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European Union and IMF leaders have come to an agreement with Greece on extending the bailout program for another four months with revised terms to lessen some of the harsh austerity measures pushed on the Greek government.
The long awaited ceasefire in Ukraine, which was supposed to be in effect ten days ago, finally seems to be taking hold as the army reports no fatalities for the first time in weeks.
The Democratic Republic of Congo has launched an offensive against rebel Rwandan Hutus after the rebels failed to meet a deadline to disarm.
Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell said that the Senate was close to a deal on funding DHS, but the House may be unlikely to follow suit.
The Federal Communications Commission is likely to pass rules on Thursday to treat the Internet like a public utility, despite Republican opposition.
Stocks near all-time high as Fed signals that it won’t raise interest rates just yet.
Jamaica has moved to decriminalize small amounts of marijuana.
Finally, area lawmaker says cancer is a fungus.