Italy's Deputy Prime Minister was given an unusually high-profile welcome in D.C.
France's leader remains firmly opposed to the candidacy of Manfred Weber, who is Merkel's favorite.
By Daniel Castro and Eline Chivot According to recently released survey data that was collected in November 2018, European trust
The EU elections are the world's second largest exercise in democracy, with 427 eligible voters.
The new EU Parliament is set to convene for the first time in Strasbourg on July 2, 2019.
The EU is preparing similar missions in four other countries in the Western Balkans on the Balkan Route of migrants
New legislation grants whistleblowers across the European Union greater protection and shields them from retaliation. The legislation is aimed at
The bosses of BMW and Deutsche Telekom have urged the German government to take action to block a European Commission
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The European Commission has fined Google €1.49 billion for breaching EU antitrust rules. Google has abused its market dominance by