Author Receives Backlash for Saying She Deserves a 'Me-ternity' Leave From Work
Author Meghann Foye proposes in a new book that every woman, whether they have kids or not, should be able to take a leave from their job.
Eurozone economy regains size of 2008 but remains shaky LONDON (AP) — The eurozone economy is finally back to the size it was before the global financial crisis. The 19-country currency union, which as a bloc is the world's second-largest economy, enjoyed an unexpected acceleration in the first
Rio Olympic Flame Visits UN Office in Geneva
The Olympic flame for the Rio de Janeiro Games came to the United Nations in Geneva on Friday, where officials said a team of refugee athletes will bring a message of hope for refugees around the world
Eurozone Economy Regains Size of 2008 but Remains Shaky
Official figures show that the eurozone economy grew by a quarterly rate of 0.6 percent in the first three months of year, a level of growth that means the single currency bloc has finally clawed back the ground lost during the recessions since 2008
Author's Proposed 'Meternity' Leave From Work Sparks Backlash
An author’s suggestion that all women wouldhttpcms.abcnews.go.com/SiteEditor/index.htm benefit from “meternity” leave that would give them time to step away from their jobs has sparked controversy. Meghann Foye is the author of “Meternity,” a new novel in which an overworked editor fakes her own
US Economy Struggles at Start of Election Year
US economy barely grew at the start of election year, as consumers, businesses turn cautious
Applications for US Jobless Aid Rise From 4-Decade Low
Applications for US jobless aid rise from 42-year low, yet still point to job market health
Japan Central Bank Holds Fire on Fresh Monetary Stimulus
Japan's central bank opted Thursday not to expand its massive stimulus policies to boost growth, apart from channeling extra support for financing disaster recovery efforts on the earthquake-stricken southern island of Kyushu
'Once' Director John Carney on his Newest Stealth Musical 'Sing Street'
Carney appears on Popcorn with Peter Travers and talks about finding the right notes for making big screen movie musicals work.