In our news wrap Friday, thousands of refugees and migrants who had been trapped at a railway station in Budapest set out by foot to reach Germany, hundreds of miles away. Also, 45 soldiers from the United Arab Emirates and…
By Paul Solman
An Olympian view of the — at heart — surprisingly similar weltanschauungen of the two nations, courtesy Monty Python.
By PBS NewsHour
Four teams are left as the Women's World Cup nears its climax. Germany, the number one team in the world, will face off against the U.S., the team with the top defense currently. Jeffrey Brown learns more about the matchup…
By PBS NewsHour
During the G-7 summit, President Obama and German Chancellor Angela Merkel announced they're united in standing up to Russian President Vladimir Putin, who was not invited to the summit. The Wall Street Journal's Anton Troianovski joins Alison Stewart via Skype…
By Nedra Pickler and Julie Pace, Associated Press
Feasting on Bavarian beer and sausages, President Barack Obama on Sunday celebrated decades of U.S. friendship with Germany despite recent challenges and said the country "is proof that conflicts can end and great progress is possible."…
By Larisa Epatko
Much like people try to achieve work-life balance, countries that engage civil society, battle corruption and take care of the environment -- rather than just focusing on economic growth -- tend to serve their populations best.
By Laura Santhanam
A new Pew Research Center report compares attitudes about long-term care and aging in the United States, Italy and Germany.
By Joshua Barajas and Ariel Min
More than 50 World War II aircraft flew over the nation’s capital Friday to commemorate Nazi Germany’s defeat to the Allies 70 years ago.
Günter Grass, the Nobel Prize-winning author and social critic who grappled with the moral dilemmas of postwar Germany both on and off the page, died in Luebeck, Germany on Wednesday, April 13. He was 87 years old.
While definitive answers remain elusive, new information emerged Saturday about the young co-pilot who authorities believe deliberately flew a Germanwings airbus into the French Alps, killing all 150 people on board. For the latest, Jack Ewing of The New York…
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