Viewfinder: President Donald Trump Arrives In Ireland Following U.K. State Visit
U.S. President Donald Trump disembarks Air Force One alongside First Lady Melania Trump after arriving at Shannon airport on June 5th, 2019, in Shannon, Ireland.
Thanks to Global Warming the Alps Could Soon Be Ice-Free
Even under moderate warming, Alpine glaciers would shed two-thirds of their present mass by the end of the century.
A Deadly European Fungus Threatens the Future of American Salamanders
Researchers are working to find a way to mitigate the damage to local populations of the amphibious creatures if a skin eating fungus makes its way to the U.S. from abroad.
German Parties Prepare for a Regional Election (in Photos)
The state election could serve as an effective referendum on Angela Merkel's government.
Why Are America's Wetlands Being Destroyed in the Name of Renewable Energy?
Conservation groups report that wetland forests are being drained, logged, burned, shipped across the Atlantic, and converted to monoculture pine plantations to create woody biomass.
Viewfinder: Europe Struggles to Combat Pollution by Plastic
Europe announced it will seek to ban the use of certain common plastic items, including plastic cutlery, straws, plates, swabs, and fishing gear.
Breaking Down Italy's Persistent Political Instability
More than a month after it's most recent elections the country's populace once again faces political gridlock, regional division, and a worsening relationship with Europe.
In Europe, Muslims Still Face Discrimination in Housing and Employment
Recent studies find that Muslims throughout Europe repeatedly experience discrimination because of their religion.
Viewfinder: Prison Guards Protest in France to Demand More Security
A pile of tires burns as prison officers demonstrate in front of Villefranche-sur-Saône prison in Lyon, France, on January 15th, 2018.
High Court Likely to Classify Uber as Taxi Company
An advocate general at the European Court of Justice declared that Uber is not chiefly a digital platform, but a transportation services company, in a highly influential recommendation to the court.
Nine Millennia Ago, Northern Europe May Have Resisted Farming
As farmers came to Europe from the Near East, they usually brought their culture with them—just not in the Baltics and other parts of northern Europe.
The Illusion of Belonging for European Jews
On the surface, today’s Jews can go about their lives as proudly, as openly, and as securely as members of the majority. But as the recent attacks in Denmark and France—and Europe’s response in the aftermath—remind us, this is a frighteningly fragile, if not illusory, achievement.