According to a new report, the eurocrisis has pushed faith in government below the global average.
The government seems willing to grant a smoking-ban exception to a Madrid casino – and Spaniards are upset.
Probably not. But it's not as remote a connection as you might think.
Negotiations over what would be the world's largest free trade deal begin today in Washington.
Reports says that several EU nations are engaged in surveillance programs similar to PRISM.
There is a growing consensus in Britain that it is prosperous pensioners' turn to feel a little pain.
The Kremlin says Yaroslavl Mayor Yevgeny Urlashov solicited a massive bribe. He says he's being targeted for his anti-establishment views.
As the US turns to Asia, pressure is rising on the EU to police itself, North Africa, and the Mideast.
The US has long relied on UK military support in foreign campaigns. But can that last much longer?
With September elections looming, German opposition members are asking: What did the chancellor know, and when did she know it?
Retailers in Britain are expecting sales to spike when the new heir to the throne is born this month.
The Russian president has told Edward Snowden he can stay – but only if he stops hurting 'our American partners.'
The anti-LGBT law Putin signed today is just the latest move to rein in 'aggressive minorities.'
A faster train service between Porto and Vigo debuts today. Locals hope it will help unite the region.
A Vatican accountant questioned today about a money-smuggling plot says he was simply helping friends.
The century-old cycling race remains popular in France, even after the Lance Armstrong era.
Madrid enacted reforms that could politically pressure judges running high-level corruption cases.
But would a Kremlin offer of asylum to the former NSA contractor be cynical or altruistic?
Though recession has hurt the Balkan state, many Croatians see a better future in the EU.
Russian authorities ordered a six-month closure of independent election monitor Golos this week.