• Argentine opposition set to keep control of Buenos Aires city hall

    Argentina's business-friendly PRO party appeared to win Sunday's mayoral election in capital city Buenos Aires, a key electoral district, but not by a big enough margin to avoid a run-off vote later this month, early official returns showed. With 59 percent of the vote counted Horacio Rodríguez…

  • Greek Referendum: Opinion Polls Predict ‘No' Win

    Four opinion polls have suggested that Greece has narrowly voted “no” to the demands of the country’s international creditors in a historic referendum held on Sunday. Photo: Reuters

  • The Latest: German official: Tsipras tore down last bridge

    The latest from the bailout referendum in Greece (all times local): ___ 11:35 p.m. Germany's vice chancellor and economy minister says the Greek government is leading its people "onto a path of bitter ...

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  • Greek PM Faces Uncertain Future

    ATHENS, Greece (AP) — Whether Greeks decide in Sunday's referendum to accept their lenders' bailout deal or reject it, the government's hold on power may be shakier than its brash prime minister has calculated, analysts say.Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras is banking on fellow Greeks to deliver a…

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    ABC News' George Stephanopoulos reports the latest news from the 2016 presidential campaign trail.

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  • The Latest: Greek vote causes deep divisions in families

    The latest from the referendum in Greece (all times local): ___ 10:25 a.m. The Greek referendum on whether or not to accept bailout demands by creditors is causing deep divisions, even among individual ...

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  • This July 4th, Americans love America less

    You might be thinking about how much you love America this Independence Day. You might even say you're extremely proud to be an American. Gallup also found that pride in America tends to drop among younger generations: 64 percent of 65-and-older respondents said they're extremely proud to be…

  • Why Greece Should Vote 'YES'

    Greek voters are fed up, angry, and desperate. Their dreams have been shattered, their honor has been compromised. How should they vote in the upcoming referendum?They should vote "YES."Our government is depicting this referendum as an expression of democracy. The sad truth is that it is the…

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  • Did This Federal Study Just Imply That Marijuana Is Safer Than Alcohol?

    Is marijuana really safer than alcohol when you're behind the wheel? That's the question three federal agencies attempted to answer in this study.

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  • Buenos Aires heads to polls for mayoral election

    Buenos Aires began heading to the polls Sunday to vote for a new mayor, with the country's right hoping to retain its stronghold ahead of October's presidential election. Horacio Rodriguez Larreta, of the right-leaning PRO party, was leading polls heading into the election. The candidate is backed…

  • Founder of German eurosceptic party calls for end to feud

    The founder of the eurosceptic Alternative for Germany (AfD) appealed to colleagues on Saturday to end a bitter leadership dispute that threatens to rip apart the two-year-old party. The infighting has hit the ratings of the AfD and left it floundering at a time when it could have capitalized on…

  • Polls Close on Greece Referendum Vote

    Update: Greeks voted Sunday on whether Greece should accept its creditors' demands. European officials said a "no" vote would be tantamount to a Greek exit from the euro.

  • Greek referendum final polls show 'No' vote ahead by small margin

    Final opinion polls released after the end of voting in Greece's referendum showed the 'No' vote leading by a small margin in Sunday's vote on a bailout proposal from creditors. No exit polls were released. Three opinion polls by GPO, Metron Analysis and MRB all showed the 'No' camp ahead by a…

  • Narendra Modi's Secret Weapon

    There are billions of Indians. A few million don't live in India. Those few million are very important.

  • Association managers not allowed to campaign with board directors

    Question: Most owners in our homeowner association are thoroughly dissatisfied with the board and claim that voter fraud got the directors elected. Accordingly, a bunch of us launched a recall, asking ...

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  • Venezuela At A Crossroads

    Venezuela is under extreme pressure given the slump in oil prices, and elections this December could prove to be decisive

  • French far-right's Marine Le Pen lauds Greek vote as win over 'EU oligarchy'

    French far-right leader Marine Le Pen welcomed the early results of the Greek referendum on terms for a bailout from Europe as initial tallies showed the 'No' camp leading with results still being counted. Le Pen, the leader of the anti-immigration, anti-euro National Front party, said in a…

  • Greek conservative opposition chief Samaras resigns

    Greece's conservative opposition chief Antonis Samaras on Sunday announced his resignation after the country was on course to soundly reject further austerity cuts in a referendum. From today I am stepping down from the leadership," the New Democracy chief, a former prime minister, said in a…

  • Cruz presidential campaign says supporters donated $51 million

    Republican Senator Ted Cruz and the outside groups supporting his presidential bid have raised more than $51 million in the three months since he launched his campaign for president, according to a statement from his campaign on Sunday. Cruz, who announced his candidacy on March 23 in a speech at…