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The Dutch are so comfortable doing nothing, they have a term for it. Could we benefit from adopting it?
The Paris area hit 108.3 degrees Fahrenheit, beating the previous record of 104.8 F set in 1947.
The wave of machines taking over farms in the Netherlands has helped propel its rise to the world's second-biggest food exporter after the U.S.
Churches in the Netherlands have been converted into community centers, museums, apartment buildings and even gyms.
For over three months, a church in the Netherlands held nonstop services to keep the Tamrazyans from being sent back to Armenia.
It's one of a handful of places around the world using cash to try to lure people out of their cars and onto their bicycles.
“Children can make a change. It’s not only grown-ups who can save the planet.”
A Netherlands church has held a 24/7 worship service since October to try to prevent the deportation of an asylum-seeking family.
Sarah Papenheim had texted a friend days before her death, saying her roommate was threatening to kill people.
Dutch police aren't allowed to enter churches during services. So a Netherlands church is worshipping 24/7 to protect a family of asylum-seekers.
Media personality Emile Ratelband says dropping 20 years from his age will put him "in a luxurious position" on Tinder.
One far-right Dutch politician said the next step is to "close all the mosques in the Netherlands."
One-third of all food produced is lost or wasted.
Amnesty International has named Colin Kaepernick Ambassador of Conscience for his fight for racial equality. The former San Francisco 49ers quarterback began kneeling during the national anthem in protest of racial injustice and police brutality.
It was a fun idea, "but not 24 hours a day," said a man who lives near the road.
The Dutch athletes apologized for the "very regrettable" stunt.
Her comments about speed skating aren't going over well.