A German activist thinks a jobs quota could address economic disparities that linger nearly three decades after the fall of the Berlin Wall.
Its pacifist tradition poses a dilemma for those charged with protecting the country from hackers.
The reeling center-left party seeks to recover from its historic losses while working with Merkel to contain the ascendant far-right.
Can its two most-powerful parties reconcile their differences and stave off a rising far-right?
Authorities say they’re ready for the worst, but recent attacks suggest otherwise.
At a farm in the east of the country, one couple tries to forge a nationalism for the intellectual set.
Some say the PRISM scandal may hurt an important trade agreement that's being negotiated between the EU and U.S.