With Spain's economy still struggling amid bank uncertainty and persistent unemployment, some young Spaniards are giving up the city life in hopes of reconnecting with their roots. They're moving out to the country and taking up agricultural pursuits.
Greek voters went to the polls on Sunday and, relatively narrowly, backed a political party in favor of the Greek bailout. And while markets initially greeted that news with optimism and rallied upwards, fresh concerns, this time over Spain, dragged them back down by midday.
No one has given the Neanderthals much credit for being intelligent and creative. In fact, they've always been thought of as humans' younger, dumber cousins. But new evidence suggests they may have been more creative than once thought.
Greece is usually an extremely popular tourism destination. In fact, it's often one of the most popular for people in Europe. But the current economic crisis has tourists staying away, and that's just further damaging the Greek economy.
Spain's banks got a badly needed injection of recapitalization over the weekend when a trio of international lenders agreed to loan them funds to get on firmer footing. But while Spain insists this isn't a Greece-style bailout, the lenders are already moving to monitor how and on what Spain is spending their money.
Detroit's struggled in the latest economic downturn, first with the collapse of the American auto industry and then with budget crises and other struggles that have laid the city low. But, for some reason, perhaps its European roots, many foreigners are coming to the city to watch it return to life.
Maggi seasoning is popular among American immigrants of all kinds of nationalities -- and they all think of it as coming from home. But, in reality, few American immigrants are from the actual home of Maggi seasoning. But, for some reason, it still reminds each of them of where they've come from.
Most countries in Europe are worried sick about debt, bailouts and unemployment, but Norway recently decided to cut spending in order to avoid too much growth. The smart management of Norway's oil and gas industry is bringing spectacular wealth to the country's small fishing towns.
Signs of progress in a Spanish town's drive to get U.S. to finish cleaning decades-old nuclear bomb accident
Some 50 years ago, four American nuclear bombs were lost when the bomb carrying them exploded and lost its cargo into the Spanish countryside. Though there was no nuclear explosion, some of the plutonium in the bombs was spread across the town and surrounding area. Most of it was cleaned up, but not all of it.
After enduring years of scandal and declining public respect, the British monarchy is once-more at the top of its popularity. That will be on display this week with the Queen's Diamond Jubilee celebration, marking 60 years since she took the throne.