There’s a Lost Continent 1,000 Miles Under Europe
Scientists tracked down the last remnants of Greater Adria, an ancient Greenland-sized landmass.
What You Need to Know About Ursula Von Der Leyen, the EU’s First Woman President
The German defense minister faces a divided Europe and a fragmented parliament.
It's So Damn Hot Around the World Right Now
A global heat wave is hitting Alaska, Europe, and Asia.
How the Black Plague Left Traces in Arctic Ice
Charlemagne’s iconic silver currency increased industrial lead pollution, while the Black Death caused it to plummet.
Europe’s Deadly Heatwave Marked the Hottest June on Record
We can expect more brutal heatwaves to come according to a pair of European climate reports.
Think the Photo of the Drowned Migrant Father and Child Will Change Something? Just Ask Europe.
“The lesson from Europe is we can’t take that moment of compassion for granted — we have to sustain it over time in order to affect policy.”
Fossils of a 12-Foot-Tall, 1000-Pound Bird Found in Crimea
Pachystruthio dmanisensis was three times the size of modern ostriches.
The Inside Story of Europe's First Narco-State
A young generation of Albanians are caught between organized crime's politics, rampant unemployment, and the fast cash of Class A drugs.
One Does Not Simply Use Aragorn for Spanish Far-Right Propaganda
Actor Viggo Mortensen is now fighting with Spain's far-right party for using Aragorn in one of their tweets.
The Idaho GOP is helping an alt-right YouTube star marry her Austrian white nationalist boyfriend
Martin Sellner says he lost his travel privileges after being investigated for his ties to the mosque mass shooter in Christchurch.
How the far right is weaponizing Nazi history in Germany
The AfD is pushing to downplay the crimes of the Nazi era, amid fears of a new wave of German nationalism.
A Rover Named After DNA Pioneer Rosalind Franklin is Headed for Mars in 2020
“This name reminds us that it is in the human genes to explore.”