The German public is getting fed up with lending a helping hand to Greece, and Greeks who live in Germany are feeling the tension.
The Catholic Church publicly condemns behavior Italian Prime Minister Silvio Berlusconi's Berlusconi, who is embroiled in yet another sex scandal.
Eurozone leaders agreed back in July to expand the bailout fund for Greece to more than $500 billion -- Germany's lawmakers approved the agreement on Thursday.
The Finnish research group ZenRobotics has designed a robot that can sort recycling without the help of human hands.
Many in financial markets are already assuming that Greece is going to default on its loans, but there is growing opposition to any more bailouts.
All 15 candidates of the Pirate Party are now part of the Berlin state government, and they plan to legalize marijuana, expand the Internet and leak all government activity.
As Europe searches for a way out of the current financial crisis, some are looking to China. But any deal would come with strings attached.
International Monetary Fund says global economic outlook grim, warns continuing economic woes in Europe and the US could drag those economies back into recession.
American financial institutions placing bets on whether European countries will default on debt could be on the hook for billions of dollars.
Swiss banking giant UBS says one of its traders lost about $2 billion in unauthorized trades -- the man has been arrested.