Merkel's attempt to forge a coalition government with Germany's smaller liberal parties failed over the weekend.
A London paper reports Russia-based Twitter accounts posted over 45,000 messages within 48 hours during last year's Brexit referendum.
Russia's lower house of parliament passed a bill that would let authorities force certain foreign outlets working there to register.
Spanish officials said intelligence suggests that groups in Russia and Venezuela spread misinformation before and after Catalonia's referendum.
And some British politicians are calling for the prime minister to fire him because of it.
The court ruled Uber's drivers aren't self-employed and need more benefits.
Spain's government has approval to impose direct rule under Article 155, but it's not immediately clear how that will be implemented.
Catalonia's president put off declaring independence a second time.
The International Organization of Vine and Wine predicts the amount of wine produced around the world this year will drop more than 8 percent.
The "T-Charge" is part of the city's larger plan to improve its air quality.
Our belief in the supernatural creatures can be traced back to a time in which our understanding of medicine wasn't all that great.
The Netherlands opened a 3-D printed concrete bridge for cyclists that uses less concrete - and cement - than traditional methods.