More Europe

By Robert Morley, from January 30, 2015 in Analysis »
The biggest question in Europe may soon be answered: Who controls Europe?
By Daryle Hochstetler, from January 26, 2015 in Top Stories »
History is being forgiven. But does that mean history won’t repeat itself?
By Gerald Flurry, from January 24, 2015 in Top Stories »
In the midst of the Cold War, the Soviet Union deployed missiles just 90 miles from the contiguous United States. This was perhaps the closest the world ever came to nuclear war.
By Callum Wood, from January 23, 2015 in Analysis »
What really constitutes Europe’s greatest threat?
By Anthony Chibarirwe, from January 21, 2015 in Analysis »
The backlash of anti-immigration protests in Germany takes on more violent, more religious overtones.
By Gerald Flurry, from January 17, 2015 in Top Stories »
The book of Daniel prophesies about an end-time ‘king of fierce countenance,’ who will shake the foundations of this world. That king is on the scene now—and we think we may know who he is.
By Kiall Lorenz, from January 16, 2015 in Top Stories »
Israel knows it cannot rely on America.