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President Obama addressed the British Parliament on Wednesday as part of his six-day, four-country tour of Europe. We decided to look at the economic situations of eight countries, including the four on Mr. Obama's itinerary, and how likely the troubled ones are to default on their debt.
Blogger Brian Samuels shares the most important lesson he's learned from Julia.
In other news Wednesday, House Democrats moved to fund the government for the rest of the fiscal year to the tune of $1.2 trillion. The measure would freeze the budgets of most Cabinet departments.
Using grizzly bears in the Pacific Northwest as a proxy for the benefits salmon deliver to ecological communities, a new study argues that letting more salmon migrate into coastal streams will lead to downstream improvements for the ecosystem and eventually the offshore salmon catch.
Our partners at GlobalPost explore the increasingly dangerous separatist movement in southern Thailand and how people are responding in a series of reports posted this week on its website.
At Berkeley is Frederick Wiseman's 42nd film, and we curated this collection of video clips and links introducing viewers who may not be as familiar with the prolific documentarian's previous work to his incredible filmography.
Take this quiz to learn what stops you from getting healthy.
The secret to the perfect vinaigrette is in the emulsifier.
The upheaval in Egypt is reminiscent of past protest movements and revolutions that have brought down governments and transformed societies. We highlight some of them here.
The NewsHour's Making Sen$e audience knows Jon Shayne as economics song satirist "Merle Hazard." But Jon is a serious money manager who visited Greece recently and offers a brief, timely vignette on the Euro-crisis.