Poland grows but struggles with debt
Polish economy ends two strong years with mounting public debt problem.
Poland keeps Belarus in the spotlight
Warsaw leads EU action against its neighbor's authoritarian ruler.
Pope John Paul nears sainthood, to be beatified (VIDEO)
John Paul II moved closer to sainthood Friday as the Vatican announced he will be beatified later this year.
Poland wonders where Kaczynski was buried after plane crash
Russia blames Poles for Smolensk crash, while Poles harbor conspiracy theories.
Full Frame: Auschwitz today
A photographer captures life in the shadows of a former concentration camp.
Europe's Copts on high alert after church bombing
Faraway fears after Egypt attack kills 23 worshipers.
2010: The year in sex
From "bunga-bunga parties" to designer vaginas, behold the 10 best sex stories of 2010.
WikiLeaks overshadows Polish president's US visit
Leaked cables show Poland it is not as close to America as it thought.
Poland battles synthetic pot boom
Dubious law meant to counter synthetic marijuana could have broad application.
The Catholic Church's post-communist windfall
A commission tasked with returning confiscated property to Poland's Catholic Church did that and then some.
This is Poland's almost-president, on drugs
Jaroslaw Kaczynski disavows his campaign messages and fires key staff.
Wanderlust: Catholic priest becomes unlikely sex guru
In Poland, sex is divine. So is the "Catholic Kamasutra," apparently.
Oil and politics, the Lithuania round
How a Polish investment in a Lithuanian oil refinery went bad and raised Russia's ire.
Polish highways: Europe's deathtrap
Poland's harrowing roads have dire consequences for both drivers and the economy.
A college for the worldly student with big plans
The international make-up of the College of Europe represents a world of possibility.
Struggle in Poland over Jewish war diaries
The fight over diaries full of graphic detail about Nazi atrocities.
Poland pays homage to its "Elvis"
Poles set out to reclaim Chopin, two centuries after his birth.
Poland: empty university degrees
Polish universities rank below most other European institutes for higher education.
Poland's summer of economic discontent
There's breathing space on Poland's beaches, but that's a bad thing.
Poles question Warsaw legend
The Warsaw uprising, popularized in the post-communist era, is again a subject of controversy.
Full Frame: In the Baltic Sea, taking the plunge
Photos: Bathers brave water temperatures that dip to 39 degrees Fahrenheit.
Taking the plunge
Losing faith in the Polish church
The Polish church is losing members due to sex scandals and increasing secularism.
Poles decide on a president and a war
The presidential election brought Poland's commitment to Afghanistan and Iraq into sharp relief.
Poland: the next gas superpower?
Poland hopes to find large amounts of natural gas that will rival Texas.
Plane crash upends Polish election
The death of President Lech Kaczynski could make all the difference on Sunday.
Poland honors a hero priest
Father Jerzy Popieluszko ministered to a country oppressed by communism until he met an untimely death.
Polish plane crash mystery deepens
The cockpit recording shows pilots knew about poor visibility. So why did they keep descending?
Poland's Katrina? Massive floods repeat
Infrastructure, bureaucracy and legal hurdles ensure that Polish cities will flood again.
In Poland, floods threaten political consequences
With presidential elections set for June, the worst floods Poland has seen in more than a century have sparked debate.
Anti-Islam movement reaches Poland
Eastern Europe has had fewer tensions over Muslim immigration than western Europe, but that could change.