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  • Moscow warns against panic as ruble plunges to historic lows
    Moscow warns against panic as ruble plunges to historic lows

    Moscow (AFP) - Russian authorities told people not to panic on Tuesday as the battered ruble plunged to record lows, floored by tensions with the West over Ukraine, new sanctions and falling oil prices.

  • Researchers locate site of gas chambers in Poland
    Researchers locate site of gas chambers in Poland

    WARSAW, Poland (AP) — Polish and Israeli Holocaust researchers say they have discovered the exact location of the building that housed gas chambers at Sobibor, one of the death camps operated by Nazi Germany in occupied Poland.

  • Dupont latest target in activist Peltz's crosshairs
    Dupont latest target in activist Peltz's crosshairs

    Mike Santoli on Nelson Peltz and his quest to split up Dupont

  • How to Download iOS 8
    How to Download iOS 8

    Apple is set to release iOS 8 today, which they teased back at WWDC in June. iOS 8 offers a number of features Apple has seriously been lacking: parental control for iTunes purchases, notification reply options, iMessage details, and of course the much anticipated HealthKit.

  • Apple, IBM buying back billions in stock: WSJ
    Apple, IBM buying back billions in stock: WSJ

    U.S. corporations are buying back shares of their own company at the fastest pace since the financial crisis. Companies have repurchased a total of $338.3 billion of their own stock so far this year. This is according to a report from the Wall Street Journal.

  • Excitement and relief in landmark Fiji election
    Excitement and relief in landmark Fiji election

    SUVA, Fiji (AP) — There was excitement among thousands of voters and relief from the international community Wednesday as Fijians cast ballots in a landmark election they hope will end more than a quarter-century of political turmoil and eight years of autocratic rule. But democracy may not have much of a new look to it.

  • 3rd Room of Ancient Greek Tomb Revealed
    3rd Room of Ancient Greek Tomb Revealed

    Archaeologists say they've had a peek inside another room in a monumental ancient tomb in Greek Macedonia that is believed to date back to the era of Alexander the Great. The ongoing excavations at the Kasta Hill burial mound in Amphipolis — about 65 miles (104 kilometers) east of Thessaloniki — have generated excitement and speculation over what (and whom) archaeologists might find inside. In August, archaeologists revealed two broken sphinxes at the entrance to the burial complex. The archaeologists, led by Katerina Peristeri, have said they believe the tomb dates back to the late fourth century B.C. and has the characteristics of a work by Dinocrates, Alexander the Great's chief architect.

  • Biden used 'offensive' stereotype, 'should have been more careful'
    Biden used 'offensive' stereotype, 'should have been more careful'

    Vice President Joe Biden drew fire from a prominent Jewish group on Tuesday after he described unscrupulous bankers who prey on servicemen and servicewomen deployed overseas as “Shylocks” — a term frequently condemned as an anti-Semitic caricature.

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