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Eurozone leaders reach agreement on Greek bailout, removing threat of euro exit for now—A summit of eurozone leaders reached a tentative agreement with Greece on Monday for a bailout program that includes ‘serious reforms’ and aid, removing an immediate threat that Greece could collapse financially and leave the euro. Nine hours after a self-imposed deadline passed, the leaders announced the breakthrough early this morning.
Mexico’s most active volcano continues to belch ash and smoke into the sky. Lava from Volcán de Colima light the night sky in the Mexican state of Colima, and after the eruption lava could be seen flowing down its slopes. The volcano was last active in January and February of this year. Villages within three miles of the volcano have been evacuated.
Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker is joining the crowded field of Republican presidential candidates Monday, when he makes his official announcement from Milwaukee. While he’s up against 14 other candidates, he’s got a couple things going for him: He has been at or near the top of recent polls, alongside former Florida governor Jeb Bush and Florida Sen. Marco Rubio. He’s also logged three election victories in the past four years, including a 2012 recall attempt.