Greek voters had the choice to reject the man who led their country closer than ever to being forced out of Europe’s single currency. Instead, they embraced him.
Alexis Tsipras and his Coalition of the Radical Left, or Syriza, emerged from a second election in eight months with a level of support barely diminished from the emphatic victory that catapulted him both into power and a standoff with the euro region. Syriza, which took 35.5 percent of the vote com...
20:10 Sturgill Simpson: A Guide to the Surprise Album of the Year Nominee13
18:00 Grammy Nominations 2017: Female Singers Dominate Most Country Categories8
06:34 After Italian Prime Minister Renzi’s defeat, this Trump fan could throw Europe into crisis15
06:12 New Zealand’s Prime Minister, John Key, Says He Will Step Down18