As German Chancellor Angela Merkel visits the U.S., her nation -- the richest in Europe -- is facing some daunting challenges. Ray Suarez reports.
By Larisa Epatko
German Chancellor Angela Merkel and President Obama addressed questions about their countries' sluggish economies and the missions in Afghanistan and Libya at a news conference Tuesday.
By Elizabeth Shell
Dominique Strauss-Kahn was as urbane and well-mannered an interviewee as ever you'll meet. Sensible and clear, as in a NewsHour interview during the heat of the Crash of '08. Candid, as in another interview, one I did with…
By Larisa Epatko
It took three rounds of voting Wednesday to elect Chancellor Angela Merkel's candidate for president, Christian Wulff, in a sign of brewing differences within her coalition ranks.
Greece's Prime Minister George Papandreou visited Washington and several other nations this week to ask for support cracking down on speculative trading to help Athens employ reforms to help its budget crisis.
Judy Woodruff speaks to a Washington Post reporter about developments in Afghanistan just days before President Obama makes a decision about U.S. strategy there.
In other news, leaders across Europe commemorated the 91st anniversary of the end of World War I, and 11 people died in a pair of attacks in northwestern Pakistan.
On the 20th anniversary of the fall of the Berlin Wall, Germans celebrated the event that came to symbolize the end of the Cold War. Jeffrey Brown reports.
By Online DA
In a surprise reversal that has left politicians across Germany fuming, General Motors' board has voted to abandon a deal to sell its European operations to car-parts supplier Magna International Inc. and Russian bank Sberbank.
Democrats started pushing climate change legislation a month before the U.S. participates in climate talks in Copenhagen. Kwame Holman reports.
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