Historically enemies, minorities and parties like France's National Front are increasingly in sync as the former seek insurance against radical Islam and the latter tries to gain mainstream credibility.
Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn is a reluctant voice of restrictionism for EU citizens. But he and his party are reading Britain's anti-immigration political winds.
London commuters walked, biked, and took the bus as workers for the city's iconic Underground walked out in a dispute over staffing levels.
A resignation letter from Ivan Rogers, Britain's former envoy to the European Union, criticizes how Theresa May's government is going about the process.
Only 25,000 asylum seekers were deported from the country, less than half of the amount that left of their own volition.
With right-wing parties set to do well in elections in the Netherlands, France, and Germany this year, many are concerned about a Europe-wide populist swing. But the EU remains popular.
The Augsburg evacuations were spurred by the discovery of a massive explosive device that was over 70 years old.
As the world's elderly population grows, it is also becoming increasingly urban. But city living poses many challenges to older people. In Manchester, England, they're trying to fix that.
The news brings a Europe-wide manhunt to an end after Monday's attack, which killed 12 people. Meanwhile, German authorities detained two brothers on suspicion of plotting a separate attack.