Last year, Mario Draghi rescued the euro and the global economy. This year, the European Central Bank boss faces doing it all over again
Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu will likely win re-election on Jan. 22. But it's his former chief of staff who's firing up the country's conservative youth
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A third of U.S. public schools have armed guards. After Newtown, more may get them. But do they make kids safer? The answer will surprise you
The theme of this year's Davos meeting is "resilient dynamism"
Its E.U. partners are prepared for Britain to leave. They hope it won't
Shinzo Abe's hawkish foreign policy isn't half as worrying as his economic one
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