Every year, Berlin shines in a festive glow of lights for the Christmas season. Visitors and locals alike enjoy taking tours of the tree-lined main boulevards, decked out in illuminated splendor.
More cars may be coming off VW's assembly line than any other, but it doesn't mean they are cheaper to build. A study proves that flexibility is key to big profits, something the Americans seem to have figured out.
The UK's pro-Brexit vote and recent terror attacks in Bavaria, Germany, have not been able to dampen German consumers' spirits, market research group GfK has said. Spending increases as wages and pensions rise.
In 2006, Pluto ceased to be a planet. It was degraded by the International Astronomical Union to dwarf planet. But an asteroid called Ceres was "promoted." Did it help us learn more about the solar system?
Kate Rubins has become the first professional virus hunter to walk in space. She and the veteran Jeff Williams were prepping the International Space Station for private extra-atmospheric excursions.
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