ATHENS (Reuters) - Tens of thousands of Greeks rallied on
Monday to back their leftwing government's rejection of a tough
international bailout after a clash with foreign lenders pushed
Greece close to financial chaos and forced a shutdown of its
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - The U.S. State Department on Monday
declined to say whether Secretary of State John Kerry would be
willing to testify to a Republican-controlled congressional panel
that is probing a 2012 attack on U.S. diplomatic facilities in
PLATTSBURGH, N.Y. (Reuters) - Doctors updated the condition
of David Sweat from critical to serious on Monday, a day after he
was shot after more than three weeks on the run, officials said,
and he will be turned over to prison authorities as soon as he is
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - U.S. President Barack Obama on Monday
signed into law legislation that gives him "fast-track" power to
push ahead on a Pacific Rim trade deal that has been the subject of
intense debate in Congress and across the nation.
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - The Supreme Court on Monday found that
a lethal injection drug used by Oklahoma does not violate the U.S.
Constitution's ban on cruel and unusual punishment, a ruling that
provoked a caustic debate among the justices about the death
penalty in America.
VIENNA (Reuters) - France has asked its firms to prepare a
return to Iran ahead of a likely deal with powers to curb Tehran's
nuclear program, but Paris' tough stance in talks and ties with
Sunni Arab states means its "love-hate" relationship with Iran will
SOUSSE, Tunisia (Reuters) - Tunisian authorities have
arrested a group of suspects associated with the gunman who killed
39 people, mainly British tourists, in a beach hotel attack claimed
by Islamic State, the interior minister said on Monday.