No other major US ally has seen public confidence in the American president drop as significantly as Germany since Donald Trump took over in the White House in January.
The move gives gay and lesbian groups reason to cheer while depriving opposition parties of a key campaign issue three months before elections.
BMW wants to invest $600 million in its plant in Spartanburg, South Carolina. The German luxury carmaker says the expansion will create 1,000 new jobs in the US. CEO Harald Krüger says free trade creates more jobs.
The European Union’s competition watchdog on Tuesday imposed a record 2.42-billion-euro ($2.72 billion) fine on technology giant Google, arguing that the company abused its dominance as a search engine by giving illegal advantage to its own shopping service. “What Google has done is illegal under EU antitrust rules. It denied other companies the chance to […]
If Gov. Bruce Rauner and his legislature in Springfield do not put a budget together by Friday, the Land of Lincoln will be the first state in the Union to see its debt plunge into junk-bond status.
German businesses were feeling more positive than ever this month, according to a closely-watched business survey, which unexpectedly improved in the latest sign of confidence in Europe’s economic recovery.
The New York Philharmonic’s outgoing music director Alan Gilbert was named Friday to lead the NDR Elbphilharmonie Orchestra in Hamburg, whose ambitions are rising with a landmark new building.
German lawmakers voted Thursday to cut off public financing for extremist parties, a measure targeting the far-right NPD after two failed attempts by parliament to ban it. Under German law, every political party receives funding from the state. The sum is partly determined by how well it is represented in the state, national and European parliaments, […]
The Bundestag has voted to rescind all convictions for homosexuality from the post-war period. Germany’s LGBT community has described the vote as “historic,” albeit not without its shortcomings.
In the first round of the special election for the House seat in Georgia’s Sixth District, 30-year-old Jon Ossoff swept 48 percent. He more than doubled the vote of his closest GOP rival, Karen Handel.