Feb 10, 2012 A day after the government submitted a budget cutting plan that’s needed in order for Greece to get more bailout money, there are huge strikes over the cuts going on in Athens today.
Feb 10, 2012 First Lady Michelle Obama's plan to make Americans healthier isn't stopping at school lunch; she now wants the military to shape up as well. Greeks are striking again today to protest deep cuts the government wants to make in order to get more bailout money. The unemployment rate dropped last month to 8.3 percent, but some economists say the news isn't as good as it sounds. And big drinks companies are fighting in what some might call "whiskey wars."
Feb 10, 2012 Sunday the Greek parliament votes on whether or not to accept another round of deep cuts.
Feb 9, 2012 Greek lawmakers have agreed on an austerity package that features spending cuts and reforms. But implementing it won't be easy.
Feb 9, 2012 With a $172 billion bailout in place, Greeks' futures are looking austere.
Feb 9, 2012 Greek leaders have agreed on a new austerity plan. What will the ripples be throughout the rest of the European economy?
Feb 9, 2012 Just ahead of another meeting of European finance ministers in Brussels, Greece announces that they have agreed to the austerity cuts that would allow them to receive a much-needed $173 billion bailout.
Feb 9, 2012 Americans' feelings on the foreclosure deal, banks and whether they should worry about the European debt crisis. Gallup's Frank Newport offers up the latest data.
Feb 7, 2012 So far this year, just three days have seen the S&P gain or lose more than one percent. So what happened to the markets' roller coaster ride of 2011?