German Finance Minister Wolfgang Schäuble said Thursday that countries that share the euro will need coordinated budget policies at some point.
Germany's first openly gay Schützenkönig, an honour conferred by a traditional shooting club, will be allowed to take part in a national marksman competition after agreeing not to bring his partner.
The chief of German railway operator Deutsche Bahn has said he's willing to postpone demolition work on the Stuttgart train station until after a referendum on the controversial project likely later this year.
This Week's Highlights: Frankfurt's Museum Embankment Festival, Berlin's Long Night of Museums, and a wine village in Stuttgart.
Leading European television group, RTL, a unit of Germany's Bertelsmann, is ready to spend more than €1 billion ($1.44 billion) for control of the Polish company TVN, press reports said Thursday.
Thunder, lightning and hail are set to sweep across Germany on Friday, bringing a stormy end to summer as a cold front causes temperatures to plunge.
German consumer sentiment has been hit by the transatlantic debt crisis and fears of a new recession, falling to its lowest level since late last year, the GfK research institute said Thursday.
A Munich S-Bahn driver is accused of insulting a black passenger on a commuter train’s intercom and then kicking the man after he tried to complain.
Forbes magazine has named German Chancellor Angela Merkel the world's most powerful woman, calling her the "undisputed" leader of the European Union and head of its only "real global economy."
Looking for “legendary” rock climbing, Matt Herron heads to Rhineland-Palatinate’s Dahner Felsenland.