On this edition, we ride shotgun with a police patrol chasing speeders on the Autobahn, look back to the invention of the gym wheel in 1925 and see how new residents in Berlin are meeting their neighbors online.
The Bavarian interior minister wants to close the "blatant security gap" in the three German states that don't allow random police checks. Critics say they don't bring results and result in racial profiling.
Germany is set to charge motorists to use its famous highways, but resistance is probably futile. DW's Jefferson Chase has some advice: Just be happy you don't have to drive up and down I-95 in the United States.
Why do we associate certain groups, people and nationalities with terrorism? In a DW interview, social anthropologist Britta Ohm talks about why Muslim refugees continue to be stereotyped in the public sphere.
Though President Donald Trump has blasted NFL players for kneeling during the US anthem, the anti-racism protests are spreading to colleges and beyond. DW's Rachel Stewart asked a high school athlete why he takes a knee.
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