Clothes that can measure brain waves, and then change color, or pullovers that move when you look at them. Interactive fashions combine clothes with artificial intelligence.
As information continues to emerge about the victims of Tuesday's attacks in Brussels, people have flocked to the city's streets to show support. There are silent tributes, but there is tension, too. Dana Regev reports.
A bus driver who writes poems in a town that shares his name: Paterson. The new film by director Jim Jarmusch is a subtle masterpiece and a well-made alternative to the usual drama of contemporary cinema.
The French political satire magazine "Charlie Hebdo" is releasing its first edition in Germany on Thursday. Former "Titanic" editor-in-chief Martin Sonneborn predicts it won't go over well.
70 years old, and still going strong. "Panic Rocker" Udo Lindenberg has played the biggest concerts of his career this year. More than 300,000 fans bought tickets for his latest tour. Now, there's a new live album.
Bavarian architect Anna Heringer uses natural building materials like clay and bamboo for her international projects. She's a trailblazer in sustainable building, receiving many awards for it.
A software expert is to warn German MPs about the threat of false news ahead of next year's election. Chancellor Angela Merkel is concerned the use of so-called social bots could harm her chances of a fourth term.
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