By KAREEM FAHIM
Amr Moussa, a foreign minister under Hosni Mubarak, is running on experience and tolerance in a country that threw out the establishment.
By NELSON D. SCHWARTZ and JESSICA SILVER-GREENBERG
The company's loss is a rare misstep by Jamie Dimon, who prides himself on having his fingers on the pulse of his 270,000-employee company.
By NIKI KITSANTONIS
Greece's president will start negotiations on Sunday to form a coalition government in a last-ditch effort to avoid new elections and further political turmoil.
By SARAH LYALL
The British Ministry of Defense has notified residents of some buildings that it might install air-defense systems on roofs to protect the Olympics.
By RACHEL DONADIO
Alexis Tsipras, the leader of the party Syriza, hopes to ride a tide of anti-austerity sentiment to break from four decades of ossified two-party government in Greece.