The White House denies it's freeing Jonathan Pollard as a salve to Israelis angry at the Iran deal, but the timing is curious--and ex-counterintelligence officials are against the move.
Erdogan: Peace Process Is 'Impossible'
KINGSTON, NY, 29 July 2015--By any measure, the Chinese equity markets are in turmoil. The Shanghai Index, up 150 percent in a year and down some 30 percent since mid-June, was hit hard again Monday, losing another 8.5 percent -- its second-biggest
On July 1, the Spanish Government went to "Full Police State", with enactment of law forbidding dissent and unauthorized photos of law enforcement.
Puerto Rico Governor Alejandro García Padilla is trying to put a Band-Aid over a gaping fiscal wound.
Israel gave final approval on Wednesday for plans to build 300 new homes in a Jewish settlement in the occupied West Bank, announcing the move as it carried out a court demolition order against two vacant apartment blocks in the same enclave.
A former White House official says the United States cannot stand independent countries, such as Russia and Iran, because they are a threat to Washington's unilateral actions.
Anyone who thought Greece's third bailout program was a done deal or that, at the very least, the market would get a few months of respite before having to grapple with daily Grexit headlines again, got a rude awakening late last week
Over the course of six painful months of negotitations between Athens and its creditors, one concern lurking in the background was whether the IMF would be on board with a third program for Greece.
Total Collapse: Greece Reverts To Barter Economy For First Time Since Nazi Occupation
16 Months after Malaysia Airlines Flight MH370 disappeared off the coast of Malaysia, The Telegraph reports that fragments of a wing washed up in the French island of Reunion (near Madagascar) could be wreckage from the missing plane, according to an
Priscilla Hancock of JPMorgan Asset Management and Bloomberg's Michael McKee preview today's Federal Reserve policy statement and examine how U.S. economic data plays into the Fed's decision on when to raise interest rates. They speak on "Market Make
Our survey shows a majority of traders and investors aren't optimistic.
The hackers who stole data on tens of millions of U.S. insurance holders and government employees in recent months breached another big target at around the same time -- United Airlines.
Russia's central bank halted purchases of foreign currency to replenish the country's international reserves, a move that may lay the groundwork for a fifth interest-rate cut this year at a meeting on Friday.
Multiple lobbying groups in the US are expected to spend $100 million to force Congress to vote down the nuclear deal with Iran. Polls show that most Americans -- even most American Jews -- are in favor of the deal. Will Congress cave?
President Obama's state visit to Kenya and Ethiopia has involved a good deal of scolding of those countries by Western pundits.