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  • FDA to strengthen rules on imported foods

    FDA to strengthen rules on imported foods
    In an effort to avoid illness outbreaks from imported foods, the U.S. Food and Drug Administration has proposed new rules that would require importers to verify that their suppliers' standards are on par with those of domestic growers and processors....
  • Fed communication, timing key to reduce risk of stimulus exit: IMF

    Fed communication, timing key to reduce risk of stimulus exit: IMF
    WASHINGTON -- Clear communication and proper timing are key to the Federal Reserve ending its unprecedented stimulus efforts without damaging the improving U.S. economic recovery, the International Monetary Fund said Friday. With Fed policymakers set to...
  • Lawmakers in Catalonia demand referendum on independence from Spain

    Lawmakers in Catalonia demand referendum on independence from Spain
    MADRID -- Lawmakers in the northeastern Spanish region of Catalonia voted Thursday to demand powers to hold a referendum on independence from Spain, ramping up their confrontation with a central government determined to avoid the breakup of the country....
  • U.S., EU resume negotiations on free trade agreement

    U.S., EU resume negotiations on free trade agreement
    LONDON – European and U.S. officials resumed negotiations Monday on a trans-Atlantic free trade agreement despite angry protests in Europe over American electronic spying and threats to call off the talks. The five-day discussion in Brussels had...
  • Merkel's conservatives strike power-sharing deal with German rivals

    Merkel's conservatives strike power-sharing deal with German rivals
    LONDON -- More than two months after voters cast their ballots, Germany took a major step toward finally forming a government Wednesday after leaders of the main political parties agreed on a common agenda that Chancellor Angela Merkel said would solidify...
  • Ireland first to emerge from financial bailout

    Ireland first to emerge from financial bailout
    LONDON – After three difficult years, Ireland is to emerge from its financial bailout program Sunday, the first nation to do so out of the five Eurozone countries that have had to seek rescue funds from international lenders. But official relief...
  • As EU doors open, Bulgarian and Romanian migrants see minds closing

    BERLIN — The last time she checked, Katya Tasheva had the normal number of limbs and eyes. So she feels a nasty shock of non-recognition, she says, when German news reports warn of a coming invasion of people like her — Bulgarians — as...
  • No union, no pound, British official warns Scots backing independence

    LONDON – Escalating the fight against secession, the British government warned Thursday that Scotland would lose the right to continue using the pound as its currency if voters there say yes to a historic referendum on independence this fall....
  • Italy's new prime minister, Matteo Renzi, 39, is sworn in

    Italy's new prime minister, Matteo Renzi, 39, is sworn in
    ROME -- Matteo Renzi, 39, was sworn in as Italy’s youngest ever prime minister Saturday alongside the most youthful Cabinet of ministers ever to govern Italy, half of whom are women. Renzi, the former mayor of Florence, has no political experience...
  • Angela Merkel is sworn in for a third term as German chancellor

    LONDON — She’s once, twice, three times a chancellor: Angela Merkel, Germany’s first female leader, was sworn in Tuesday for her third term, underlining her dominance on the political scene in Europe’s biggest economy. Merkel,...
  • Poll: We're still shying away from investing in stocks

    Poll: We're still  shying away from investing in stocks
    The stock market has rebounded since it plummeted during the Great Recession, yet three fourths of Americans are still shying away from investing in stocks, according to a new poll from Palm Beach County-based Bankrate.com Only 18 percent are more...