The week’s honorable mentions
Fears U.S. agency now knows her most embarrassing Google searches, like “Angela Merkel lame”
‘Whispering asphalt’ and bans on night flights are just a few of the many proposals for more peace and quiet across the country
It’s an age-old battle between (mostly) conservative politicians and (mostly) liberal musicians, and it’s still going strong in 2012.
You’d think the German Chancellor could find Berlin on a map, nein?
The waiter says he’s mortified, but the German chancellor wasn’t too upset.
Like Nickelodeon’s Doug Funnie, Hillary Clinton prefers one uniform to wear while on the job: the famous pantsuit. And the Secretary of State is in good company; German Chancellor Angela Merkel is also a devoted pantsuit fan.
One of the best ways to ensure your favorite musical group will play a personal concert for you is to become a world leader.
Tens of thousands of anti-nuclear protesters formed a chain in Stuttgart, Germany on Saturday, which marked the biggest anti-nuclear demonstration since the Chernobyl disaster 25 years ago.
While you were sleeping late, enjoying leisurely brunches and going for relaxing strolls in the park, NewsFeed was working. And while you may have had a refreshing few days off (note: NewsFeed is not bitter), you likely missed …
The German government nixed plans to phase out nuclear power in the country by 2021, extending the plants’ lives by an average of 12 years.