2010 was a tough year, not just for Barack Obama, not just for America, but for the West.
I belong to a generation of Europeans for whom the United States embodies democracy, progress and liberty. I went there as a student after the war.
From Arizona to Amsterdam, immigration remains one of the most contentious and divisive debates for Americans and Europeans alike.
Does Barack Obama know what he’s doing? The question isn’t purely rhetorical because Obama’s response to the cascade of global crises over the past several weeks has often seemed mystifying
A purported message from Osama bin Laden to Europeans urges them to distance themselves from the United States, noting that Americans are losing the war in Afghanistan. The brief message in Arabic, which appeared Friday on radical Islamic Web sites, has subtitles in English and German
It’s never been easy to be part of the huddled masses. The Statue of Liberty may not be choosy about which wretched refuse she allows in the door, but Americans themselves haven’t always been so hospitable.
America was caught off guard in the 1950s when the Soviet Union suddenly launched its first Sputnik satellite. It looks like history may repeat itself, but this time the arena is more down to earth.
Five Europeans rescued Saturday after an Indonesia diving trip went wrong had to fight off a Komodo dragon while they were waiting to be found, according to reports.
An explosion in one of the Egyptian capital’s busy tourist districts Sunday left a French woman dead and wounded nine other Europeans, the country’s Health Ministry reported. Goody, 27 tied the knot with boyfriend Jack Tweed, 21, in Hatfield Heath, Essex, east of London, UK media report.