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Measles Outbreak: Cases Rise in Europe and U.S.

The global outbreak of measles is continuing to spread, with cases rising in Europe and certain parts of the U.S., including California. So far this year, 98...

Europe Learns No Nation is Immune to Terror

The Dec. 29 arrest of five men suspected of plotting a deadly shooting siege in Denmark — just nine days after a dozen men were seized in Britain on suspicions...

Europe's Debt Dilemma: Will Cuts Stifle Growth?

Oh how brief was the joy. On May 10, financial markets reacted euphorically to the creation of a nearly $1 trillion fund to assist euro-zone economies imperiled...

Europe Looks to Export Boost from Weak Euro

After years of watching Europe's single currency appreciate against the U.S. dollar, European companies are rubbing their hands at the sales boost they should...

Montenegro: Europe's New Ski Destination

If your plans to enjoy North America's famous powder snow and tree-skiing have been derailed by the current economic downturn, why not try a quicker, cheaper...

Europe's Changing Places

This church (pictured above), near Megalopoli in Greece, used to be part of a village. By the time British photographer Stuart Franklin visited and took the...

Sending the Financial World to Save Eastern Europe

It has begun to occur to the financial industry and the central banks of the G7 and a number of smaller Western European countries that if some of the nations in...

Europe Raps the CIA

The CIA probably doesn't mind the occasional bitter valentine. But on Feb. 14, the European Union sent a humdinger when its Parliament approved a controversial...

Why McDonald's Will Crush Starbucks In Europe

American management has been trained that any company can think and execute its way out of trouble. That means that there is a solution to every sales or cost...

Supersizing Europe: The McDonald's Stimulus Plan

There was a time not so long ago when U.S. fast-food giant McDonald's was viewed by European consumers as the advance scout of what the French loudly decried as...

For Europe and Russia, Breaking Up is Hard to Do

The European Union's decision to normalize the ties with Russia it briefly suspended in the wake of last summer's Georgia conflict is a textbook illustration of...

Europe's Conservatives Sour On the Free Market

France's notoriously divided and ideologically marooned Socialist opposition has long struggled to find a leader capable of selling a modern leftist vision that...