Dec 15, 2011 How Facebook, Twitter, and other outlets shaped The Protester.
Dec 13, 2011 Russian citizens have been protesting against corruption in their country. Now, billionaire Mikhail Prokhorov is running against Vladimir Putin in the upcoming elections.
Peter van Dyk
Jan 11, 2012 The biggest anti-Kremlin demonstration in recent Russian history is planned for tomorrow. It follows smaller protests all this week, after Russian elections delivered a victory to Russian Prime Minister Vladimir Putin's ruling political party
Dec 9, 2011 The EU plan still has to be ratified, and if the deal collapses, it could hit everything from the stock markets to the job outlook for Americans.
Dec 9, 2011 The crisis in Europe has hurt worldwide demand for goods, and workers in China are protesting against the lost wages that come with decreased output
Nov 28, 2011 The markets hit a November high, with the key indexes up between 2 and 3 percent all day. Driven by news that the European Union may have a new plan to contain its debt crisis and record holiday retail sales over the weekend, investors came out of their tryptophan haze, saying "Buy!"
Nov 24, 2011 Google is teaming up with the Lighting Science Group to create an LED bulb that can be controlled by an Android phone.
Nov 29, 2011 President Barack Obama is in Indonesia today, and will attend the signing of a deal that could bring 110,000 jobs to the U.S. Reporter Scott Tong concludes his three part series from the Horn of Africa. In the ongoing European debt crisis, Spain is the latest hot-button country. And store employees fight back against Black Thursday openings.
Nov 29, 2011 In today's Mid-day Update, we look at the ongoing debt crisis and Europe and its potential effects on U.S. banks. Meanwhile, the deadline for the Congressional super committee is not far off. And poverty numbers among the elderly are rising.
Nov 24, 2011 Last night, the winners of this year's National Book Awards were announced.