New York City is located in the northeastern US state of New York. It is the most populous city in the United States, and also the country's most densely populated major city.
The City of New York, often known simply as New York, is the seat of the United Nations, and a major global center of commerce, finance, technology, arts and entertainment. It possesses one of the world's largest natural harbors, which contains the famous Statue of Liberty. This is a compilation of DW content about New York.
Human's least-popular roommates — cockroaches — are hated in New York, and yet they are unavoidable. There are more roaches than people in New York, and they would likely survive a nuclear strike. Mark Stoeckle of the Rockefeller University in New York has researched the insects intensively — and even has some big news about cockroaches in New York!
In this special edition DW's Neil King and Gabriel Borrud explore how migrants and refugees are integrating into German society. We visit Neil's old school in Germany, attend Friday prayers at a mosque, talk Islamophobia with the AfD, and get to jam with a unique German-Turkish rock band. This special edition has just won a Gold Radio Award at the prestigious New York Festivals!
Inspired by the UK's "Prime Minister's Questions," the German Bundestag attempted to step up its debating game this week and directly questioned Chancellor Merkel for the first time in her 13 years in office. Was the grilling everyone was hoping for or did Merkel just come off lightly toasted? New York Times' Melissa Eddy and The Economist's Jeremy Cliffe join this week's Stammtisch to find out.