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Consider this scenario for a moment. It's 1783, and the American Revolutionary War has ended. The scrappy Colonist forces, led by Gen. George Washington, have defeated the odds, beaten Britain and the European powers (France, Spain and the Netherlands) and won independence.
In football, is Germany a nation of chokers?
Just miles from New York City’s hallowed Ground Zero, an Internet server in New Jersey hosts a Jihadist leader’s website that instructs supporters of al-Qaida to use explosive devices against western civilians, along with blueprints showing how to build the bombs.
With his home festooned with peonies, orchids and, of course, tulips, the Dutch ambassador treated Washington journalists Tuesday to an elegant luncheon to celebrate the investiture of the first king of the Netherlands in 123 years.
A major new study out of the Netherlands has found that children who are exposed to "diversity" or "anti-racism" classes are more likely to harness animosity toward other cultures.
Willem-Alexander became the first Dutch king in more than a century Tuesday and pledged to use his ceremonial position as head of state to help steer his country through uncertain economic times.
Major retailers in Germany this year began limiting sales of leading brands of baby formula. Parents in Britain, the Netherlands and Hong Kong have faced similar restrictions. The reason for the sudden shortage is a quirk of globalization — one that illustrates the complexities of supply and demand in a wired world.
What will be the long-term impact of the Boston Marathon attack that left four dead and injured 260, followed by an action movie-style chase?