If July 20 comes and goes without resolution or a payment from Greece, then the chances for a Greek exit not only from the euro but from the EU increase greatly.

This surprising vote changes little: Greece is still insolvent and will remain so until the free market is allowed to flourish there.

Teachers in British public schools may search students’ lunch boxes and “confiscate, keep or destroy” any items they find that violate school food policies, declared U.K. Education Minister Lord Nash.

Jean Monnet's dream of a European Union is dying, regardless of how Sunday's vote in Greece over unpalatable terms of a financial bailout turns out. 

In an attempt at ideological conquest, a drone containing abortion drugs will be sent from Germany into Poland this weekend.