The latest news on European Union
On his first major foreign trip as president, Obama faces some doubts.
French officials fault Britain and Germany for obstructing a Europe-wide bailout plan.
A common market but not a common regulatory system.
While Tehran defies nuclear inspectors, the U.S.-led sanctions effort stalls out at the United Nations.
As the dollar slides, Europeans see both pros and cons as their currency turns 10 years old.
With Iran unyielding, President Bush presses Europeans to punish Tehran for its nuclear program.
Brussels backs down, and DoubleClick closes.
A European ruling will force the software giant to reveal some of its deepest secrets.
France's apparent progress may be part of a larger trend among western powers.