Sports writers are calling Sunday's World Cup final "Messi vs. the Machine," and Izzy says the machine can't be stopped. Our World Cup ocelot is calling a win — and a world championship — for Germany. And we've even got an extra surprise...
When the World Cup starts this week, Team USA will be led by a German who is a household name in Europe, but largely unknown in the US. Jurgen Klinsmann has high hopes for his team, despite their difficult road through the World Cup.
Lost? Feel like you are walking in circles? You probably are. A new study by scientists in Germany finds that people really DO walk in circles when they become lose their way. The World's Health & Science Editor David Baron has details.
Twenty years ago, the wall that divided East and West Berlin came down in dramatic fashion. Since that time, the Berlin Wall has been broken up. Former Berlin resident Juliane Camfield tells Alex Gallafent she could never own a piece of the wall.
In Germany, memory of the past is often painful: two world wars, the Holocaust, the Berlin Wall. Now, Germans are again thinking about how they remember these events. Writer Alissa Quart visited a couple of museums in Berlin.