Fashion Week comes to Berlin on Wednesday to showcase spring and summer 2010 collections. While many of the shows require an invite, there are still plenty of things for the common "volk" to see.
The Rhine River water temperature is three degrees Celsius above its natural average, the result of power plants along the river and global warming, German environmental group BUND said in a report issued Tuesday.
Germany's top court said on Tuesday that additional national legislation was needed before the EU's Lisbon Treaty could be ratified, further delaying its adoption across the 27-member bloc.
For the second time in two days, the Goodyear Dunlop tire factory in Fulda received bomb threats from an unknown man, police reported Tuesday.
They’re sleek, fast and illegal in Germany: fixed-gear bicycles. Marc Young reports on how trendy fixie riders have sparked a police crackdown in Berlin.
Germany’s unemployment rate in June fell slightly to 8.1 percent from 8.2 percent last month, but the slight improvement doesn’t mean the economy is out of troubled waters yet, analysts said on Tuesday.
Stricken German luxury sportscar maker Porsche said on Tuesday that its request for a €1.75-billion-euro loan from the German state had been rejected.
A stressed-out trainee with Deutsche Post has admitted to burning election documents and brochures instead of delivering them, police in the southern town of Göppingen reported.
Medical test results concerning alleged Nazi-criminal John Demjanjuk’s ability to stand trial are expected to be released this week.
A double by Sandro Wagner rounded off a stunning 4-0 success for Germany over England in the European Under-21 championship final to give them their first success in the tournament on Monday night.
Insolvent German mail-order company Quelle got a massive credit injection of €50 million on Monday night after more than four hours of negotiations, government officials said.