brought his government to the brink, a spokesman said early Thursday. ....[AP News]»
Asian markets close mostly higher on Thursday, led by a strong performance in Japanese stocks after U.S. markets restored some stability to a region rocked by volatility. ...[MarketWatch]»
Stocks across Europe rise, with the volatile markets in China closed and as investors wait to find out whether the ECB is considering pumping more stimulus into the eurozone economy ...[MarketWatch]»
Crude oil futures are lower, but the market was less volatile with Chinese traders away from their desks for national holidays and global markets holding steady. ...[MarketWatch]»
More people are being displaced from their homes each year and this is unlikely to change, research shows. ...[MarketWatch]»
Sep 2, 2015
Suicide bomber and car bomb target mosque in Sanaa frequented by both Shias and Sunnis, killing at least 20 worshippers. ...[Al Jazeera]»
US president secures support of 34 senators, enough to block any attempt by Congress to scupper nuclear deal with Iran. ...[Al Jazeera]»
Priests will be allowed to forgive women for abortions if they show a "contrite heart" during the Holy Year of Mercy. ...[Al Jazeera]»
A judge in the eastern U.S. city of Baltimore has refused to dismiss charges against six police officers in the death an African-American man who died while in police custody. ... ...[VOA News]»
As the drought continues for another year in southern California, more and more people, including Jan Muntz, are replacing all or parts of their yards with unconventional garden plants. ... ...[VOA News]»
U.S. stock futures were trading higher Wednesday, as investors digested a report showing solid job gains in the private sector as well as a sharp upward revision to productivity growth. ...[MarketWatch]»
Sep 1, 2015
Evidence of blood cancer was found in the 7,000-year-old skeleton (pictured), which was discovered in the Neolithic graveyard of Stuttgart-Mühlhausen in Germany. ...[DailyMail]»
A new investigation by a US tech website also suggests that female robots were programmed to send millions of fake messages in a 'sophisticated, deliberate, and lucrative fraud'. ...[DailyMail]»
Researchers from the UK have reported on a man who they believe has been shedding a mutated form of a vaccine-derived polio virus in his feces for 28 years. ...[Medical News Today]»
A new study examines data from over 7,000 women to evaluate the risk factors among younger women that are associated with cardiovascular disease. ...[Medical News Today]»
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Italian energy group Eni says it has found one of the world's largest natural gas fields off Egypt's coast. ....[BBC News] »
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European stocks slide as factory activity in China slips to a three-year low and manufacturing data in the eurozone comes in mixed. ...[Mark...
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