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++++++++++++++++++++ || ++++++++++++++++++++ || || || ++++++++++++++++++++ || After a rough Tuesday, domestic equities nevertheless mostly managed to struggle back to even. Hurt by the year's first triple-digit one-day downdraft, the Dow was left...
KATERINI, Greece (AP) — Hammered by the financial crisis that has led to ever diminishing income, a group of residents in northern Greece have joined forces with potato farmers to slash consumer prices and ensure producers can get their crop to...
Tags: Potatoes, Financial Markets, Consumers
email@example.comU.S. Sen. John Thune hammered away at the need for reducing the soaring federal deficit at a town hall meeting in Aberdeen on Tuesday. "Congress keeps putting off the big issues, like deficit reduction, and I don't think we have that luxury," said...
Eurozone reaches deal on $170 billion Greek bailout, cuts debt to 120.5 percent of GDP by 2020 BRUSSELS (AP) — Greece won a second massive financial bailout in the early hours of Tuesday morning when its partners in the 17-country eurozone...
The design behind the Village of Cypress, the latest in the Irvine Co. village-concept communities in Irvine, is something between a comfortable neighborhood and resort-style living, company officials said. The first of 1,677 brand-new apartments and...
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There is an ad I see occasionally where a guy playing the role of an auto mechanic, holding an oil filter for a car, dryly says, “Pay me now or pay me later.” Meaning, of course, that it is a lot smarter to buy a filter and get an oil change...
Tags: Politics, Crimes, Vehicles, Social Security, Elections
NEW YORK (AP) -- The stock market got a big jump on a better year. Stocks rose sharply Tuesday in the first trading of 2012 as investors returned from the holiday and found encouraging economic reports from the United States and around the world. The...
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KIAHThieves broke into the largest art museum in Greece Monday and stole three priceless works of art-- including a Pablo Picasso painting. That painting, "Woman's Head," was presented to the Greek people in 1946 to commemorate their resistance against...
Tags: Arts, Athens (Greece), Theft, FBI, Arts and Culture
CNNMoneyApple's value on the stock market briefly rose to $400 billion on Thursday, a record high for what was already the world's most valuable technology company. The company's market cap slipped below the $400 billion mark by midday as Apple's stock fell back...
Chicago Tribune reporterATHENS (Reuters) - The Greek parliament approved a deeply unpopular austerity bill to secure a second EU/IMF bailout and avoid national bankruptcy, as buildings burned across central Athens and violence spread around the country. Cinemas, cafes, shops...
NEW YORK (AP) — Natural gas prices are rebounding from 10-year lows as producers cut back and colder weather forces homeowners to turn up the heat. The price of natural gas futures rose Tuesday for the third straight trading day, adding 2 cents at...
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