U.S. answer for European problem :: Neel Kashkari was a mastermind behind TARP in the U.S., and now has suggestions for Europe.
Week in pictures: 23-29 June 2012 :: Photos from around the world: 23-29 June 2012
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.
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?
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.
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
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.
In pictures: Mexico votes :: Election dominated by war on drugs
Film pioneer helps Rwanda rebuild :: Over the last few years, several films have recaptured the devastating legacy of the 1994 Rwanda genocide, recreating the unimaginable pain and loss that defined the darkest period in the history of the small African country.
Why make art no-one can see? :: Why make art no-one will be able to see?
The ultimate fuel-efficient car? :: Students in Singapore build the ultimate fuel-efficient car that can go as far as possible on a single liter of fuel.
Heathrow 'on track' for Olympics :: In numbers: How Heathrow Airport is preparing for a tidal wave of extra travelers for the London Olympics.
Snake spooks post office customers :: A snake was spotted at a Miami post office scaring both employees and customers.
Iniesta 'symbolized Euro 2012 success' :: Andres Iniesta did not feature in the contenders for the best player of the 2010 World Cup despite scoring Spain's winning goal in the final, but the midfielder has been recognized for his country's historic triumph at Euro 2012.
In pictures: Spain celebrates :: Celebrations after Euro 2012 victory
Quest: Europe is spinning plates :: I have often thought of European officials as the proverbial "plate spinners" from the circus. Those talented artists who balance spinning plates on sticks, ever increasing the number of sticks, rushing from one to the other, giving them a tug and pull to keep them moving, always aware that if they are too slow or too fast, one of the plates will crash to the ground.
Germany can't save Europe on its own :: Once again, a swelling chorus is calling on Germany to finally take action. "Start the engines, Angela," reads the colorful headline of a piece whose authors seem to assume that Chancellor Merkel commands the horsepower to save the euro, save the British and American recoveries, and -- as a throw-in -- save the Obama presidency.
Mormons quit church in mass resignation ceremony :: url: http://feeds.reuters.com/~r/reuters/MostRead/~3/HWcEHRjk6uQ/us-usa-utah-mormons-idUSBRE86000N20120701
Was Rio+20 a failure of political leadership? :: Ex-Irish president Mary Robinson says world leaders have failed to rise to the challenge of sustainable development.
Eurozone leaders reach bailout deal :: Eurozone leaders reach a deal to use the region's bailout fund to support troubled banks, in an effort to stop them dragging down otherwise healthy governments.
Soccer style: Are you a bulldog or a ballerina? :: As football fans gear up for the Euro 2012 final, CNN asks whether where you come from impacts the way you play soccer.
Euro 2012 showdown: Can Italy stop Spain? :: Sunday's final pits holders Spain against Italy, between them the winners of the last two World Cups.
Pato: Euro 2012 win 'would ease Italy's suffering' :: Italy's soccer players can heal the "suffering" caused by the country's match-fixing scandal by winning Euro 2012, says AC Milan star Alexandre Pato.
Greece's coalition: A clean broom? :: The new Greek government, formed after four days of horse-trading by three party leaders, is the country's first coalition in 60 years. Since 1952, a combination of electoral systems and political polarization produced a comfortable single party majority every time an election was held in Greece.
In pictures: Floods hit England :: Problems for residents and rail travellers
The $6M man-made floating island :: If owning your own private island was always at the top of your wish list you're in luck. An Austrian firm has come up with what it hopes is the next big thing in nautical living -- a man-made floating "island".
Boy hits crazy ping-pong shots :: A 9-year-old ping-pong wizard shows off some amazing trick shots.
Murdoch on Scientology 'cult' :: Rupert Murdoch took to Twitter to lash out at the Church of Scientology and Tom Cruise following the announcement of the actor's divorce.