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The Pop.Up Next flying taxi from Airbus and Audi should soon become much more than a well-meaning concept. The German government has signed a letter of intent greenlighting tests for the flying taxi around Audi's home city of Ingolstadt. Tran...

Germany’s 1-0 loss to Mexico in their group stage opener made the World Cup holders the third consecutive defending champion to lose their first match in the next tournament. But a jinx wasn’t the reason...

I completed Leg 3 a few weeks ago, when I walked from Brieselang to Hennigsdorf. It was Ascension Day, which is also celebrated as Father's Day in Germany. I was warned by some colleagues that I should watch out for drunk men in the woods, as tha...

Filed under: Government/Legal,Green,Audi,Car Buying,Diesel,Luxury Authorities hold Stadler in "investigative detention," afraid he'll try to suppress or change evidence otherwise.Continue reading Audi CEO Rupert Stadler taken into c...

I continued with the 66 Lakes Trail. Leg 2 takes me from where I left off in Leg 1, in the village of Marquardt. From here, the route goes north, following the Havel Canal, all the way up to the village of Brieselang. There's another 20 kilometre...

Donald Trump seems to have declared war on our best allies. While embracing dictators such as Vladimir Putin, Recep Erdogan, and Kim Jong-Un, he has tried to bully and threaten allies like France, Canada, United Kingdom, Germany, Japan, and Italy. He...

Salt has been mined at Hallstatt since the Bronze Age, including for the preservation of pork meat. Bone fragments and teeth found in the area provide evidence of an organized meat industry, especially of pork. Residual DNA in these prehistoric speci...