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.
Taking control of Poland's airwaves
A left-right coalition has taken control of public media as a presidential election approaches.
NATO contemplates a broader mission
Madeleine Albright presents recommendations on a new strategic concept for the alliance.
Macedonian Jews erect world-class Holocaust museum
The country's tiny remaining Jewish community is building a $23 million center.
Lech Kaczynski's death boosts his brother's fortunes
Jaroslaw Kaczynski's approval ratings soar as Poland's snap presidential election approaches.
Leaders miss funeral for Poland's first couple
Ash cloud from Iceland volcano mars attendance at elaborate state funeral for president killed in plane crash.
In Europe, forced to take the long way home
The lucky ones find tickets — and seats — for an uncomfortable train trip home.
Warsaw: Mourning and protest
While some Poles wait in line to pay their respects, others protest chosen burial spot for Lech Kaczynski.
Why the Polish plane crash is called "Katyn 2"
The divided commemorations of a 1940 massacre underscore persistent divides between Russia and Poland.
Crash spotlights derelict Russian airports
Military airfields like the Smolensk strip where a Polish plane crashed Saturday lack up-to-date equipment.
Poland's enormous loss
Poland grapples with loss of president, leaders
Air crash tragedy is unlikely to have significant impact on day-to-day functioning of country.
Zloty economics: Crisis? What crisis?
Poland didn't just weather the global economic meltdown — it became a safe haven for investors.
Why do Polish women lag behind?
Poland has few prominent women in politics or business.
Expect delays before John Paul II is made a saint
The current church scandal will further prolong efforts to beatify the late pope.
Poland's first primary campaign: everybody wins?
The party will come out ahead in contest between Sikorski and Komorowski.
Ukraine's bloody history, unearthed
The recent honor bestowed on Stepan Bandera raised shrieks in Ukraine and abroad.
Polish conservatives aghast at Human Rights Court verdict
Strasbourg decision could give additional rights to same-sex couples in Poland.
Why Poles cheered Yushchenko's ouster
20th century Ukrainian nationalist Stepan Bandera still divides Poland and Ukraine.
Lessons from eastern Europe's flat tax
A theory in the US is reality in Bulgaria and elsewhere in the region. Does it work?
Poland: Sex, drugs and scandal
Who said Polish politics was dull?
Poland learns to love Valentine's Day
With help from hearts, politicians, the Church and Harlequin romance, Poles embrace the holiday.
Opinion: Greek debt crisis a hazard for EU
Should Germany and the EU bail out Greece? It poses serious questions.
Jaruzelski, age 86, again mounts a defense
The struggles of the general who crushed the 1981 Solidarity uprising reflect Poland's complicated history.
Poland's PM bows out of presidential race
Donald Tusk says he wants to remain prime minister in order to pass needed reforms.
Are Polish political campaigns copycats?
Some of the campaign posters and ads in Poland are eerily similar to American versions.
Hitman's death is a reminder of an earlier Poland
Artur "Ivan" Zirajewski had accused Polish-American businessman Edward Mazur of murder.
Poland's economy bests its neighors'
Poland avoided recession in 2009 and forecasts growth for 2010.
8 wacky holiday traditions
Americans aren't the only ones whose traditions are a cause for raised eyebrows.