REPORT: FRANCE: Chickens on the balcony, tomatoes on the roof - France discovers urban agriculture :: http://www.english.rfi.fr/france/20120710-chicken-balcony-tomatoes-roof-france-discovers-urban-agriculture
Fiercest fighting yet reported inside Damascus :: http://feeds.reuters.com/~r/reuters/MostRead/~3/x-iJBvJqGuc/us-syria-crisis-idUSBRE8610SH20120715
More than 350 volunteers join search for Iowa cousins, 8 and 10; bicycles ... - Washington Post :: http://www.washingtonpost.com/national/more-than-350-volunteers-join-search-for-iowa-cousins-8-and-10-bicycles-found-near-lake/2012/07/15/gJQAlZXlmW_story.html
Truck Found in Missing Missouri Sisters Search - ABC News :: http://abcnews.go.com/US/britny-haarup-ashley-key-truck-found-missing-missouri/story?id%3D16781106
J.P. Morgan 'Whale' Report Signals Deeper Problem :: J.P. Morgan Chase said traders appear to have hidden problems in a portfolio whose losses have ballooned to $5.8 billion.
Home Prices Hit Bottom. Now, the Bad News :: This may be the buyer's market of the century, but what if you're a seller? Here are some things to consider for those on the wrong side of the market.
Next 3-D Frontier: Printed Plane Parts :: Big manufacturers are exploring ways to use 3-D printing to make bigger pieces in higher volumes. Boeing someday hopes to make plane wings this way.
The Hidden Price of a Home-Cooked Meal :: While I was creating masterpieces in the kitchen, my husband was paying a cost I didn't understand.
Details Emerge in Reported Syria Massacre :: Some of the details suggested that, rather than the outright bombing of civilians that the opposition has depicted, the violence in Tremseh may have been a lopsided fight between the army, and activists and residents.
California voters to have say on taxes, state budgeting process, crime and justice - San Jose Mercury News :: http://www.mercurynews.com/california-budget/ci_21078166/california-voters-have-say-taxes-state-budgeting-process
Mary Kennedy Reburied Away From Kennedy Family :: http://feeds.abcnews.com/click.phdo?ij7a0363823e02c26aec5e7bf2bf710a
The 10 Greatest Books of All Time :: What are they? A new book tries to settle it once and for all.
Why the U.S. Will Never Save Afghanistan :: Despite 10 years of U.S. power, talent and money, Afghanistan is a country of squandered hope
France's Hollande Scolds Peugeot Over Cuts :: French President calls for car maker to renegotiate a plan to close one of the country's biggest factories and eliminate 8,000 jobs.
The Plague Behind the Zombies :: The undead didn't always breed by biting. For that, the mythmakers needed rabies.
Flummoxed by Failure---or Focused? :: It's not about being smart. The key to getting past unsuccessful moments is a flexible view of learning, writes Ken Bain.
Noonan: Ennui the People :: America is in crisis. Why is the presidential campaign so lifeless?
In Digital Age, NBC Rewrites Olympic Playbook :: The London Olympics will be a monumental experiment for network TV in the digital age. NBC's decision to make every event available live online for cable and satellite subscribers is a big bet that viewers will still watch at prime time.
Lobster Rolls That Really Rock :: From weathered seafood shacks to white-tablecloth restaurants, the best spots for the classic lobster sandwich on Maine's southern coast.
Card Giants to Pay $6 Billion :: Visa and MasterCard agreed to pay retailers more than $6 billion to settle a lawsuit in an agreement that also permits merchants to charge higher prices to customers who pay for purchases with credit cards.
Wait ... Your Adviser Did What?! :: Financial planners are starting to throw in unusual perks—house-hunting, hiring movers—to win more business. Here's how to get more for your money.
A Fuller Legacy :: "The Utopian Impulse: Buckminster Fuller and the Bay Area," at the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art, presents images of the legendary inventor's creations, along with local designs inspired by his philosophy.
The Big War Over a Small Fruit :: Simple but clever ideas have made America great. Now a small seedless fruit has become an emblem of marketing in our era. Will your local supermarket ever be the same again?
George Shultz: Memo to Romney --- Expand the Pie :: The former secretary of state and Treasury says America's current problems are large, and its power in the world is diminished. But the policies for revival are obvious with the right leadership.
Allysia Finley: How Insider Politics Saved California's Train to Nowhere :: The high-speed rail line may never be built, but it will save a few Democratic seats.
News-Sharing Site Digg Sells for $500,000 :: Betaworks has agreed to buy news-sharing website Digg, in an attempt to revive a company that was early to social media but outmaneuvered by rivals.
Elizabeth Smart, 10 Years On: Teaching Kids to Fight Back :: In hindsight, the victim of an infamous kidnapping believes that being taught to resist and fight her abductor might have made an important difference
The Upside Of Being An Introvert (And Why Extroverts Are Overrated) :: The Upside Of Being An Introvert (And Why Extroverts Are Overrated)
Rice Floated as Potential VP Pick :: A new round of speculation about Romney's running-mate centered on an unconventional choice: former Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice.
Photos of the Day: July 13 :: In today's pictures, a baby is baptized in Tbilisi, Georgia, planes scoop up water from a reservoir to fight a wildfire in Spain, horseback riders wave to Tour de France cyclists in France, and more.