The Yom Kippur attack on a synagogue raised alarms, but the rot of far-right anti-Semitism continues to spread. One reason: authorities won’t call it by its name.
Josephine Hüetlin is a freelance correspondent based in Berlin.
As temperatures soared toward 115 F, demonstrators braved the police and the sun itself.
The assassination of a conservative pro-immigrant politician raises questions once again about far-right cells, sympathies, and blind spots among police and the military.
For young voters especially, the environment is a vital issue, and their surge in European Parliament elections kept populist parties (some of them climate change deniers) at bay.
Trump claimed immigrants spiked the murder rate in Germany. In fact, one suicidal airline pilot and one murderous nurse—native Germans—did that. This is the story of the nurse.
It's one thing to get hacked by the NSA or the GRU. But security was so lax among Germany's political elite they allegedly got doxxed by a kid with a keyboard.
Thursday’s raids on its Frankfurt headquarters are likely to be just the beginning of Deutsche Bank’s troubles with Berlin, but the ripple effects can be felt as far as Washington.
As Angela Merkel asks, “What have we really learned?” Two children of 1938 remember.