With the new year, the quiet that has enveloped the eurozone crisis is starting to break. There's rising worry about how to get the economy restarted, whether Greece will carry through with its promised cuts and whether the E.U. can keep the crisis contained.
Spanish officials say the country loses a lot of economic productivity when it has holidays fall during the middle of the week. To combat that, they're going to try moving all holidays to Mondays.
Romania was thrilled when three years Nokia announced it would move its manufacturing to the eastern European country. But now, Nokia is packing up again and moving its facilities to China.
Augusta Chiwy was a nurse in Bastogne when German encircled the town during the World War II Battle of the Burge. She volunteered to help, saved countless lives and narrowly escaped her own death. She was honored this week by the United States.
Only the United Kingdom, one of 10 EU countries not using the euro, indicated it could not support efforts to enshrine new protocols for monitoring country's budgets and enforcing limits on deficits.
France and Germany are trying to spur their fellow European leaders to make bold changes to European treaties in order to get economic stability in the eurozone.
Standard & Poor's, the debt rating agency that downgrades U.S. debt this summer has issued a warning that France, Germany and 13 other European Union countries, those using the Euro, may see their credit ratings reduced.
In Koblenz, Germany, half the town had to be evacuated while bomb disposal experts worked to make safe a massive, World War II-era bomb that was discovered in the Rhine River. Nearly 50,000 people had to leave their homes during the ultimately successful effort.
A German musician is making waves on the Internet by turning financial data into often-depressing musical arrangements. Johannes Kreidler has tied musical notes to falling stock prices.
The German public is getting fed up with lending a helping hand to Greece, and Greeks who live in Germany are feeling the tension.