The woman designated to be the most powerful official in the European Union said she hopes the U.K. stays in the bloc after all.
Spain and France say they want to agree on an EU candidate.
Austrian Group at Heart of EU Nationalist Funding Draws Scrutiny
Angkor Wat Is Great and All, But It’s Time to Give Siem Reap Its Due
The first glimpse of a black hole looks like a ring of fire and is 6.5 billion times the size of the sun.
Leaders are looking to finalize the length of the delay at the summit but Macron’s intransigence was complicating the process.
Austria Freedom Party Politician Gives to Tory-Linked European Group
EU Parliament Chief Under Fire Again After Mussolini Comments
EU Parliament Chief Rips Open Wounds of World War II Massacres
Tesla's Model 3 European Debut Puts Fans on Watch for Musk Visit
EU Sues Slovenia for Seizing ECB Documents in Central Bank Raid
Four Out of Five Belgian Companies Aren't Prepared for Brexit
In Era of Fake News, Intrepid Belgian Reporter Tintin Turns 90
The Language of Brussels, Translated
Belgian Government Falls Over Migration Pact as Michel Resigns
EU leaders toughened Brexit language in communique.
The EU’s updated strategy comes a week before representatives from almost 200 countries are due to meet in Poland.
Brussels Edition: Avoiding Catastrophe
EU Calls Nov. 25 Brexit Summit, Barring `Extraordinary' News
French Fries Enter Trade Fray in Belgian Bid to Defend Potatoes
Europe Inc. Is Getting Worried About the Rise of Populism