From flying corpses to Spanish air traffic controllers, Russian media are doing their best to muddy the waters around what happened to MH17.
An American crypto-company is making a killing off German anger about U.S. spying.
Austerity is crippling the eurozone's recovery. But a straightjacket treaty and a latent banking crisis mean it's not going anywhere soon.
In case you couldn’t tell, a new Germany has won the World Cup.
Why Germans and Argentines have so much in common, even in soccer.
Ukraine's military isn't up to the task of fighting off pro-Russian separatists itself. So ordinary citizens are picking up the slack.
As a football team and as a people, the Dutch have replaced style with staying power.
Alfredo Di Stéfano was a man without a country who may have played for three.
Seventy years after the Holocaust ravaged Hungary, Budapest's right-wing government is whitewashing the country's wartime sins by building a garish monument to a past that never existed.
Smarting from a record fine on its largest bank, France wants the dollar dislodged as the global default currency.
Looking for an alternative to dysfunction in Washington? Maybe it's time to turn to Berlin.
Why even the Fuhrer was a proponent of pork barrel spending.
U.S. uses dollar power to penalize BNP Paribas for violating sanctions.
While Bosnia welcomed EU dignitaries for the official WWI centennial, protesters donned masks of assassin Gavrilo Princip and Serbs erected a statue in his honor.
Why America’s friends in Europe are wishing for the good old days of George W. Bush.
Can Louis van Gaal and Miguel Herrera do a remake of “The Odd Couple” after the World Cup? Please?
The 2014 FIFA World Cup causes celebration and protests; Iraqi refugee camps swell with families after the fall of Mosul; and people all over the world enjoy the summer heat.
Why the problem of inequality isn’t just about differences in income.
With all the things the United States has done for Germany, isn’t it time for a little payback?
Why Europeans can defend themselves, but won't until Washington makes them.
An independent Scotland would evict the United Kingdom’s nuclear force. So, then, what would Britain do with its 225 weapons?
How the lessons of the European wars of the Reformation -- hundreds of years old -- can help stave off the lethal mix of religious radicalization and politics.