As Europe's and America's economies falter, there's one nation standing above the trouble: Poland. In 20 years since the end of the Cold War, Poland has not once endured a recession.
As the markets teetered and with European leaders telling Greece to take it or leave it — literally — Greece has called off plans for a popular referendum on the European Union bailout plan, agreed to last month.
A Los Angeles activist is encouraging Americans to take their money out of the big banks and transfer it to smaller, local credit unions. The protest is in the wake of increased fees from big banks.
The Port of Oakland is shutdown Wednesday night as protesters in the Occupy Oakland movement conduct a general strike. About 10,000 people are reportedly participating.
India and Pakistan, countries that have fought two wars, will normalize trade relations after Pakistan reciprocated on a move India made in 1996.
In San Diego, El Cajon specifically, there's a burgeoning Iraqi immigrant community that is straining the resources of the community leaving all sides frustrated.
The global stock markets fell precipitously Tuesday after the Greek Prime Minister announced the country would hold a referendum on the country's proposed austerity measures and the EU bailout.
In the face of protests and customer displeasure, Bank of America will abandon its plan to implement a $5 per month fee for users of their debit cards. The story was broken by Reuters.
With the European Union agreeing to a plan to bolster the EuroZone and hopefully avoid massive economic meltdown, question turns to what does this deal really mean?
President Barack Obama used his executive authority this week to make it easier for those struggling under student loans to make payments.