International ‘No’ vote by Greece shocks Europe U.S. crushes Japan in World Cup National Christie downplays poll numbers, vows reforms Bernie and Hillary’s holiday weekend Local ‘Dukes of Hazzard’ DVDs, downloads soar DeKalb companyShow More Summary
Serbian citizens have a more positive attitude toward Russia than toward the EU with a recent poll indicating that less than 50 percent of the country’s residents see their future in the European Union.
COLOMBO (Reuters) - Sri Lanka's August elections have been timed to stop a comeback by war-time president Mahinda Rajapaksa, who remarkably may see his popularity rise in coming months if criticized for war crimes in a U.N report, said government sources.
A new poll reveals the majority Australians see domestic violence as an equal or greater threat than terrorism, though the latter continues to receive far greater government funding.
Would you be embarrassed if you lost an election poll to a fruit? That's the question likely spinning in the mind of fairly Twitter-savvy presidential candidate Donald Trump, as the lowly avocado thoroughly trounced him in a TwitterShow More Summary
Republicans this week will begin targeting an element of Hillary Clinton’s history that polls show to be one of her strengths as a presidential candidate: Her ability as an executive.
``Greece's banks, closed since last Monday because they are perilously low on cash, have been kept alive in recent weeks by emergency loans from the European Central Bank. On Monday, the central bank's policy makers plan to convene to...Show More Summary
"Wow, Huffington Post just stated that I am number one in the polls of Republican candidates," Donald Trump bragged as the week closed. "Thank you, but the work has just begun!" Trump was touting his first place in an average of 105 polls. Show More Summary
Have you heard that Donald Trump is now in second place in the Republican campaign? Well, let me set the record straight: The man has no chance of winning the election. Disregard this recent poll: Trump is still the most reviled of the GOP candidates. Show More Summary
For our weekly poll we posed the question of whether you had Galaxy S6 active "regret." That is, since seeing the Galaxy S6 active — with its rugged exterior and large battery — released, do you wish you had waited and bought it instead of the standard Galaxy S6 or another phone?
Now that the Greek people have spoken, rejecting proposed European bailout terms by a much larger margin than had been suggested by polls, triumphant Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras says he will now return to negotiations with a strengthened hand. Show More Summary
Four polls said the Greek referendum was supposed to be "Knife Edge" close.Instead, Greece Heads for Decisive No Vote. With 85 per cent of votes counted, the No camp had won 61.5 per cent and was leading in every region of the country, a remarkable political exploit by Greek prime minister Alexis Tsipras. Show More Summary
From The Sunday Times, July 5 2015 At the start of this year, things were looking up for the beleaguered Greek economy. Economists polled by Consensus Economics predicted growth of 2% this year, following last year?s modest 0.8% expansion. Unemployment,...
Everything is All-New and All-Different this fall, including Earth's Mightiest Heroes. Which of Marvel's New "Avengers" series has you buzzing?
Uh, and 68% of Republicans say they are. Sound like par for the course, politically speaking?
As the Chargers prepare to break up with San Diego, San Diego seems to be preparing to tell the Chargers, “I. Am Breaking up with you.” Beyond the unscientific U-T San Diego poll that shows a preference to keep Comic-Con over keeping the Chargers, a new column from Dan McSwain of U-T San Diego argued…
Currencies are trading in Asia's monday session, and it's not looking good for the euro. At around $1.100, the euro is down about 0.7% against the US dollar. This comes after polls closed for Greece's referendum. With a little more than 50% of the votes counted, the 'no' vote is in the lead with about 60% of the count. Show More Summary
A recent CNN/ORC poll found that the majority of Americans still believe that the Confederate Flag is a symbol of Southern pride and not racism. Among the 1,017 people polled, 57% saw the flag as an expression of pride. Not surprisingly, more white participants, 66% of them, considered the flag to...
Polls close, country split, but surveys suggest victory for 'no' vote and Tsipras.
Greek referendum final polls show 'No' vote ahead by small margin http://t.co/36wH1Sg34G — Reuters Top News (@Reuters) July 5, 2015