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"Me? Rich?" U.S. presidential hopefuls play middle-class card

NEW YORK (Reuters) - Don't call Chris Christie rich. The Clintons say they still have bills to pay. And Mike Huckabee? Despite his wealth, he was born "blue collar, not blue blood."

Sentenced to death, Boston Marathon bomber could live for decades

NEW YORK (Reuters) - Boston Marathon bomber Dzhohkar Tsarnaev was sentenced to death on Friday. But his execution may not happen for decades – if ever.

Former Greek PM Papandreou eyes Syriza alliance in comeback

ATHENS (Reuters) - Former Greek Prime Minister George Papandreou says his newly-formed party is open to an alliance with election frontrunner Syriza as long as it agrees to hold a referendum on reform policies after Sunday's election.

Poverty tourism has critics, but rapper Octopizzo says it's got positives

Ending ‘poorism’ in Kenya.

Poverty tourism has critics, but rapper Octopizzo says it's got positives

Ending ‘poorism’ in Kenya.

Data shows US economic pulse is still strong

WASHINGTON: The number of Americans filing new claims for jobless benefits fell to a 14-year low last week and industrial output rose sharply in September, positive signals that helped ease fears over the economic outlook.

Bon anniversaire, Madeline! You're 75 years young!

A New York exhibition celebrates 75 years of the eternally youthful and plucky Parisian schoolgirl created by Austrian-born author Ludwig Bemelmans.

Deutsche Bank fails to end four US lawsuits over soured mortgages

NEW YORK: Deutsche Bank AG has failed to win the dismissal of four U.S. lawsuits seeking to force it to pay damages or buy back troubled home loans it had packaged into residential mortgage-backed securities prior to the 2008 financial crisis.

In the face of tragedy

For a man who lost five family members to the December 2004 tsunami, Boxing Day is a sobering reminder of how fragile life is.

Now is not the time for austerity

SINCE 2008, policy debate continues to be centred on the correct mix between austerity and growth, and the need for fiscal sustainability or what economists call budgetary consolidation – i.e. measures to ensure that government budgets are balanced over time so that the servicing of rising debts is sustainable, without passing on too great a burden to future generations.