Gudrun Burwitz was a committed Nazi until her death last month.
Jaroslaw Kaczynski's fellow party members have previously estimated that Berlin could owe up to $850 billion to Poland.
The army said a suspect had been arrested and interrogated.
The man was caught on CCTV sprinkling a white powder onto a colleague's sandwiches.
Germany's chancellor needs Europe's help to keep her government from falling apart.
New research hits back at the myth immigration damages the host nation's economy.
Mexico's soccer fans' use of a homophobic chant has once again drawn the ire of FIFA.
"Big mistake made all over Europe in allowing millions of people in who have so strongly and violently changed their culture!" the president wrote on Twitter.
Can "El Tri" take down the defending champions?
Police believe the suspect was following an ISIS guide for making a ricin bomb.
Russia has consistently denied any efforts to disseminate "fake news" to impact foreign nations.
Police called Kenia's visit "short and peaceful."
"Other swimmers told me that the robbers shouted, 'This is no swimming place for Nazis.'"
"If people like U.S. Ambassador Richard Grenell believe they can dictate like a lord of the manor who rules in Europe and who doesn't, they can no longer remain in Germany as a diplomat."
Richard Grenell broke with diplomatic norms to say he wants to "empower" conservatives across Europe.
The German zoo said the big cats—two lions, two tigers and a jaguar—escaped alongside a bear. Then aerial drones spotted the animals.
"This is the first administration that thinks it is in the American interest to have a divided Europe rather than a united one," Frans Timmermans said.