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European Central Bank's 'Blueprint' Sinks Stocks

Having promised last week to do "whatever is necessary" to save the Euro, the President of the European Central Bank has announced an outline of measures to lower borrowing costs for troubled members of the Eurozone. The measures would not take effect before September and they still require the bank's approval. Stocks fell throughout Europe and the U.S. in response.

As Games Play On, London Quieter Than Expected

Just a few weeks ago, warnings were flying thick and fast that the Olympic Games would reduce London to chaos, jamming the capital's roads and clogging up its aging transport system. Officials urged residents to work from home and plan their travel carefully. The public seems to have taken that advice to heart.

Annan To Step Down As U.N.'s Envoy To Syria

The battle for Syria's commercial capital shows no sign of abating. Humanitarian conditions are worsening for civilians in Aleppo.