I Spied on Germany's National Spy Agency
Because someone had to.
Two Neo-Nazis Haven't Been Arrested Months After Stabbing a Journalist
The German victim identified one of the attackers and took a picture of the other, but the police still say they don't have any suspects.
I Lost My Brother to an Ultra-Conservative Religious Order
Director Zita Effra's debut documentary tells the story of how her brother joined Legion of Christ.
Elections in Germany
We Answered the Most Googled Questions About Angela Merkel
With Sunday's elections in sight, the world has some questions about the German chancellor. Like, what does Merkel think of Trump?
10 Questions You Always Wanted to Ask a Kebab Shop Owner
"I made four absolutely huge doners once and this Croatian guy just smashed them all in a row. It was astonishing."
10 Questions You Always Wanted to Ask a Recovering Alcoholic
"What I miss most about drinking is the warmth in my stomach and the feeling I can talk to anyone."
A Prison Psychologist Explains How He Treats Murderers and Rapists
“I have to like my patients, otherwise it doesn’t work.”
Steaks, Girls in Underwear and Men in Camouflage: We Went to Europe's Largest Paintball Tournament
The Euro Big Game is the manliest fake war there is.
This Man Spent 25 Years Documenting Every Day of Hitler's Life
'The Itinerary' is a 2400 page book listing where the Führer was on each day of his life, how he got there, what he did and who he was with.
A Brief History of the Ancient Law That Makes Satire Illegal
From Popes to Shahs, there's a long story behind the law that might see German satirist Jan Böhmermann prosecuted for insulting Turkey's president.
This German MMA Fighter Was Mistaken for a Refugee and Mistreated by Paramedics
Dib Akil returned home from his training session on Monday in extreme pain, so his family called the paramedics. Seemingly thinking he did not speak the language, they made snide comments about the refugee situation in Germany.
How the German Media Reacted to the News that a Swimming Pool Banned Refugees
In August 2013, the Swiss town of Bremgarten banned asylum seekers from the local public pool. Last Friday, Bornheim bei Bonn in Germany did the same thing. This time the events were reported differently.