- Kim Davis was taken in to custody following a Thursday hearing.2
- U.S. stocks closed little changed erasing a rally of nearly 200 points for the Dow Jones Industrial Average, as optimism over European Central Bank stimulus faded before the government’s monthly job report3
- Alejandro Maldonado, a 79-year-old former congressman and head of Guatemala’s constitutional court, was sworn in as president on Thursday after a bribery scandal prompted Otto Perez Molina to resign.4
- The British day trader accused of contributing to the 2010 flash crash enlisted a computer programmer to help him work out a system to manipulate stock prices.5
- The Conservatives face a stiff challenge from the New Democrats.7
- Scripps, the owner of the Food Network and Cooking Channel, is asking one of its largest online competitors to bring in viewers with a show about tailgating fare.8
- She rebuffed an audience member in Bern who asked how Merkel wants to protect “our culture” against “the Islamization of Europe.”9
- A sign U.S. demand was buoyant in the face of financial-market turmoil.10
- As fighter jets streaked through the skies of Beijing and tanks rolled through Tiananmen Square to commemorate the end of World War II, the Chinese President announced the biggest cuts to the army in almost two decades.11
- UniCredit is considering cutting at least 10,000 jobs as Italy’s biggest bank reviews its strategic plan.13
- The measure of Americans’ views of the economy fell to 32.7 from 34.6, the biggest drop since late February.14
- Wage growth, jobless rate on the edge of "full employment" also on economists' and policy makers' radars.
- Boeing said Nippon Cargo Airlines scrapped orders for four 747 freighters valued at $1.5 billion.