Mom saves daughter from ISIS
A Dutch mother single-handedly brings her daughter back from ISIS territory. CNN's Isa Soares has her amazing story.
Differences appear within majority of Bank of England rate-setters
LONDON (Reuters) - Differences over the risks to Britain's economy surfaced this month among the Bank of England officials who have voted to keep interest rates on hold, complicating the outlook for monetary policy.
Senate Democrats pile pressure on NY Fed over bank regulation
By Howard Schneider WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Several Democratic senators on Friday sharply criticized New York Federal Reserve Bank President William Dudley for what they argued was the bank's still lax oversight of major financial institutions. "Is there a cultural problem at the New York Fed? I think the evidence suggests that there is," said Massachusetts Democrat Elizabeth Warren, a frequent critic of the big banks and seen as a possible 2016 presidential candidate. "Change has to come from the top," she added. "Either you need to fix it Mr. Dudley or we have to get someone who will. ...
Why happiness is healthy
Whatever happiness is, we know that we want it, and that is somehow good.
Gatwick Airport records busiest six months on record
LONDON (Reuters) - Gatwick Airport, Britain's second busiest airport which is competing to be chosen as the site for a new runway, reported the six months ended Sept. 30 were its busiest on record, with passenger numbers in the period up 8 percent.
World's tallest roller coaster planned
Plans are underway to build the world's tallest -- and quite possibly most terrifying -- roller coaster at an Orlando, Florida, theme park due to open in 2017.
Aereo Files for Chapter 11 Bankruptcy Protection
Online streaming service Aereo files for bankruptcy, citing unfavorable Supreme Court ruling