The Chancellor's comments are aimed at a domestic and European audience, and she won't be abandoning Anglo-German relationships just yet.
There is a reason why so many conmen get away with it: their victims don’t want to admit to themselves, let alone to others, that they were taken in.
"Epa, Epa, Eeeepaaaaa" – Grampa Simpson.
Tyler Cowen argues that Americans used their new-found wealth and prestige “to dig in”, protect themselves against risk, “and to build and cement a much safer and static culture”.
The US president is living up to his promise to be "unpredictable". But is he using war as a sales pitch?
A new compact chemical agent clean-up system offers hope to formerly deadly conflict zones.
The US president changes his mind even when the facts haven't changed.
The White House press secretary claimed that Hitler never used chemical weapons on his "own people", forgetting the Jews who were killed with Zyklon B.
Scientists are scouring the Earth's deserts for life that might thrive on Mars. But is the Red Planet a distraction?
Passengers can be forcibly dragged off planes because airlines know they'll keep coming back.
The US president likely lacks the patience to even try to resolve a conflict this complex.
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