News Headlines - 22 July 2015

Bernanke: German Trade Imbalance Weighs on Rest of Eurozone

In his latest blog, Bernanke writes that the disparity among different eurozone economies pose “serious challenges” for the region and for the eurozone project. One primary example: the eurozone’s unemployment rate tops 13% excluding Germany, while Germany’s unemployment rate is under 5%, less than 5.3% rate in the U.S.

New York Is Set for $15 Minimum Wage for Fast-Food Workers - Bloomberg Politics

A panel formed at New York Governor Andrew Cuomo’s behest recommended that the minimum wage for fast-food workers be raised to $15 an hour by 2018 in New York City and three years later in the rest of the state.

NASA to announce latest discovery from exoplanet-hunting Kepler mission | CTV News

NASA is teasing space enthusiasts, hinting that it may have some big news to announce about other Earth-like planets in the Milky Way.
The space agency said it plans to share a new discovery from its Kepler Space Telescope at a news conference scheduled for 9 a.m. PDT on Thursday.

After Ashley Madison hack, Whisper users reveal how their lives were destroyed by cheating | Daily Mail Online

After the hacking of adulterous dating site Ashley Madison has left thousands of cheaters at risk of being exposed to their jilted significant others, people who've been caught straying in the past are coming out of the woodwork to share their own stories of being unfaithful.

The 20 Best Rock Guitar Intros of All Time — Video | Guitar World

We’ve compiled 20 of what think are the greatest rock and roll intros of all time. Check them out, and then tell us some that you’d like to see on the list.








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