LONDON — The Greek people are preparing to vote on a future in which they face two painful prospects: the slow grind of years more of austerity cuts or the country’s potentially catastrophic exit from the euro.
Reverend Father Vasillios Louros is photographed in the Saint Demetrios Cathedral of Astoria on Thursday.
Newlyweds Valasia Limnioti, right, and Konstantinos Patronis walk along 34th Street and 6th Avenue in Midtown Manhattan on Thursday.
Newlyweds Konstantinos Patronis, left, and Valasia Limnioti check a map in New York on Thursday.
In this photo taken Tuesday, June 30, 2015, Sophia Lewis, left, with PSEG Long Island, speaks to an attendee about employment opportunities during a job fair at Citi Field in New York. U.S. employers likely hired at another strong pace in June, a sign that the job market is nearing full heal…
Paychecks failed to budge.
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Court has responsibility to consider the practical implications of its actions.
High court's decision blurs, to the point of erasure, constitutional boundaries.
LINCOLN, Neb. — Nebraska's Hispanic population saw its smallest growth last year since an immigration wave to the state began more than two decades ago, while Asian-Americans became the state's fastest-growing demographic.
The learning standards were new. The textbooks were not.
BATON ROUGE, La. — Sticker-shocked lawmakers say they never intended to give away millions to Louisiana's solar power industry and its Wall Street investors.
BLOOMINGTON, Ind. — Margie Schrader did it in her office. Kirstin Milks did it in her classroom. Jami Hamman did it in her cubicle. And Jean Bauer did it wherever she could find a lockable door.
TOPEKA, Kan. — Republican Gov. Sam Brownback said Monday that he would sign a bill to balance Kansas' next budget by boosting sales and cigarette taxes, but it wasn't clear whether there were enough votes in the House to pass it.
DES MOINES, Iowa — With an increasing egg shortage due to the widespread bird flu outbreak, the United States will soon allow imported egg products from the Netherlands to be used for commercial baking and in processed foods.
JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. — Democratic Gov. Jay Nixon vetoed a measure Thursday that would have made Missouri the 26th right-to-work state, and it's unclear whether proponents will be able to muster enough support in the Republican-led Legislature to override the veto.
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