Poland's PM Szydlo leaves hospital a week after car crash
Poland's Prime Minister Beata Szydlo has left a hospital in Warsaw where she was treated for a week after suffering minor injuries in a car crash
Kaczynski: a 2nd EU term for Tusk not in Poland's interests
Jaroslaw Kaczynski, Poland's most powerful politician, says it's not in his country's interests for Donald Tusk to serve a second term as head of the European Council, a key European Union leadership position
Poland PM Feels "Quite Well" After Crash; Safety a Question
A Polish official says Prime Minister Beata Szydlo is feeling "quite well" following her limousine's crash but questions arose about the quality of the government agency protecting her and other Polish officials
Poles Protest Plans to Expand Warsaw in Apparent Power Grab
Hundreds of protesters with flags and banners are marching in downtown Warsaw against the ruling party's plan to enlarge the Polish capital and incorporate 32 neighboring municipalities
Poland : PM Szydlo in "Good" Condition After Car Crash but Being Flown to Warsaw for More Medical Tests
Poland: PM Szydlo in "good" condition after car crash but being flown to Warsaw for more medical tests
As Poland Chokes on Smog, Groups Prepare Complaint to EU
Four environmental groups say they are filing a complaint to the European Union that accuses Poland of violating legal norms meant to control air pollution
Spotify Generates Playlists Based on the Weather
Spotify and AccuWeather will make the ultimate playlist for you based on the weather in your area; plus the science behind dance moves.
Poland's Top Politician Pleased by Talks With Merkel
Poland's ruling party leader says his talks with German Chancellor Angela Merkel were held in "good atmosphere" and that he believes that Merkel's visit will bring "good results."
Merkel to Visit Euroskeptic Poland in Struggle to Save EU
German Chancellor Angela Merkel visits Warsaw on Tuesday for talks with Poland's top leaders, taking her efforts to save the European Union to a country that is keen to keep as much power as possible and fears being marginalized in a "two-speed Europe."
US Commanders Confident Deployment of Tanks in Poland Will Continue
The deployment that was ordered under the Obama administration is the largest since the cold war.