"Trump's presidency ends as it began: Without decency and without dignity," Der Spiegel declared.
A conversation with Michele Anderson and Jake Krohn, the two rural Americans who figured out that Der Spiegel journalist Claas Relotius was a fraud.
Claas Relotius, named Journalist of the Year in 2014, admitted to inventing parts of articles in German newsmagazine Der Spiegel.
The documents were fabricated by hackers, a lawyer for the soccer star suggested.
Time to join the resistance, German newsmagazine says, "against America."
“See the millions of cars they are selling in the U.S. Terrible."
Prosecutors believe three suspects wanted to implicate asylum seekers in their planned attack.
Just who is terrorizing whom?
The lead came from a document found inside the truck that plowed into the market on Monday, killing 12 people.
The attacks on Paris demonstrate that ISIS and its local sympathizers are capable of hitting civilian targets almost at will. Unlike al-Qaeda, ISIS is partly decentralized, and far more difficult for police and intelligence to infiltrate or monitor. On the other hand, fanatical zealots tend to overreach, just as Hitler disastrously overreached when he invaded Soviet Russia. In its recent actions, ISIS has over-reached. In the past few weeks, ISIS or its sympathizers blew up a Russian civilian airliner and suicide-bombed a neighborhood in Beirut controlled by Hezbollah, in addition to its barbaric attacks in Paris. This all may be consistent with ISIS's warped world view--but it is strategic insanity. You can't attack everybody without bringing everybody into a coalition against you.