U.S. answer for European problem :: Neel Kashkari was a mastermind behind TARP in the U.S., and now has suggestions for Europe.
In pictures: China's Shenzhou-9 returns to Earth :: China's spacecraft returns to Earth
In Pictures: Royal diamonds :: Jewels on show at Buckingham Palace
Day in pictures: 29 June 2012 :: 24 hours of news photos: 29 June 2012
Week in pictures: 23-29 June 2012 :: Photos from around the world: 23-29 June 2012
Protests in HK over dissident's death :: There were angry protests in Hong Kong over the death of a Tiananmen Square dissident. CNN's Andrew Stevens reports.
Restaurants test foie gras ban :: California bans foie gras but restaurants are trying to get around the ban. CNN's Randi Kaye explores how.
Class war waged on Sao Paolo walls :: For many it's the adrenaline, the thrill of scaling buildings to scrawl their gang's signature in huge black letters from the highest point possible.
Bush travels to Zambia, Botswana :: Former President George W. Bush is visiting Zambia to promote a health initiative that focuses on cervical and breast cancer prevention and treatment.
Young Mexicans vulnerable to crime :: Among the top challenges for the next Mexican president: giving opportunities to vulnerable, young people.
Gold vs money: Which should we trust? :: Would we be better off returning to the gold standard?
Tour de France appeal goes global :: Whisper it quietly in France but a trio of English-speaking riders is set to dominate the 99th edition of its most famous sports event, a bike race that represents the Gallic nation's very essence.
Barclays chairman quits in rates scandal :: Barclays on Monday announced the resignation of its chairman, Marcus Agius, in the widening scandal surrounding the bank's manipulation of interbank lending rates in 2008 and 2009.
As crops rot, millions go hungry in India :: url: http://feeds.reuters.com/~r/reuters/INtopNews/~3/vIFIHT8juvg/india-wheat-food-malnutrition-crops-idINDEE86101620120702
How to live beyond 100 :: There are nearly 12,000 centenarians in the UK and the figure's rising, but what is the secret to long life?
BBC airs Olympic title sequence :: The BBC unveils its London Olympics title sequence, which is based on a "Stadium UK" concept with a music track by Elbow.
Australian carbon tax raises heat :: Australia's biggest polluters will have to pay for every tonne of CO2 they emit under a controversial new carbon tax.
Key political risks to watch in India :: url: http://feeds.reuters.com/~r/reuters/INtopNews/~3/-IlRdI9RjcA/india-risks-idINDEE86107V20120702
How Barbie crushed Sindy :: Her 50th birthday is coming and she can no longer keep up with fashion. Can anyone save Sindy, the doll created to be a British rival to Barbie?
How to be the next Assange? :: Julian Assange has been bunking for more than a week at the Ecuadorian Embassy in London as he waits to see if the South American country will grant him asylum. If he leaves the embassy, British police say, he'll be arrested. Apparently fed up with the waiting game, late this week police sent a note to Assange asking him to turn himself in. He's apparently ignoring it.
15 years on, is Hong Kong still special? :: Under Chinese rule, Hong Kong, a Special Administrative Region, is to govern itself, control its own economy and legal system. Have those promises been kept?
The other side of Hong Kong's boom :: Beneath the gloss of Hong Kong, low-income residents strugge with soaring costs and declining conditions.
Soap screen is 'world's thinnest' :: Viewers may soon be able to watch films on soap bubbles - after researchers develop a technology to project images onto a screen made of soap film.
One in 10 sat new 'brainbox' test :: New optional "brainbox tests' are sat by about one in 10 children in the top year of primary school, figures show.
Floods kill 77 in Assam, two million affected :: url: http://feeds.reuters.com/~r/reuters/INtopNews/~3/im4JjxDGyss/india-assam-floods-idINDEE86108Q20120702
VIDEO: Cold callers ignore blocking lists :: A BBC Panorama investigation has found that some telemarketing companies are not complying with government rules on cold calling.
Too much work? Do less, not more :: These days, it's seems like we are all expected to do more with less. Productivity expert Laua Stack explains how to cope.
Day in pictures: 2 July 2012 :: 24 hours of news photos: 2 July 2012
UK's IVF funding effort 'feeble' :: It is harder for couples in the UK to get financial help with their fertility treatment than in almost any other European country, experts say.
Beijing's Olympic kick - four years on :: As the world counts down the days to the London Olympics, Jaime FlorCruz reflects on the Games' legacy in Beijing.