Greece Bailout News
Greeks face more pain, protests as bailout nears end
Police attacked with rocks and red paint as parliament approves bill limiting benefits and right to strike
Greece insists on environmental fines on gold mining firm
Greece's Environment Ministry has appealed a court decision annulling a 1.7-million-euro ($2.06 million) fine it had slapped on mining firm Eldorado Gold.
New eurozone chief Centeno wants closer unity, fewer crises
The euro currency zone has a new leader, as Portugal's Mario Centeno took over the reins of the body that was in the forefront of efforts to contain Europe's debt crises
Greece : Strikes, rallies, clashes at anti-austerity protests
Police fired tear gas in brief clashes with protesters and strikes halted ferries and disrupted public transport, as unions step up protests against a new austerity bill that will limit the right to strike and speed up property foreclosures
Greece : austerity protesters reach prime minister's office
Anti-bailout protesters in Greece reach entrance of prime minister's official residence, as demonstrations intensify against a new austerity bill due to be voted in parliament next Monday
Greek govt presents new creditor-demanded reform package
Greece's government has presented a new batch of creditor-demanded reforms for Parliament's ratification, including measures that would make it harder for labor unions to call strikes
Greek leader: bond market return in 2018 'important target'
As Greece's borrowing rates hit lowest level in over a decade, prime minister says country can become fully self-funded after the bailout program ends in August
Eurozone inflation falls despite thriving economy
Official figures show inflation across the 19-country eurozone dipping modestly in December largely because of a moderation in the pace of growth of energy price rises
Abdul El-Sayed: 'We are so polarized right now'
El-Sayed says America is ready for its first Muslim governor, so he's thrown his hat in the ring in his home state of Michigan.