US presidential candidate John McCain’s has accepted the Republican nomination, but many of Germany‘s newspapers in The Local’s media roundup remain focused on his surprise pick for vice president, Sarah Palin.
For the fifth year in a row, Munich is Germany's most economically successful city, according to a new study published in weekly business magazine Wirtschafts Woche on Friday.
German automaker Daimler and RWE, one of the country's largest energy providers, announced on Friday a pilot project to create a fleet of electric cars and charging stations across Berlin.
German industrial output in July slumped 1.8 percent from June, more than three times the downturn analysts had expected, underscoring the chance that Europe's biggest economy could be in recession, official figures showed Friday.
Germany's weather will continue to be a dreary preview of winter until next week, when meteorologists predict a sunny, warm, but brief reprieve will give Germans a reason to live for at least a few more days.
German Foreign Minister Frank-Walter Steinmeier called for an independent investigation of what led to the conflict between Russia and Georgia, according to an interview published Friday.
German Hartz-IV welfare benefits are too high, according to a controversial new study released this week. People supposedly only need €132 ($191) per month to ensure survival – and that means no smoking, drinking, or fun.
A European Parliament deputy looks set to become the first politician of Turkish origin to head a major German political party.
A shortage of special radioactive isotopes in Europe could threaten to halt critical cancer therapy for patients at German hospitals.
The search for a German sailor lost at sea continued on Friday, but hopes of finding the 18-year-old woman alive were fading.
Former Liverpool manager Bill Shankly once famously declared football isn't a matter of life and death - it is far more important than that.