At the notorious Nazi death camp, young Germans reckon with the past and grapple with modern fissures over migration and identity across Europe.
Despite a growing sense of urgency over anti-Semitic attacks and bullying in classrooms, German teachers are still not routinely trained on how to respond.
The question has been brewing for decades: What does it mean to be German?
Border checks are undermining an ideal and resulting in discrimination.
Interior Minister Horst Seehofer's remarks come at a volatile time for Merkel's government.
Both Germany and France are turning immigrants away.
Her coalition partner is divided, as the far right grows in strength.
A challenge over migration from the Bavarian party leader appeared to have been fended off.
The AfD is changing Germany’s political culture. Is that good for the country’s democracy?
Officials say the facilities will streamline deportations, but critics see a doomed strategy.