Poland's far-right Law and Justice party spent eight years stacking the courts with allies, destroying the judiciary's independence. The new government is finding it's tough to undo the damage.
Under Poland's Law and Justice party, the country's public broadcaster was turned into a propaganda tool for the far-right government to use as it wished. That era has come to an end.
The European Union shelved an anti-pesticide proposal Tuesday in another concession to farmers after weeks of protests that blocked many capitals and economic lifelines across the 27-nation bloc.
Hungary's Prime Minister Viktor Orbán had vetoed the aid package in December but joined other EU members in approving it at a summit in Brussels. His vote came with conditions the EU did not disclose.
Tough new rhetoric on China from some members of Germany's governing coalition has led to disagreement rather than unity on what the government's policy should be.
In a gesture of wartime support, the European Union has exempted Ukrainian truckers from EU limits on how many drivers can enter Europe. Polish truckers say that's destroying their businesses.
A Paris bank messenger's son, Delors became the visionary and builder of a more unified Europe in his momentous decade as chief executive of the European Union.
The European Union agreed on a major overhaul of rules that many hope will address challenges posed by migrant arrivals in the last decade. Critics warn the reforms may weaken asylum-seekers' rights.
The aid package for Ukraine was vetoed by Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orban. The EU did approve opening membership negotiations with Ukraine and its neighbor Moldova.
Geert Wilders, who has made a name for himself through his anti-Islam and anti-European Union rhetoric, appears to be in the lead in the Netherlands' election with the most parliamentary seats.
Governments in Europe pledge support for Israel and European Union freezes aid to Palestinians after days of escalating violence in Israel and Gaza.
The NATO and EU member borders Belarus, the Russian territory of Kaliningrad and Ukraine — plus a strip of land connecting it to Lithuania. It is an unstable and volatile mix of frontiers.
Starting in 2024, American passport holders traveling to 30 European countries will need to receive authorization to travel via the ETIAS, a long-awaited measure designed to prevent terrorism.
Ireland's Data Protection Commission ruled the tech company breached European privacy laws by transferring user data from Europe to the U.S., where
Belgian customs destroyed a shipment of 2,352 cans of Miller High Life after the Champagne trade body called foul over the "Champagne of Beers" slogan.