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  • European markets sink as Germany warns of 'serious situation' for euro

     
    On a bad day for markets worldwide, the euro is getting trashed as investors and traders take a dim view of the European Union’s planned bailout of Ireland -- fearing that it’s just a prelude to bailouts of other financially......
  • ISRAEL: As fires ravage the Carmel, there are helping hands -- and some finger-pointing

     
    Israel is burning. Since Thursday, raging flames have ravaged the Carmel, devastating one of the country's largest and most scenic forest expanses. Blown out of control by high winds that haven't let up in days, the fire has its own......
  • Stocks: What was hot, and not, in foreign markets in 2010

     
    Stocks mostly advanced worldwide in 2010, but there were wide disparities in performance. And the rising tide of global economic recovery didn't lift all boats. Generally, fast-growing emerging-market economies also boasted the hottest equity markets,...
  • X Questions: Grouplove's Hannah Hooper

     
    With all due respect to Tom Hanks, 2010 was Hannah Hooper’s “Big” year. The L.A. painter-cum-musician saw her painting “Redondo Beach” grace the cover of The Morning Benders’ album “Big Echo” (and subsequ...
  • Gallery talk on Greece by photographer Josh Garrick

     
    Josh Garrick will give a free gallery talk Thursday on his black-and-white photographs of ancient Greek monuments. Garrick's photography is on display in the Lee James Gallery at City Arts Factory through Feb. 12. Garrick has a special perspective on...
  • Toomey: U.S. is "screaming" toward Greece-like debts

     
    Sen. Pat Toomey took his debt bill on the road (or three blocks from the U.S. Capitol) to the conservative Heritage Foundation Wednesday preaching to the converted that the United States is "screaming" toward a debt burden similar to Greece,......
  • America is not broke: a must-read explainer

     
    This is very good. Pass it around. Bonds Show Why Boehner Saying We’re Broke Is Figure of Speech By David J. Lynch – Mar 6, 2011 10:00 PM ET Mon Mar 07 03:00:39 GMT 2011 House Speaker John Boehner. Photographer: Ron Sachs/Pool via...
  • Spain's center-right party defeats ruling Socialists in election

     
    Spain's ruling Socialists were ousted from power in elections Sunday. With 90% of the votes counted, the Popular Party had won 186 seats, a majority in the 350-member lower chamber of parliament, assuring that the center-right group will return to power...
  • Controversies over credit default swaps are here again

     
    Remember credit default swaps, those complex financial instruments that took a chunk of the blame for the last financial crisis? Well, they're baaack. Now as subjects of controversy in the new, European financial crisis....
  • Syria faces Arab League deadline to allow monitors

     
    Syria indicated that it might be willing to allow Arab monitors into the country after the Arab League threatened to tighten sanctions against President Bashar Assad’s increasingly isolated regime. The Arab League gave Syria until Sunday to sign its...
  • Portugal can't reach austerity-budget deal, may need EU bailout

     
    Europe may soon be funding another bailout, after Portugal’s government on Wednesday failed to get parliament’s support for an austerity plan to slash the country’s budget deficit. Prime Minister Jose Socrates resigned, as he said he...