By Rand Paul
Obama acts as though we no longer have a Constitution
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Germany kept alive hopes that the 17-nation euro currency can survive the sprawling debt crisis when lawmakers in Europe's largest economy on Thursday voted overwhelming in favor of expanding the powers of the eurozone's bailout fund.
The number of people falling sick as a result of E. coli contamination has slowed to a trickle, Germany's national disease control center said Tuesday, even as the death toll from the outbreak rose by one Tuesday to 37.
The number of people falling sick as a result of E. coli contamination has slowed to a trickle, Germany's national disease control center said Tuesday, even as the death toll from the outbreak rose by one to 37.
Was it a restaurant in Luebeck? A port festival in Hamburg? Or a yet-unknown site, still churning out deadly E. coli infections?
Spanish vegetables suspected of contamination with a potentially deadly bacteria are being recalled from stores in Austria and the Czech Republic to prevent the spread of a deadly outbreak, officials said Sunday.
Government officials say two more people have died of a bacterial outbreak allegedly caused by contaminated Spanish cucumbers _ bringing the number of deaths to nine.
Berlin's beloved polar bear Knut, an international star who as a cuddly, fluffy cub graced magazine covers, movies and merchandise, died Saturday. His death at the young age of four took zookeepers and animal experts by surprise.
A man wearing an Afghan army uniform opened fire on German troops working on a vehicle in northern Afghanistan Friday, killing two soldiers and wounding at least eight others, officials said.
The father first raped his daughter on her 12th birthday, after the other children had left her party, prosecutors said as a stomach-turning incest case opened in western Germany.
Thousands of fans have cheered the return of Formula One world champion Sebastian Vettel to Berlin.
German prosecutors and defense attorneys on Wednesday recommended no prison time for a girl-band singer accused of causing bodily harm to her ex-boyfriend by allegedly infecting him with HIV.
Germany's main opposition leader Frank-Walter Steinmeier announced Monday he will take a few weeks off politics so he can donate a kidney to his wife.
European Union leaders agreed Thursday to go public with the results of "stress tests" checking the stability of the bloc's banks, an attempt to restore confidence to markets spooked since Greece demanded a bailout to prevent an embarrassing default.