Police raided six Deutsche Bank offices in and around Frankfurt on Thursday over money laundering allegations linked to the "Panama Papers," the public prosecutor's office in Germany's financial capital said.
Samy Ben Redjeb is a former flight attendant in Frankfurt who spent years flying to African countries, collecting music. That collection forms the basis of his record label, Analog Africa. His latest compilation CD is "Afrobeat Airways 2."
New revelations in the British newspaper The Guardian offer an in-depth description of "XKeyscore," a top secret National Security Agency program. Host Carol Hills talks with author James Bamford about the program's exceptionally broad reach.
Italians love their cars. In fact, only the United States has more of them per capita. That's what makes this next piece of data so shocking: for the first time in almost 50 years, bike sales in Italy are vastly outpacing car sales.
Anchor Lisa Mullins speaks with Justin Fox of the Harvard Business Review Group about the proposed merger between the New York Stock Exchange and Germany's main exchange in Frankfurt. Fox is also the author of "The Myth of the Rational Market."
President Obama announced the US will send 17,000 more troops to Afghanistan, putting pressure on European NATO members to up their deployments as well. But as The World's Gerry Hadden reports from Germany, NATO nations are reluctant to do that.
This week Europe and the UK proceed with plans to take control of the worldwide banking system. With the United States expected to follow, this is a defining moment for both this crisis and the capitalist system itself.
The Cash for Clunkers program has been a huge success in the U.S., but a German version of the program has encountered some unintended?even criminal?consequences. Ralph Atkins, the Frankfurt correspondent for the Financial Times, joins The Takeaway.
The five permanent members of the UN's Security Council ? the U.S., Britain, France, Russia, and China ? are meeting in Frankfurt, along with Germany. The Takeaway talks to the BBC's Jonathan Marcus about what's on their agenda: Iran's nuclear program.
The man suspected of killing two American airmen in Frankfurt, Germany last week is from Kosovo. As Nate Tabak reports, people in the Kosovan's hometown are horrified that one of their own allegedly attacked the US military.