The latest on the Brussels attacks
The Islamic State has claimed responsibility for the explosions, which killed more than 30 people.
Deadly Islamist attacks in Europe since 2004
Around 35 people were killed and more than 200 wounded in a series of attacks in Brussels on Tuesday claimed by the Islamic State group and described as a strike at the very heart of Europe.
Brussels attacks: Over 20 killed in multiple blasts at airport and metro
Neighboring France, Germany and the Netherlands tightened border security Tuesday after the attacks on Brussels airport and metro system.
Parenting is hardest in the richest countries
The 2016 World Happiness Report looks at the connection between parenting and happiness around the globe.
These are the key points of the controversial EU-Turkey deal on refugees
The European Union and Turkey sealed a deal on Friday to curb an unprecedented flow of migrants to Europe in exchange for concessions to Ankara.
Paris attacks suspect Abdeslam 'wanted to blow himself up' at stadium
Captured fugitive Salah Abdeslam initially planned to blow himself up outside the Stade de France during the Paris attacks but changed his mind, a prosecutor said Saturday.
Greek minister likens Idomeni refugee camp to Dachau
Greece's interior minister on Friday likened the grim camp holding thousands of refugees on the border with Macedonia to the infamous Nazi concentration camp.
Germany is taking on Facebook’s data industrial complex
Personal privacy and data protection is a touchy subject for Germans.
Kosovo buying body scanner to stop MPs taking teargas into parliament
US-KOSOVO-PARLIAMENT-SECURITY:Kosovo buying body scanner to stop MPs taking teargas into parliament
The big questions behind the EU's migrant deal with Turkey
Here's one: Is the plan to send back all migrants arriving in Greece legal?
The cruel irony behind the most powerful passports in the world
As the European Union tightens restrictions on migrants wanting to enter the region, European travelers are enjoying the freest movement in the world.
Europe's 2016 migrant crisis by the numbers
EU President Donald Tusk sent a stark message Thursday to would-be economic migrants not to come to Europe as the bloc seeks to get a grip on the crisis.
Gene holds key to (no) grey hair
Dyeing one's hair may no longer be the only option for keeping grey at bay, scientists said Tuesday in announcing the discovery of a gene that makes hair lose its luster.
Mud-soaked migrants fight for food as Greek border blockade drags on
Desperate and freezing, migrants scramble over each other to grab food thrown out from the back of a van. It has been a long, cold night on the Greek-Macedonian border.
The real drama behind Oscar winner 'Spotlight' is still playing out around the world
Cardinal George Pell, the highest ranking church official yet, admits to 'enormous' mistakes in allowing abuse.
European Parliament calls for Saudi arms embargo
The body says Britain, France and other EU governments should no longer sell weapons to a country accused of targeting civilians in Yemen.
See the Milky Way mapped out in stunning detail
Thank you, European Southern Observatory.
Amnesty's annual report slams Europe's 'shameful' response on refugees
The London-based campaign group, traditionally more used to blasting dictatorships, used its annual report to take some of the world's oldest democracies to task.
The US stands to lose billions if Europe fumbles the refugee crisis
Politicians talk about tightening EU borders. But economists see a huge downside.
Introducing the world’s dopest tablecloth
A Swedish company has developed a tablecloth with a drum kit and piano keys printed on the fabric. Here's how it works.
EU must cut beef consumption in half to reach 2020 climate targets
EU climate targets won't be met unless greenhouse gas emissions linked to beef and dairy consumption are dramatically reduced, a Swedish study published on Monday said.
Pope calls for worldwide abolition of death penalty
It's about taking the commandment 'Thou shalt not kill' literally.
The 2016 World Press Photo winners — in pictures
The topics range from the war in Syria to the illegal ivory trade in many parts of Africa.
Tear gas has become a regular thing in Kosovo’s parliament
Three times in one session.
The mystery behind mass sperm whale deaths in Europe
Until there are results from the autopsies, scientists say there's only speculation at this point.
Humans started having sex with Neanderthals way earlier than thought
A group of modern humans that arrived in Eurasia far earlier than previously thought also had sex with Neanderthals, according to a new study.
Polish film director Andrzej Zulawski dies at 75
Polish art-house film director Andrzej Zulawski died on Wednesday at the age of 75 after a long battle with cancer, his family said.
Germany’s coming for all those euros stuffed in your mattress
The 'cashless future' is closer than ever, but cash-loving Germans are not happy about it.
NATO deploys warships to Aegean Sea to deal with Europe's refugee crisis
Germany and Turkey, both seeking to limit the influx of migrants, requested the operation. NATO insists it's not focused on 'pushing back refugee boats.'
Bernie Sanders wants the US to be more like Sweden. Could it work?
Could a Scandinavian-style welfare state work in the US? And what exactly does a 'social democracy' look like in Sweden?
The US can learn a lot from Zurich about how to fight its heroin crisis
The Swiss city went from Europe's 1990s drug den to one of the best places to live on Earth.