The plan for $12 billion in emergency relief is quickly dismissed by some farm-state Republicans, who say farmers want markets for their crops, not government payoffs.
The action comes a day after Yemen’s Saudi-backed prime minister appealed to the kingdom and its allies to save the local currency from “complete collapse.”
"I can think of no matter of 'intense public interest' about which 'the American people deserve the details' than the issue of what precisely happened to the criminal referrals that followed the 2008 crash."
"The only reason why they effected this so-called bailout of Greece was to save their own banks and to present this as solidarity with Greece."
His campaign and analysts counter the media frenzy that says Sanders has no plan and call into question the New York Daily News interview that sparked it.
Federal Reserve official Neel Kashkari warns that "we won't see the next crisis coming, and it won’t look like what we might be expecting."
Most of Sunday's snap general election results are in -- and it seems Syriza has claimed another important victory in Greece and Alexis Tspiras will continue to lead the country.
One day after Greek Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras resigned and called for an early election to deal with a party rebellion over the country’s third bailout deal, Greece’s president has asked the country’s main opposition party to form a new government.
In a move that looks at once like a boost for Greece's economic cause and grounds for further complication among eurozone member countries, the International Monetary Fund on Tuesday warned that it might pull its support for the proposed bailout plan unless other nations agree to whittle down some of Greece's debt.
Greece's Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras on Tuesday continued the diplomatic high-wire act that his country's economic crisis has obliged him to attempt by working hard to persuade members of the Greek Parliament and the general population to accept the bailout package he was just offered in Brussels.