The morning rush-hour scene at Madrid’s Atocha train station this week perfectly captured the dilemma facing Europe as it confronts the coronavirus.
Coronavirus Update: Taking dramatic action, President Donald Trump sharply restricted passenger travel from 26 European nations to the United States.
In nine months, the U.S. returned more than 55,000 asylum-seekers to Mexico to wait for their cases to wind through U.S. courts.
European and other members of the international coalition fighting the Islamic State group must take back and prosecute their nationals detained in Iraq and Syria to help keep IS from regaining territory.
As President Trump dials down the rhetoric on Iran, the United States has stepped up pressure on a different front in recent days: Europe.
A majority of Europeans do not consider immigration to be the most important issue overall. Domestic issues such as corruption, living standards, and employment ranked as high or higher in voters’ minds in most countries.
U.S. citizens are currently permitted to visit 26 countries in the EU for business or tourism without any visa requirements. That's about to change.
Brexit: The March deadline for Britain's withdrawal from the European Union is looming, and the chances are rising that no deal will be reached.