Eurozone finance ministers will hold a conference call to consider rescue financing for Athens, while the European Central Bank will mull a request to increase emergency cash assistance to teetering Greek banks.
Republicans question the accord's impact on the security of Israel, and wonder aloud why anyone would trust Obama.
Observers are skeptical that the billionaire has the wherewithal to sustain the kind of campaign voters will expect when his luster begins to wear off.
Official probes trudge forward with painful slowness, and contradictory theories emerge from Moscow.
Former President George H.W. Bush is being treated for a broken bone in his neck. His condition is stable but he is wearing a brace.
Letters obtained by The AP show at least four members of Louisiana's congressional delegation have intervened on Taylor Energy Company's behalf, urging federal regulators to take up a settlement proposal.
They don't think the Cuban-inspired medical program is academically serious.
Uber overtakes taxis as the most expensed form of ground transportation, according to expense management system provider Certify.
Diversity should be in greater evidence than in years past when the 67th annual Primetime Emmy nominations are announced Thursday.
She receives a standing ovation from some of the sporting world's biggest stars after her 10-minute speech.