'Yes, we yawn!' one local newspaper mocked Monday's mild face-off between Chancellor Angela Merkel and Foreign Minister Frank-Walter Steinmeier.
The sale of GM's European unit to a Canadian-Russian consortium could help diversify Russia's energy-focused economy.
President Obama had hoped to pressure Iran by building international consensus on tougher sanctions.
Susan Rice, US ambassador to the UN, sounded less strident Friday in addressing Iran’s nuclear program than Secretary of State Clinton has.
A Christian Science perspective.
The day after New York Times reporter Stephen Farrell was released by British commandos, a new poll finds growing opposition to the UK's troop commitment to the war.
The US president's approval rating in Europe is 86 percent, even as he faces assaults from the right at home. But can he use that to advance his policy goals?
Twenty years ago today, Hungary decided to test its allies' mood by opening its border, allowing thousands of East Germans to escape.