Look out Don Jr... Mueller may have had these wiretap transcripts for months.
And there's politics behind it...
A banker's work is never done!
For years now, Pep Guardiola has been getting credit that belongs to Xavi and Iniesta. Yesterday's result is more evidence that proves it.
On tonight's episode of the Late Nite music Club, we celebrate the life and music of a great guitarist and composer.
European security chiefs see the flow of extremists to and from Syria as their top terrorist threat.
In 30 cities across Spain thousands of people protested government corruption and called for Prime Minister Mariano Rajoy's resignation. In solidarity with the demonstrations, hacktivist group Anonymous knocked out the ruling People's Party website.
Bolivian President Evo Morales's plane was rerouted to Austria after France and Portugal barred it from crossing their airspace due to concerns it may be ferrying NSA leaker, Edward Snowden.
Video: A record 6 million people -- or 27.2 percent of the population -- are unemployed in Spain, the highest level for the country since it began keeping records in 1976.
From this Monday's Democracy Now, economist Richard Wolff is asked about Bill O'Reilly's remarks last week where he told his audience on Fox that Cyprus and other European countries are facing economic hardships because they’re so-called "nanny states." Wolff responded with a lesson in economics 101 for Bill-O.
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