Chances of a no-deal Brexit go up, while a second referendum seems more unlikely.
A key chip designer and British telecom companies suspend some dealings with the Chinese tech giant.
What’s at stake in this week’s elections for European Parliament.
Their plight mirrors strains — and possible solutions — across the West.
State Department officials describe intelligence and “credible threat streams” suggesting that attacks by militias linked to Iran are imminent.
In a tight labor market, asylum seekers are needed to fill jobs.
The Trump administration has demanded Huawei be left out of Germany’s plans for 5G.
The cathedral is expected to be closed for at least five years.
The continent offers the allure of permanence. But it’s always falling apart — and being rebuilt.
The episode shows how far Hungary has veered toward autocracy, but also how some freedom remains.