Migrant death toll mounts in Europe

EISENSTADT, Austria/TRIPOLI - The death count of refugees found in an freezer truck in Austria totaled 71, including a baby girl.

Wall Street opens lower as investors wary after hectic week 10:02am EDT

- Wall Street opened lower on Friday, suggesting investors were wary of taking big positions into the weekend after days of tumultuous trading that featured both the market's worst day in four years and biggest two-day gain since the financial crisis.

A U.S. flag hangs above an entrance to the New York Stock Exchange August 26, 2015. REUTERS/Lucas Jackson

Wall Street opens lower after two-day rally

Stocks opened lower, suggesting investors were wary of taking big positions into the weekend after days of tumultuous trading that featured both the market's worst day in four years and biggest two-day gain since the financial crisis.  Full Article 

Republican Presidential candidate Donald Trump's greets the crowd during his "Make America Great Again Rally" at the Grand River Center in Dubuque, Iowa, August 25, 2015. REUTERS/Ben Brewer      TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY

Best president ever! Trump's hyperbole problem

NEW YORK/WASHINGTON - Anyone who has witnessed Trump's meteoric surge to the top of the 2016 Republican presidential field can recognize his mix of bullish optimism and hyperbole. But he risks promising voters more than he can deliver.  Full Article 

Tropical Storm Erika is seen in the Caribbean Ocean in a NOAA GOES-East satellite image taken at 14:15 ET (18:15 GMT) August 27, 2015.   REUTERS/NOAA/Handout via Reuters

Tropical Storm Erika heads for Florida

Tropical storm Erika lashed Puerto Rico and the Virgin Islands with heavy rain and fierce winds, moving across the Caribbean and seemingly heading for the Bahamas and Florida, the U.S. National Hurricane Center said.  Full Article 

Greek riot policemen rest in front of graffiti written on the wall of a bank during demonstrations over austerity measures in Athens, Greece in this May 5, 2010 file photo. REUTERS/Yiorgos Karahalis/Files

What the IMF learned from the Greece debacle

WASHINGTON/ATHENS - The International Monetary Fund knew all along its plans to help Greece were flawed. The compromises it made still dog the world’s lender of last resort.   Full Article 

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