Volkswagen-SouthKorea-112615.jpg Environment ministry of South Korea Thursday ordered Volkswagen Korea to recall 125,522 diesel vehicles on determining actual emissions of nitrogen oxides. The ministry has asked the German automobile maker to pay a fine of 14.1 billion Won or $12.31 million. The company has to submit a recall plan by January 6, 2016.

Anti-aircraft-Missile-112615.jpg Russia has set up long-range anti-aircraft missile system, as a self defence measure, in view of the Turkey attack on its fighter jet. The Defence minister Sergei Shoigu said it has deployed new generation anti-aircraft weapon S-400 that can strike targets in 250 miles. The missiles are setup at Latakia airbase and the target area includes Turkey, Syria, Lebanon, Israel, parts of Iraq and Cyprus.

Stock-Market-500_26Nov15.jpg European stocks look set to extend gains for a second straight session on Thursday as investors bet on further stimulus from the European Central Bank at its December 3 meeting. That said, trading volumes are expected to be light amid the Thanksgiving Day holiday in the U.S. U.S. stocks finished...

Pregnant-Progesterone-112615.jpg Giving progesterone to women with a history of three or more miscarriages in the first trimester of pregnancy may not actually help, a new study published in The New England Journal of Medicine has found. While progesterone is essential for the maintenance of pregnancy, "...whether progesterone supplementation...

Glades-Drugs-FDA-112615.jpg The U.S. Food and Drug Administration has alerted health care professionals and patients of a voluntary recall of compounded multivitamin capsules containing high amounts of Vitamin D3 (Cholecalciferol), distributed nationwide by Glades Drugs in Pahokee, Florida. FDA has received reports of several...

Wilderness-Wild-Chews-Bones-Recall-112515.jpg Pet products firm Blue Buffalo Co. is voluntarily recalling one production lot of "Cub Size Wilderness Wild Chews Bones" due to potential contamination with the harmful Salmonella bacteria.

wallstreet3-121214_25Nov15.jpg After seeing modest strength throughout much of the session, stocks gave back ground into the close of trading on Wednesday. While the Nasdaq managed to hold on to a moderate gain, the Dow and the S&P 500 closed nearly flat.

whitehouse-Obama-112515.jpg Despite recent terrorist attacks overseas, President Barack Obama has sought to reassure Americans that there is currently no specific or credible threat to the United States from the terrorist group known as the Islamic State or ISIS.

HillaryRodhamClinton-112515.jpg Former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton is holding on to a lead in the Iowa Democratic caucus, according to the results of a new Quinnipiac University poll. The poll found that 51 percent of likely Democratic caucus participants support Clinton, while 42 percent favor Vermont Sen. Bernie Sanders.

wallstreet1-121214_25Nov15.jpg After moving modestly higher earlier in the session, stocks remain mostly positive in mid-day trading on Wednesday. With the upward move, the major averages are adding to the slim gains posted in the previous session.

US-troops-112515.jpg On the heels of deadly terrorist attacks in Paris and Beirut, the results of a new Gallup poll found that an increasing number of Americans support sending U.S. ground troops to assist in the fight against the terrorist group known as the Islamic State or ISIS.

wallstreet2-103112_25Nov15.jpg Stocks have moved modestly higher in early trading on Wednesday following the release of a slew of U.S. economic data. The major averages have all moved to the upside, adding to the slim gains posted in the previous session.

CONSUMER-RETAIL_25Nov15.jpg Consumer sentiment in the U.S. improved by less than previously estimated in the month of November, according to a report released by the University of Michigan on Wednesday.

NewHomeSales-112515.jpg After reporting a sharp pullback in U.S. new home sales in the previous month, the Commerce Department released a report on Wednesday showing that new home sales rebounded in October. The report said new home sales jumped 10.7 percent to an annual rate of 495,000 in October.

Osborne-112515.jpg The UK economy is set to grow faster than earlier expected in the next two years as investments are projected to improve, UK Chancellor of the Exchequer George Osborne said Wednesday. The chancellor also abandoned the controversial move to make changes in tax credits, citing better public finances.

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