Trump and Putin, two of the world's most powerful men, both lost out big time to German Chancellor Angela Merkel.
Take the former Glenview Naval Air Station, near Chicago, for example.
The EPA chief on the Paris Accord, fossil fuels, clean water, clean air, economic growth. . . .
The USSR was a colonial power from the moment its troops first crossed into Ukraine.
A Kiev store that dared paint over revolutionary graffiti was attacked by an angry crowd.
As predicted, Angela Merkel is set to win, but there's a lot going on behind the headline.
The party calls for a crackdown on asylum seekers and has said that Islam is not compatible with German values.
Germans appear to have looked at the uncertainty in Britain and the U.S. after votes for Brexit and Donald Trump and plumped for stability.
The future of Poland's position in the European Union remains uncertain.
Over 80 percent of Germans feel good about Merkel's ability to "do the right thing on the world stage," the Pew Research Study showed.
Leif-Erik Holm of the hard-right Alternative for Germany (AfD) is mounting a robust challenge to Chancellor Angela Merkel in her constituency as she seeks re-election on Sept. 24.
Any proof of Ukrainian complicity on N. Korea's missile program would irreparably damage U.S.-Ukrainian relations.
The law imposes an $800 fine for 'illegal preaching' and up to $16,700 on a religious organization.
The US is selling Ukraine lethal defensive weapons, including the Javelin anti-tank missile.
A German newspaper obtained access to the inner workings of a European attack plot.