The archive of all headlines from June 29, 2015, organized by time of publication.
Greece will also restrict the withdrawal and transfer of money, Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras said on Sunday, decisions that escalated tensions and uncertainty over a financial crisis that some analysts say could have global ripples.
Decades of records and interviews present a picture of a man who, before he became Florida governor, often benefited from his family connections and repeatedly put himself in situations that raised questions about his judgment.
Greece will also restrict the withdrawal and transfer of money, Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras said, escalating tensions and uncertainty over a financial crisis that some analysts say could have global ripples.
Stocks fell sharply in Europe and Asia on Monday, and Wall Street appeared headed for a slump, as Greece’s financial difficulties spread worries about possible broader harm to the global financial system.
The decision to grant same-sex couples the right to marry nationwide drew a stinging retort from the current chief justice, who accused the court of 'stealing this issue from the people.' Court backs use of redistricting commissions to prevent gerrymandering
The justices sided against three inmates who had sought to bar the use of a sedative. In the process, two dissenting members of the court came very close to calling the death penalty itself unconstitutional.
Clerks who refuse to license same-sex couples «may well face litigation and/or a fine," Texas attorney general writes. «But numerous lawyers stand ready to assist clerks defending their religious beliefs." Court backs use of redistricting commissions to prevent gerrymandering
The measure -- one of the toughest vaccination bills in the country -- has sparked heated and emotional debate in the Capitol since it was introduced in February in the wake of an outbreak of measles at Disneyland that ultimately infected more than 150 people. Nation