CAIRO (Reuters) – The crisis unleashed by President Mohamed Mursi’s bid to wrap up Egypt’s transition on his own terms has eroded his nation’s faith in their nascent democracy and will complicate the already unenviable task of government.
LONDON, Nov 20 (Reuters) – British low-cost airline easyJet doubled its dividend after annual results showed it took business from fading European rivals and customers bought more cheap flights for…
LONDON (Reuters) – Middle-aged men from disadvantaged backgrounds are 10 times more likely to commit suicide, often because they have lost a sense of identity and masculine pride, researchers said on Thursday.
CHICAGO/WASHINGTON (Reuters) – As a gay black man growing up in Chicago’s infamous Cabrini Green public housing project, Arick Buckles knows first-hand how the stigma of HIV can keep people infected with the virus from seeking treatment.
SALT LAKE CITY/DENVER, June 23 (Reuters) – Firefighters in Western U.S. states struggled to contain out-of-control wind-stoked wildfires on Saturday as summer temperatures mounted, and a fresh blaze…
SALT LAKE CITY (Reuters) – Firefighters in Utah and Colorado struggled on Saturday to contain raging wildfires stoked by high winds that have burned some 200 dwellings in Colorado, but said they would allow 2,500 people evacuated in Utah to … Continue reading
SINGAPORE (Reuters) – Asian stocks struggled and commodities fell broadly on Thursday after the Federal Reserve ramped up monetary stimulus by expanding “Operation Twist”, but disappointed some investors who had been hoping for more aggressive measures.
LOS ANGELES (Reuters) – The smell of rotting food and decay inside 10956 South Wilmington Avenue, Los Angeles, was overwhelming.
With eight of his relatives in jail, his business empire under police control and his bank accounts frozen, fugitive Chinese executive Li Jun is rejoicing at unexpected good news: The police chief who engineered his misery has himself now vanished … Continue reading
The renegade air force officers marched in the capital clutching banners and chanting, “Get out, get out,” a familiar cry in this country’s year-old uprising. They were not seeking the ouster of President Ali Abdullah Saleh, but rather that of … Continue reading