Listen: Riots Flare in Athens on the 10th Anniversary of a Police Killing
"Of surprising news out of Washington. Federal Reserve officials may switch to a wait and see approach regarding monetary policy after likely interest rate increase at their meeting in December which could slow down the pace of rate increases next year. The Wall Street Journal says under data dependent strategy. They're apparently considering the fed could step back from the predictable path of quarterly hikes. It's been on for most of the past two years that news broke in the final hour of the days, Wall Street session and helped stocks storm back from steep early losses. That had the Dow industrials down well over seven hundred points during the morning, the blue-chip index finished a seventy nine points lower for the day. The s&p was down four while the NASDAQ and at twenty nine points higher. That's your money now. France is gearing up for another weekend of protests. These are your world headlines from ABC news soccer matches have been cancelled the Eiffel tower will even be closed this weekend at a fear that those protests over fuel hikes will continue the AP reports that France will deploy more than sixty five thousand security forces across the country off the coast of Japan. The search and rescue mission continues for the five missing US marines after the mid air mishap on Thursday to pilots have been recovered one in the water for about four hours and one survived in the water for ten hours. Neither was found a raft. And finally in Greece protesters in Athens have set up a massive burning barricade and pelted riot police with firebombs and rocks on Thursday on the tenth anniversary of a fatal police shooting of a teenager that sparked the worst riots Greece has seen in decades. Video coming out of that city shows cars on fire protesters setting off fireworks at lines and lines of Greek riot police, I'm Mike. Holly hunter at the ABC news foreign desk in London. It's been nine years since Susan Powell vanished. Now, we're hearing from the lead detective on the case in the police recordings of Susan's husband Josh Powell when he was first questioned. Komo's Carleen Johnson reports from the first interview police detective Ellis Maxwell suspected Josh Powell had something to do with his wife Susan's disappearance. It was December seventh two thousand nine season hadn't shown up to daycare or work. Josh finally returned home saying that he'd taken the boys camping overnight. I approach the passenger."