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Her resignation cannot come too soon.
His Syriza party captured a plurality of the vote in a snap election yesterday.
The Greek prime minister is skipping the confidence vote in parliament and going straight to the people.
Alexis Tsipras went all in and lost.
The global economy is in for a "catastrophe of historic proportions," says investor Doug Casey.
Corporations provide an easy political target for tax-hungry politicians, but the burden of corporate taxes falls on ordinary citizens.
Progressives can't imagine progress without government force
Counteracting government thieving
If there ever were any Greeks to speak of transferring their savings into bitcoins, chances are most have stopped.
Free markets weren't on the ballot.
Greeks want big government but they want someone else to pay for it.
Alexis Tsipras is officially calling for a referendum.
This is what a bank run looks like.
Looming threat of Grexit still looming
Greece is promising once again to come up with a list of reforms.
The Greeks have until Monday to say what reforms they're prepared to make.
Things could get ugly if Greece and the rest of the Eurozone can't make a deal.
No one injured
Marine committed suicide while working on the embassy security detail in Athens; local hospital allegedly performed unauthorized autopsy
Believed to be Syrians
Might as well air it out now?
DNA tests show the girl is not related to the couple
Could be charged with being a member of a criminal organization
Nikolaos Mihaloliakos is charged with founding a criminal organization
Far right, fascist political party accused of essentially running a military cell
Two of far right party's lawmakers arrested
Good cheap meals from informal micro-cookeries
Supporter of the xenophobic party was allegedly recently involved in the killing of a musician
Pavlos Fyssas was stabbed by man who admitted to being a member of Golden Dawn