The FDA promises new rules for electronic cigarettes are coming soon
European leaders agreed on a plan to lay undersea communications cables between Brazil and the E.U.
(MILAN) — European automakers continue to claw their way out of the industry's longest slump ever, posting the fifth straight month of growth in January. The...
The E.U. is hoping to restore full bilateral ties with the communist-led island
Victoria Nuland's profanity isn't shocking, it's revealing.
Turkish Republic of Northern Cyprus was last European territory to outlaw homosexual acts
New data prompts drug agency to investigate how weight affects several contraceptive brands
The new rules will curb commodity speculation and regulate new high-frequency trading technologies
Despite narrowed credit spreads, receding break-up speculation, and climbing stock prices, questions about Europe's recovery remain
David Satter is the first U.S. journalist expelled since the end of the Cold War
A rash of high-profile skiing accidents in Europe led one Italian newspaper to brand the holiday season "a massacre"
New EU proposals to prevent the dangerous practice of boat migration could hurt, rather than save, refugees trying to reach Europe say human rights groups
In a meeting with TIME, European Commission President Jose Manuel Barroso expressed confidence in Europe's economic recovery and satisfaction with the electoral...
The big flip in transportation coincides with a big dip in household wealth
For the 6 million Roma people in the E.U., the recession has seen a rise in populist anti-Roma rhetoric.
LIBOR benchmark rate at issue
French President Francois Hollande must learn taxes alone can’t solve the problems of Europe's second-largest economy
AIDS cases up 113% Since 2012 in Eastern Europe
Archaic laws complicate the return of looted works of art to their rightful owners.
When is a recovery not a recovery? When it comes in the euro zone. On Wednesday, Europe officially vaulted out of its longest recession since the creation of...