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Opinion: Football needs more women like Stephanie Frappart

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Opinion: Football needs more women like Stephanie Frappart

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UEFA Super Cup referee Stephanie Frappart unfazed, 'because football is the same' It's already been quite a year for French referee Stephanie Frappart. She made her top-flight debut in April, officiated at the Women's World Cup final last month, and now she's taking charge of the U...
14:36, 08/14/2019

Referee Stéphanie Frappart: 'Girls see me on TV and know it's possible' The official is regarded as one of France’s very best and will take charge of Liverpool v Chelsea in Istanbul on WednesdayReferees tend not to clapped on to the pitch, let alone greeted with purpose-m...
12:24, 08/11/2019

Stephanie Frappart makes history during European Super Cup Stephanie Frappart on Wednesday became the first female referee to officiate a major European men’s soccer final when Liverpool took on Chelsea in the European Super Cup....
17:00, 08/15/2019

Stéphanie Frappart: the referee in charge of the Uefa Super Cup – video Referee Stéphanie Frappart will become the first woman to officiate a major European men’s game when she takes charge of the Uefa Super Cup between Liverpool and Chelsea in Istanbul. The 35-year-old b...
00:12, 08/14/2019

Stéphanie Frappart to break new ground by refereeing Liverpool v Chelsea in Super Cup Frappart officiated the Women’s World Cup finalThe 35-year-old refereed a Ligue 1 match in AprilStéphanie Frappart will become the first woman to referee a major European men’s game when she takes cha...
18:36, 08/02/2019

Frank Lampard on 'historical moment' for referee Stéphanie Frappart – video Frank Lampard has praised French referee Stéphanie Frappart ahead of his team's match against Liverpool in the Uefa Super Cup on Wednesday. She becomes the first woman to officiate a major European me...
00:12, 08/14/2019

Stephanie Frappart: Liverpool and Chelsea support referee ahead of 'historic' Uefa Super Cup tie Jurgen Klopp and Frank Lampard has both given referee Stephanie Frappart their backing with the female official set to make history in Wednesday's Uefa Super Cup final....
00:36, 08/14/2019

Liverpool vs Chelsea referee Stephanie Frappart 'not afraid' to be first woman to referee Uefa Super Cup as officials aim to inspire a generation Stephanie Frappart will make history when she becomes the first female official to take charge of a major Uefa's men competition showpiece - a moment Irish assistant Michelle O'Neill hopes will inspir...
20:12, 08/14/2019

‘Football is the same’ – Female referee Frappart on Super Cup role "Referee Stephanie Frappart said on Tuesday that she believes there is no difference whether she is officiating a men\u0027s or women\u0027s football match."...
13:00, 08/14/2019

West Ham women's football team appoints first skin consultant in history of football Dr Raul Cetto has been appointed on a part-time basis "to offer insight and expertise into caring for their skin whilst working a high-octane job to help protect and perfect their skin"...
15:36, 08/06/2019

Opinion: If it wants to take next step, Big 12 needs to win in the College Football Playoff Oklahoma has made the College Football Playoff three of the last four seasons. But for the Big 12 to take the next step it must win on biggest stage.       ...
05:36, 07/16/2019

Opinion: Why Vanderbilt can win the SEC football title, and why Alabama could not With the start of the college football season coming when Florida and Miami play Saturday, here are the first SEC rankings of the season.       ...
12:12, 08/23/2019

Opinion: Tom Brady, the ageless wonder, has a lot more football left in him Patriots QB Tom Brady, who turned 42 on Saturday, literally wrote the book on defying age and performing at such a high level this late in his career.       ...
20:00, 08/06/2019

Opinion: College football's postseason schedule is entirely wrong If the College Football Playoff semifinals are supposed to be the centerpiece of the sport, they should be the last games played every year.        ...
02:24, 05/24/2019

Opinion: UConn rejoining the Big East means the school has given up on football program UConn is expected to exit the AAC as soon as it formally receives a Big East invitation, which will boost basketball but means football is dead.       ...
00:12, 06/23/2019

Opinion: Why college football needs new blood to break through current playoff blockade The College Football Playoff has been dominated by Alabama, Clemson, Oklahoma and Ohio State but the sport needs new teams to breakthrough.       ...
06:36, 08/31/2019

Fantasy football: Redskins RB Derrius Guice getting second opinion on knee injury Washington Redskins running back Derrius Guice is getting a second opinion on his right knee after sustaining a meniscus injury during a Week 1 loss to the Philadelphia Eagles....
09:36, 09/13/2019

Opinion: Tim Tebow is a pretty good football player for a baseball prospect The former NFL quarterback is hitting .130 with 32 strikeouts in 23 games this season at Class AAA Syracuse        ...
00:36, 05/08/2019

Opinion: Florida-Miami shows what makes college football both terrible and lovable College football is back and Florida's tense, mistake-riddled 24-20 victory against Miami perfectly showed what makes the sport terrible and lovable.       ...
02:36, 08/26/2019

Opinion: Michigan, Washington join FSU, Tennessee in college football misery index When you strip away all the tradition or what the FSU brand represents or what fans think the program is, there is no choice but to be concerned.       ...
04:48, 09/09/2019

Opinion: Mark Dantonio, Michigan State top college football fan misery index Since ranking 11th nationally in total offense in 2014, the Michigan State Spartans have finished 73rd, 75th, 91st and 117th in each successive year.       ...
02:00, 09/16/2019

Opinion: SEC needs to evolve football scheduling amid athletic department budget cuts As the Southeastern Conference convenes for Media Days, non-conference scheduling and athletic department budget cuts should draw more attention.       ...
17:48, 07/15/2019

Opinion: Clemson, not Alabama, now face of college football as it aims for national title repeat Clemson owns the spotlight in the ACC and all of college football as the Tigers look to defend last season's national championship.       ...
01:36, 07/18/2019

Opinion: Andrew Luck's retirement a stunning reminder of the human toll of football Andrew Luck's retirement, and the player reaction to that news, was a stark reminder of the pain football brings to these athletes.       ...
18:12, 08/26/2019

Opinion: US women did what was necessary in 13-0 blowout of Thailand The U.S. women beat Thailand 13-0 in its World Cup opener. How's that any different than a college football team running up the score?       ...
23:48, 06/11/2019

Opinion: Women in Turkey (and elsewhere) are not fair game A Turkish man kills his former wife in broad daylight, and thousands take to the streets to protest violence against women. But the shocking crime is not just a problem in Turkey, writes Beate Hinrich...
15:48, 08/31/2019

Opinion: German bureaucracy discriminates against women "Men first" is the premise in German officialdom, which treats heterosexual women as appendages to their husbands. Germany has a long way to go to make gender equality a bureaucratic reality, writes D...
18:12, 08/28/2019

Opinion: Cowboys' LB Jaylon Smith’s passion play away from football is to boost business dreams On Friday, Dallas Cowboys LB Jaylon Smith will host the finals of a venture pitch competition for entrepreneurs in his hometown of Fort Wayne.       ...
02:36, 07/12/2019

Opinion: Women's World Cup hurt by lack of organization Germany's win against Nigeria was played in front of an almost full house. This is the exception rather than the rule, owing partly to FIFA's lack of planning. The women's game deserves better, argues...
22:36, 06/22/2019

Opinion: How good are U.S. women? Game against Sweden will be indication In the last 10 games between the teams, the Americans are 3-4-3. And one of those losses is perhaps the most galling in the USWNT's history.       ...
01:24, 06/19/2019

Opinion: Why this World Cup will show how investing in women pays off Although the U.S. women continue to fight U.S. Soccer over discrimination ahead of the World Cup, investment in the game is coming from elsewhere.        ...
00:00, 05/31/2019

Opinion: Rodrigo Duterte, protector of women's rights? A law to create "safe streets and public spaces" in the Philippines has been signed into law by Rodrigo Duterte. But the law isn't an achievement of the president's politics, says DW correspondent Ana...
14:36, 07/17/2019

Opinion: US women owe no apologies for celebrating 13-0 blowout of Thailand The U.S. women beat Thailand 13-0 in its World Cup opener. How's that any different than a college football team running up the score?       ...
09:12, 06/12/2019

Opinion: C'mon, FIFA. Let the women have their day with World Cup final FIFA allowed two confederations to schedule championship games of men's tournaments on the same day as the World Cup final for the women.       ...
05:00, 07/07/2019

Opinion: Strict US anti-abortion laws harm women A fierce debate is raging in the US over whether women should have the right to terminate pregnancies. The opposition to abortion is driven by misogyny, hypocrisy and ignorance of the facts, says DW's...
19:48, 05/15/2019

Opinion: U.S. women called a lot of things at World Cup, but slackers won't be one of them USWNT coach Jill Ellis says her team will play to win, even though Group F winner likely will have to play France and England to get to title game.       ...
21:36, 06/17/2019

Opinion: Three years later, Sweden still talking trash about Rio Olympic win over U.S. women Their loss to Sweden in the quarterfinals of the 2016 Rio Olympics was the U.S. women's earliest exit at a major international tournament.       ...
00:24, 06/20/2019

Women in football's boardrooms: Alone among men Despite on-field progress, 95 percent of football's leadership roles are filled by men. Many clubs and associations resist quotas aimed at changing that, but Norway's example shows there's another way...
15:48, 06/18/2019

Why does Brazil lag behind in women's football? Contrary to what happens in the men's game, the Americans dominate the female landscape while Brazil have only once made it to the final. What explains such a disparity?...
11:12, 06/11/2019

Opinion: Not everybody is supporting US women's team in 2019 World Cup quest With Spain in the rear-view mirror and France on the horizon, most American sports fans are all on board with the U.S. women’s World Cup soccer team       ...
21:24, 06/26/2019

Opinion: US women aren't backing off at World Cup as they dominate Chile Carli Lloyd becomes the first player with a goal in six consecutive World Cup games in the Americans' 3-0 rout against Chile on Sunday.       ...
22:00, 06/16/2019

Opinion: Only arrogant if you can't back it up and US women do, advancing to World Cup final Alex Morgan sips tea and Alyssa Naeher shuts down England as the U.S. women advance to the World Cup final with a 2-1 win.       ...
00:00, 07/03/2019

Opinion: U.S. women can chase World Cup title, fight for equality at same time The entire women's national team has sued U.S. Soccer for gender discrimination, including claims that some earn 38 percent of what men earn.       ...
20:12, 06/09/2019

Opinion: Rant about World Cup goals if it makes you feel better, but U.S. women not listening Since arriving in France, the Americans have spoken often of “the bubble.” They’ve closed ranks, and largely closed themselves off, to stay focused.      &#...
23:48, 06/13/2019

Opinion: Opponents aren't only factor working against US women at World Cup US women have the toughest path and will get the least amount of rest among the favorites in the World Cup knockout rounds.       ...
21:00, 06/22/2019

Opinion: Women's World Cup soccer still gets second-class treatment from FIFA Global soccer leader FIFA says it cares about development of the women's game, but even with the World Cup approaching, the women are still getting second-class treatment.    ...
03:24, 05/25/2019

Lyon: a women's football powerhouse Lyon's dominance in the women's game is unparalleled. CNN visited the French city to hear from key figures at the club about how the team has evolved into a global powerhouse....
12:36, 05/17/2019

Women’s football must be played in more big stadiums Record crowds at this weekend’s WSL derbies proves the value of hosting matches at large venues – even if they are half-emptyWomen’s football is having a lightbulb moment. With Manchester City hosting...
04:36, 09/08/2019

The secret of this women's football powerhouse Lyon's dominance in the women's game is unparalleled. CNN visited the French city to hear from key figures at the club about how the team has evolved into a global powerhouse....
21:12, 05/21/2019

Could 2019 Be The Year Of Women's Football? It remains to be seen if this Women's World Cup will prove a break-out moment, despite a prize money gap of £291m compared with the 2018 men’s World Cup...
16:12, 06/10/2019

Opinion: US women's soccer team personified America at its best with World Cup championship The U.S. women's World Cup title Sunday is one for the ages, for sure. More than that, though, they’re a team for the ages. For this age.       ...
03:36, 07/08/2019

Opinion: Win or lose in final, Netherlands emerges from Women's World Cup as a force Netherlands had never qualified for a major international tournament until 2009 European championships. Now here they are in the World Cup final.       ...
19:12, 07/04/2019

Opinion: World Cup puts U.S. women, families in touch with history, our Greatest Generation Six months after U.S. women tour Omaha Beach with 99-year-old World War II veteran Steve Melnikoff, their families get a similar opportunity.       ...
22:48, 06/18/2019

Opinion: The Women's World Cup showed Europe is on rise. What will USWNT do to keep pace? U.S. Soccer needs to settle lawsuit, bolster NWSL and examine youth structure to keep ahead of European teams at next Women's World Cup.       ...
19:00, 07/08/2019

Opinion: Union Berlin are good for football in Berlin and eastern Germany The cult club from Köpenick have been promoted to the Bundesliga for the first time in their history. In an age of rampant commercialization, Union Berlin are proof that there is another way, writes D...
21:00, 05/28/2019

Opinion: Time for NCAA to give football, basketball players one-time pass to transfer The entire transfer issue that has roiled college sports over the last year is stuck in a morass of waiver request red tape and unnecessary paperwork.       ...
23:36, 06/26/2019

Opinion: Louisiana-Lafayette football coach needs lesson in what 'donation' really means Billy Napier originally was requiring his scholarship players at Louisiana-Lafayette to 'donate' $50 to fundraising arm of the athletics department.       ...
21:12, 08/16/2019

Opinion: Clemson-Texas A&M, LSU-Texas games in Week 2 signal start of college football season Week 2 in college football brings two major matchups between Clemson and Texas A&M and then LSU and Texas, making it the real start of the season.       ...
16:00, 09/06/2019

Argentine women's football turns professional – but only just Professional female footballers continue to face the challenges of low salaries, lack of facilities and 'machista' culture, as the slow march towards equality within the sport continues....
16:12, 05/06/2019

Eto'o calls for restructuring of women's football in Cameroon Cameroon legend Samuel Eto'o says a competitive domestic league must be established in his country for the national women's team to progress at major events....
19:12, 07/04/2019

Women’s football cannot – and should not – be judged on one wild game The Cameroon players deserve criticism but when male players behave despicably we seem to judge individuals rather than the whole sportSome of the behaviour we saw from Cameroon’s players and their co...
21:48, 06/24/2019

Women’s football: how girls are moving the goalposts With young players joining grassroots clubs and England’s Lionesses preparing for their World Cup run, the sport is finally getting the recognition it deserves‘Izzy, to me, to me,” the cry comes from ...
12:24, 05/19/2019

If English women’s football is to catch the USA’s, schools will be key There is a gulf in funding for girls’ and women’s football between the two countries but the FA plans to narrow it“The last Fifa World Cup was a remarkable achievement but we are setting an even more ...
21:24, 07/04/2019

Turid Knaak: 'Very few women can live off football' Germany's Turid Knaak is preparing to play in her first World Cup at the age of 28. In an exclusive interview with DW, Knaak talks about the team's new coach and the challenge of balancing football wi...
02:36, 05/18/2019

Opinion: Why U.S.-France World Cup match is biggest game in women's soccer history Friday’s quarterfinal between the world’s top-ranked team and the World Cup host carries a significance that reaches well beyond our country.       ...
22:48, 06/27/2019

Referee Frappart praised over top Uefa match Stephanie Frappart's display earns widespread praise after she became the first female referee to officiate a major men's European match in the Super Cup....
15:02, 08/15/2019

Frenchwoman Frappart promoted to referee in top division PARIS (AP) — The French soccer league has promoted Stephanie Frappart to referee fulltime in the country’s top division next season. The 35-year-old Frappart became the first woman to referee a ...
14:36, 06/07/2019

Frappart will be first female ref to take charge of a UEFA men's final Stéphanie Frappart will become the first women to referee a major UEFA men's showpiece event when she takes charge of the UEFA Super Cup final between Liverpool and Chelsea later this monht....
22:36, 08/02/2019

GB qualify for women’s football tournament at Tokyo 2020 "Great Britain has qualified for a place in the women’s football tournament at next year’s Olympics in Tokyo after France were sunk by the USA on Friday."...
13:36, 06/29/2019

'You get used to the gunfire' – filming the Libyan women's football team Denounced on TV, they train at secret locations watched by armed guards. We meet the woman from Hastings who made a fascinating film about Libya’s guttsiest football squad‘Just what our country needs!...
18:24, 05/31/2019

The impact of England success on women's football – from top to bottom Post-World Cup research reveals big rise in fans of the women’s game and large increase in pitch bookings by women’s teamsFollowing record-breaking television audiences for England at the Women’s Worl...
12:12, 09/03/2019

How Hearts are tearing up the women’s football template in Scotland As Scotland get set for the World Cup, Hearts are ploughing ahead with plans to replicate their boys’ academy setup for girlsAny notion that Heart of Midlothian could recruit a key member of staff fro...
21:36, 06/07/2019

How Women's World Cup has given 'a real buzz' to girls' football Experience of one north London school highlights impact of England team’s success For 14-year-old Keira Drummond, the best and most difficult moments of the women’s World Cup came within an hour of ea...
22:24, 07/03/2019

Inaugural Women’s Football Weekend to take place in November, FA says • Fans urged to attend a game at any level of women’s pyramid• WSL matches include north London and Merseyside derbiesThe Football Association is urging fans to attend a women’s match at any level of ...
16:48, 09/11/2019

Goal driven: five players who have shaped women’s football The Women’s World Cup kicks off next month – and England might even win it. Mark Bailey interviews five key players from different generations to chart the unstoppable rise of women’s footballThe futu...
16:12, 05/05/2019

6 Devoted Women’s Football Fans On How To Keep Up The Momentum After The World Cup After a record-breaking number of people tuned in to watch the Women's World Cup in Paris, six women's football fans share their hopes for the female-led future of the beautiful game...
14:00, 07/15/2019

Opinion: Jill Ellis puts lot of weight in experience in choosing roster for Women's World Cup Of the 23 US Women's World Cup players, 12 were on the squad that won the title in 2015. Of 11 newcomers, 7 have 30 or more national team appearances        ...
00:36, 05/03/2019

Opinion: US women's soccer reaping benefits of what England started with coach Jill Ellis The U.S. women's World Cup team on Tuesday will face England, where coach Jill Ellis was born and fell in love with soccer.       ...
21:24, 07/01/2019

World Cup prompts unprecedented global explosion for women’s football • Viewing-figures records shattered across continents• England face Norway in quarter-final on ThursdayAs the Women’s World Cup enters the quarter-final stages, the sound heard across the globe is of ...
23:12, 06/26/2019

Are the Portland Thorns the ideal template for a women's football club? Thorns attracted 19,000 fans to their home opener, and that figure was no anomaly. Theirs is a success story years in the makingMark Parsons gazes towards the gleaming new main stand at Providence Par...
11:48, 06/04/2019

All eyes on Women's World Cup, plus the Nations League and more – Football Weekly Max Rushden, Jonathan Wilson, Lars Sivertsen, Mark Langdon and Suzy Wrack discuss the opening weekend of France 2019, the conclusion of the Nations League, disrespect via kitchen utensils and an Ultra...
20:00, 06/10/2019

Real Madrid reveal plans for women's football team "Real Madrid announced they will form a women\u0027s team for the first time after purchasing local side CD Tacon, subject to approval by club members."...
09:24, 06/26/2019

Jill Ellis: where does a women's football coach go after two World Cup titles? The USA coach defied critics – including some in her locker room – to triumph in France. But she is unlikely to find a bigger job than her current oneJill Ellis is the most successful manager in women...
11:48, 07/10/2019

Nadine Kessler: 'For the first time people can really feel how far women’s football can go' Her job is to observe and assess the development of women's football. The former Women's World Player of the Year talks to DW in an interview about Germany's World Cup performance and the impact of th...
20:12, 07/06/2019

Millie Bright on how women's football inspired a generation Fresh from World Cup success, defender Millie Bright is gearing up for Chelsea's first Super League game. She tells Katie Strick about breaking boundaries and why women's football is 'just football'...
16:36, 08/22/2019

Vatican launches women's football team with pope's blessing Team to make its debut against AS Roma’s women’s team on 26 MayThe Vatican has launched its first women’s football team, with a debut challenge against AS Roma’s Serie A women’s squad on 26 May.More t...
17:00, 05/14/2019

FIFA Women's World Cup: Why Germany has a unique football vocabulary It doesn't feel that way now, but Germans weren't enthusiastic about football in the 19th century. Christoph Marx, a World Cup historian, explains how special terms for soccer were developed to change...
16:24, 06/07/2019

Nations League, the Women's World Cup and more – Football Weekly Extra Max Rushden, Barry Glendenning, Lars Sivertsen and Philippe Auclair discuss the Nations League with familiar themes on and off the pitch for England, a 2019 World Cup preview, transfers, Fifa and box-...
21:36, 06/07/2019

From pink goalposts to blue plaques: a history of women's football From outraged 17th-century ministers to the 2019 World Cup via world war, the suffragettes, coffee houses and Jennifer Lopez’s Let’s Get LoudAlmost 50 years have passed since they stepped off the plan...
10:36, 06/08/2019

World Cup a triumph for women’s football but broken culture cannot be ignored | Kelly Lindsey As the Afghanistan Women’s coach I have witnessed a blatant disregard for the protection of women and girls in football. It needs to stopWith the Women’s World Cup in full swing women’s football is st...
12:12, 07/04/2019

World Cup 2019: Nigeria on 'changing mentality' of women's football in Africa Nigeria players Francisca Ordega and Asisat Oshoala on their personal struggles, inspirations and responsibilities going into this summer's World Cup....
21:00, 06/16/2019

Women's World Cup, Copa América and a supermarket treat – Football Weekly Max Rushden, Marcus Christenson, Lars Sivertsen and Tim Stillman discuss Australia’s comeback against Brazil, England’s huffing and puffing, Scotland’s flattering scorelines and reviews of a supermark...
21:00, 06/17/2019

'This is the reality': Santos women's football team sleep in hotel lobby ‘This is the respect people have,’ says Santos coach Team were travelling to play Iranduba two days laterThe coach of Santos women’s team has criticised the Brazilian Football Confederation after her ...
12:48, 07/17/2019

Opinion: Russell Wilson won't be limited to football, wants to 'inspire the world' As Seattle QB Russell Wilson prepares to open the NFL season vs. the Bengals, the soundtrack of his life is an example of what can be accomplished.       ...
19:36, 09/06/2019

English women's football seeks legacy from France 2019 but frailties remain The huge audience for England’s semi-final is testament to the progress made by the women’s game, particularly at the grassroots, but that growth is still unevenThe L-word has almost become a form of ...
10:02, 07/06/2019

Zimbabwe's women boycott Olympic football qualifier against Zambia over unpaid fees The troubles in women's football in Zimbabwe continue as the national team refuse to play the second leg of their Olympic qualifier against Zambia in Harare....
23:24, 09/02/2019

People have fallen for women’s football. We must ensure it’s a long-term relationship | Eni Aluko The future of the women’s game has never looked brighter but keeping fans interested after the World Cup is vital to its growthThe Women’s World Cup has been a tournament we will look back on as the p...
15:00, 07/09/2019

‘Winning helps’: World Cup journey boosts women’s football revival in Italy Milena Bertolini’s team face the Netherlands in Saturday’s quarter-final and the country is warming to the women’s game againIn 2015 a senior Italian football official dismissed female players as a “b...
21:36, 06/28/2019

Women's World Cup 2019 live stream: how to watch every football match online from anywhere The eighth edition of the Women's World Cup is all set to get underway in France, with 24 teams battling it out for the biggest prize there is in football. Regardless of where you are on the plan...
12:36, 06/05/2019

Festival of skill and Hegerberg's principles combine to create watershed moment for women's football "The World Cup might be missing its biggest star in Ada Hegerberg but 2019 could prove a watershed moment for women’s football, writes Carrie Dunn, with the Lionesses front and central of a summer tha...
18:36, 06/06/2019

Football Four: 'Big boy' football shows contenders, pretenders for College Football Playoff After four weeks, the College Football Playoff contenders are narrowing. This week's Football Four sees Clemson with SEC teams Alabama, LSU, Georgia.       ...
20:24, 09/22/2019

Opinion: Donald Trump won't discuss equal pay for USWNT. It's fine; the women have got this Asked about equal pay for the U.S. women's soccer team, Donald Trump said, "We'll talk about that later." But these women don't need his help.       ...
02:24, 06/13/2019

Opinion: Quarterfinal victory over France can't be U.S. women's high point at World Cup The U.S. women have reached the semifinals or better at every World Cup, a tournament that began in 1991. They are aiming for their fourth title.       ...
02:48, 06/30/2019

Opinion: Calling for (ridiculous) new celebration rules after USWNT's blowout win at Women's World Cup The USWNT throttled Thailand 13-0 on Tuesday at the Women's World Cup. But their celebrations rubbed some the wrong way. Here's one way to handle it.       ...
19:12, 06/12/2019

Opinion: Here's what's behind criticism of U.S. women and World Cup celebrations The U.S. women's 13-0 rout of Thailand was the biggest win in World Cup history, and Alex Morgan tied a single-game record with five goals.       ...
01:36, 06/16/2019

England Lionesses lose on the pitch but victory for women's football brings watershed moment closer than ever Phil Neville had promised that losing this semi-final would 'mean nothing' to him but, when he is finally able to reflect on an agonising defeat, the England manager will feel differently....
01:00, 07/03/2019

USA icon Megan Rapinoe wants progress on women's football pay as Gianni Infantino earns World Cup final boos Megan Rapinoe declared it was time for the conversation about pay in women's football to move "forward to the next step" after she helped the United States retain their World Cup title....
00:36, 07/08/2019

I don’t even believe in astrology, so why am I addicted to this horoscope app? | Stephanie Convery Modern astrology taps into the deep irony of the extremely online. Is that why Co-Star rules my life right now? It’s 10.02am and there’s a ping on my phone. “Ask people how they avoid becoming dead in...
21:36, 05/29/2019

Kent State cancels women's field hockey game for football game fireworks, school apologizes Kent State officials canceled a women's field hockey game between Temple and Maine on Saturday so the school could set up a fireworks display.       ...
22:24, 09/11/2019

Stephanie Grisham ridicules Scaramucci: 'His feelings just seem to be hurt' White House press secretary Stephanie Grisham slammed former staffer Anthony Scaramucci for his recent criticism of President Trump during her Wednesday night appearance on Eric Bolling's show....
23:00, 08/15/2019

Have sperm will travel. But what would an all-female planet look like? | Stephanie Merritt The discovery that frozen sperm can survive space flight opens up tantalising possibilities. But there’s no guarantee of utopiaIf you’re a woman who has despaired over the past week, as you’ve observe...
18:12, 06/25/2019

Female desire is all the rage. But are the stories still too driven by men? | Stephanie Merritt Uncovering the mystery of women’s sexuality has become the hot topic in books, but old attitudes lingerWhat women want is a supposedly elusive mystery that has preoccupied writers for centuries. It’s ...
03:48, 07/28/2019

LOL! Why Is Natalie Halcro's Sister Stephanie Wearing Her "Magic Panties"? Sisterhood of the traveling...cheetah print panties? Yeah, Natalie Halcro probably didn't see that one coming either. But the facts are tough to ignore in this silly clip from......
22:00, 07/05/2019

Stephanie Ruhle: Recessions are 'okay' and a 'normal part of economic activity’ With many speculating and predicting another economic recession is in the near future, MSNBC anchor Stephanie Ruhle said on Monday while no president wants to be in office with such economic downturn,...
03:36, 08/20/2019

Stephanie Grisham announced as new White House press secretary Stephanie Grisham, former Press Secretary and Communications Director for the First Lady, will take over as press secretary.        ...
20:36, 06/25/2019

See Why Natalie, Joel & Stephanie Halcro Get Choked Up During a Visit to Their Mom's Childhood Home It's a blast from the past for the Halcro siblings! Natalie Halcro, Joel Halcro and Stephanie Halcro return to their grandparents' old house for the first time since childhood in......
18:36, 05/30/2019

Claudia Schiffer, Stephanie Seymour take their own (almost) nude photos for Vogue Italia See the nearly naked Vogue Italia photo shoot where Claudia Schiffer and Stephanie Seymour "assume power and assume their agency."        ...
00:36, 08/02/2019

Facial recognition is now rampant. The implications for our freedom are chilling | Stephanie Hare This new technology is being secretly used on streets and in shopping centres across Britain, making potential suspects of us allLast week, all of us who live in the UK, and all who visit us, discover...
01:01, 08/19/2019

Stephanie Pratt Says She's Not Returning to The Hills Season 2 After Dramatic Feud With Cast You know what you did--and Stephanie Pratt wants no part of it. Just days after MTV announced its reboot The Hills: New Beginnings had been picked up for a second season, the reality star......
19:12, 07/25/2019

Stephanie Grisham: Melania Trump's spokeswoman named press secretary First lady announced the move on Twitter on Tuesday, but did not make clear if Grisham would be solely working for the presidentFollow the latest in US politics – liveStephanie Grisham has been named ...
09:36, 06/26/2019

MSNBC's Stephanie Ruhle asks if Trump could be reported as a 'security threat' following ABC interview MSNBC anchor Stephanie Ruhle questioned whether President Trump will be reported to the authorities as a "security threat" following his interview with ABC News' George Stephanopoulos. ...
07:36, 06/13/2019

'Send her back' isn't just racist. It ignores the US's critical role in Somalia | Stephanie Savell As long as the US military targets al-Shabaab as a terrorist group, it will only fuel violence in SomaliaIn July, a crowd at a Trump rally chanted “send her back” about the Minnesota representative Il...
16:48, 09/05/2019

Trump picks first lady's spokeswoman Stephanie Grisham as new press chief – live Melania’s communications chief to replace Sarah SandersTrump: ‘obliteration’ if Iran attacks ‘anything American’Sign up for the US briefing and get a new perspective 6.27pm BST Multiple outlets are re...
19:48, 06/25/2019

Megan Mullally and Stephanie Hunt’s Choreographed Antics Are Giving Cabaret a Jolt The two actresses, who perform song-and-dance routines as Nancy and Beth, serve up sharp, bawdy takes on classic tunes and newer pop hits in identical costumes....
00:00, 05/14/2019

First lady spokeswoman Stephanie Grisham named new White House press secretary Stephanie Grisham, a top aide to first lady Melania Trump, was named Tuesday to replace Sarah Sanders as White House press secretary after a brief but competitive search for the president's next spoke...
21:24, 06/25/2019

Longtime Trump aide Stephanie Grisham will succeed Sanders as press secretary Stephanie Grisham, the communications director for first lady Melania Trump and a longtime aide to President Donald Trump, will succeed Sarah Sanders as White House press secretary, Mrs. Trump announc...
21:24, 06/25/2019

MSNBC's Stephanie Ruhle pokes fun at Trump's 'Obama-like' Iran strike reversal MSNBC anchor Stephanie Ruhle had some fun at the expense of President Trump on Friday over his dramatic last-minute decision to call off a retaliatory strike on Iran, something she said was "Obama-lik...
04:36, 06/22/2019

Donald Trump Appoints Stephanie Grisham White House Press Secretary President Donald Trump on Tuesday named Stephanie Grisham -- until now spokeswoman for his wife Melania -- the chief White House press secretary, taking over an office that has seen sharply......
06:24, 06/26/2019

Stephanie Grisham to replace Sarah Sanders as White House press secretary President Donald Trump on Tuesday tapped Stephanie Grisham, first lady Melania Trump's spokeswoman, to take over as White House press secretary and communications director....
02:36, 06/26/2019

The government's plans to cut student fees threaten life-changing research | Stephanie Smith The cuts expected to be announced by the government to tuition fees next month will take a vital subsidy for science Everywhere you go, your life is improved by breakthroughs developed in the labs and...
02:48, 05/02/2019

Chris Christie battles MSNBC's Stephanie Ruhle over Mueller Report, knocks her network Former New Jersey Governor Chris Christie clashed with MSNBC anchor Stephanie Ruhle on Wednesday during a panel discussion at the SALT conference in Las Vegas....
00:24, 05/09/2019

Stephanie Pratt Wastes No Time Stirring Up Drama Between Spencer and Brody on The Hills: New Beginnings It's New Beginnings, but old drama for The Hills. In the exclusive sneak peek below, Stephanie Pratt comes to her brother, Spencer Pratt, with some news. It might not be surprising......
19:12, 08/05/2019

England's World Cup Lionesses hailed for 'changing how the UK views women's football' despite heartbreaking semi-final loss to US Thousands of Lionesses fans shared the team's semi-final heartbreak against the US last night - but delighted in a World Cup run that has transformed perceptions of women's football....
11:00, 07/03/2019

Stephanie Levi-John and Laura Carmichael on The Spanish Princess and the dangers of 16th century life Set in the 16th century London, Starz’ new historical drama The Spanish Princess follows Catherine of Aragon, Princess of Spain who has been promised the English throne all her life. Ahead of the seri...
20:12, 05/03/2019

Stephanie Pratt Reignites Heidi Montag and Lauren Conrad's False Sex Tape Feud: ''You Awful Human Being'' Cue the "You Know What You Did" gifs. With MTV's The Hills: New Beginnings already in full-force, fans of the original reality TV series are feeling deeply nostalgic over the......
04:00, 07/24/2019

White House Press Secretary Stephanie Grisham bruised amid scuffle between reporters, North Korean guards North Korean guards pushed and shoved U.S. reporters on Sunday and Grisham was left with bruises in the exchange, according to The Associated Press.        ...
21:24, 06/30/2019

Friday Football Fever (Aug. 8, 2019) – High School Football highlights in So. AZ TUCSON – “Week 0” in high school football is in the books. Here’s the first Friday Football Fever of 2019: HERE ARE THE FINAL SCORES FROM FRIDAY, AUG. 23, 2019 -Canyon Del Oro...
14:36, 08/24/2019

2019 Fantasy Football Draft Prep: Running back tells revealed by Pro Football Focus grades Pro Football Focus has experts grading every play of every game, and the results from last season can be surprising and illuminating for Fantasy players....
21:00, 07/31/2019

NBCUniversal, National Football League and Carrie Underwood sued over Sunday Night Football theme song Football fans, are you ready for some litigation?! Per Yahoo! News, a group of songwriters have filed a federal lawsuit against NBCUniversal, the National Football League, Carrie Underwood, and others...
19:48, 06/20/2019

Nick Buoniconti's Football Life And Football Death The Many Lives of Nick Buoniconti, the HBO documentary about the Hall of Fame linebacker who died this week at the age of 78, begins with several breathtaking shots of Buoniconti’s stately mansion in ...
00:12, 08/03/2019

What are the most unusual non-football events at a football ground? | The Knowledge Plus: passmasters, players to score in the top four divisions and a deaf footballerMail us your questions or tweet @TheKnowledge_GU“What is the most unusual non-football event to be staged at a footba...
12:36, 08/28/2019

Football quiz: the many managers of Chelsea Football Club Who won the World Cup? Who played a final? Who liked eggs?How many Italians have managed Chelsea since they last had a (permanent) English manager?TwoFourSixEightChelsea have played in the top flight ...
18:00, 06/19/2019

Stephanie Grisham, Trump’s New Press Secretary, Literally Pushes for Press Access In a video, Ms. Grisham opens a path for American journalists to cover the president’s meeting with Kim Jong-un of North Korea. She has a bruise to show for it....
22:12, 07/01/2019

White House press secretary Stephanie Grisham weighing daily press briefings White House press secretary Stephanie Grisham is willing to consider bringing back daily White House press briefings, a tradition in prior administrations. In an interview with Sinclair’s Eric B...
19:48, 08/15/2019

From The Hills to "Horrific": A History of Stephanie Pratt's Dramatic Relationship With Spencer Pratt and Heidi Montag Once upon a time, in the hills above L.A., a young man's sister showed up, ostensibly to have his back as his circle of enemies grew ever larger. But then the sister ended up liking......
06:12, 07/25/2019

FRIDAY FOOTBALL FEVER highlights: High school football Friday, Sept. 6 final scores TUCSON- Final scores from Week Three of Friday Football Fever: Sabino 13, Sahuaro 47 Santa Rita 48, San Carlos 0 Tombstone 15, San Manuel 26 Pusch Ridge Christian 0, Walden Grove 27 Palo Verde 14, Sah...
21:48, 09/07/2019

FRIDAY FOOTBALL FEVER: High school football Friday, Sept. 20 final scores TUCSON- Final scores from across southern Arizona in Week Five of Friday Football Fever. Tucson 0, Mountain View 12 Canyon Del Oro 36, Amphi 0 Thatcher 34, Benson 12 Bisbee 18, Pima 12 Buena 35, Deser...
14:12, 09/21/2019

Study: Sexualization Of Women In Games Doesn't Impact Women's Body Image Long-argued is the theory that embodying a lithe and thin Lara Croft in Tomb Raider might make women gamers feel worse about their own bodies. It’s an argument that women like me have used to justify ...
21:36, 07/25/2019

Brandi Chastain’s sports bra changed women’s soccer — and women’s history — 20 years ago With the U.S. women’s soccer team in Sunday's World Cup finals, we revisit Chastain's game-winning penalty kick and the exuberant, underwear-exposing celebration that followed....
05:41, 07/06/2019

U.S. Needs Cabinet Agency Focused on Women and Girls, Says Former Ambassador for Global Women’s Issues It’s time for President Donald Trump to create a Cabinet-level agency focused on women and girls to help “guarantee that women’s issues don’t get shoved aside,” says a fo...
17:24, 05/30/2019

Rights Body, Women's Panel Want Probe Into Alleged Torture Of Assam Women A day after Assam police suspended two cops for allegedly stripping and torturing three women inside a police outpost in Darrang district, the National Human Rights Commission and the National......
19:00, 09/18/2019

Successful women meet at the Association of German Women Entrepreneurs conference Prejudices against female managers are just one of many topics discussed at the annual meeting of the Association of German Women Entrepreneurs. Even the German Chancellor came to learn more about wom...
11:36, 05/17/2019

International Women's Day: Empowering more women decision-makers ‘essential’, says Guterres Under the theme “Think Equal, Build Smart, Innovate for Change”, the United Nations hosted its flagship event celebrating International Women’s Day on Friday to recognize unsung women from across the ...
19:00, 04/28/2019

This Is the Most Anticipated Women’s World Cup Ever. But Corruption and Abuse Still Block Women From Soccer The biggest women’s sports tournament of 2019 will begin in Paris on Friday. The top 24 teams in the world will be descending on France to compete for the title of World Champions at the FIFA Wo...
17:36, 06/05/2019

US women's soccer star Alex Morgan talks fight for pay parity ahead of Women's World Cup Soccer star Alex Morgan is an Olympic gold medalist, Women's World Cup winner, and one of Time magazine's 100 most influential people of 2019 but her most challenging battle is for pay parity in the s...
01:00, 05/04/2019

FIFA caps first women's conference with UN Women partnership FIFA capped its first Women's Conference by announcing a partnership with UN Women to promote gender equity around the globe        ...
16:36, 06/07/2019

Vogue 25 Women: The Duchess of Sussex and Phoebe Waller-Bridge make it onto the list of 25 women shaping 2019 Vogue has put together their annual list of the 25 most influential women working in Britain, with this year's featuring Naomi Campbell, Phoebe Waller-Bridge, and the Duchess of Sussex....
13:36, 06/07/2019

From Jackie Aina to the CROWN Coalition, Black Women Lead Glamour’s List of Women Changing the Beauty Industry It’s our turn. That’s the message Glamour magazine is giving black women, with the release of its “Women of the Year All Year” list honoring the biggest influencers in beauty. Of the 12 women the maga...
17:36, 08/16/2019

Chelsea Women vs Tottenham Women: London derby will build on World Cup effect, says England star Fran Kirby England Lioness Lioness Fran Kirby says a showcase clash between Chelsea and Tottenham is a "massive opportunity to build on the World Cup effect" and get more girls involved in grassroots football....
13:00, 08/15/2019

Brazil Women 3-0 Jamaica Women Veteran Brazil striker Cristiane scores the first hat-trick of the 2019 Women's World Cup as Jamaica's debut at the tournament ends in defeat in Grenoble....
22:48, 06/09/2019

German Women's World Cup referee Riem Hussein: Why shouldn't women referee a men's tournament? After making her first World Cup appearance in France earlier this summer, German referee Riem Hussein talks to DW about equality in sport, VAR and a personal record....
21:48, 07/18/2019

Black Women OWN the Conversation Puts Black Women in the Center Black Women OWN the Conversation, a collaboration between OZY Media, co-owned by Carlos Watson, a former CNN and MSNBC analyst, and the Oprah Winfrey-branded network OWN, is a historic first for telev...
18:36, 08/28/2019

|OPINION:Tradewarthreatenspeacedividendforstocks The Cold War had a chilling effect on the market for decades. The trade war with China and intensifying tensions with Mexico threaten to do the same, says Stephen Gandel....
17:12, 06/01/2019

Opinion: How the Volkswagen ID 3 got its name Volkswagen's eagerly-anticipated first bespoke electric model ditches the brand's long-held naming traditions for good reason So it turns out that three really is the magic number - at least as far a...
23:00, 05/08/2019

|OPINION:SAishobbledbymarketchangeasrandwrestleswithchallenges The downside of being the most liquid emerging market currency is that it’s hard to avoid the impact when investors turn cold on risk assets. Unfortunately, South Africa’s rand has other issues to wre...
21:24, 05/30/2019

Opinion: No revolution in the EU The European Parliament will be more heterogenous than before, so finding a majority and reaching compromise will be a serious challenge, writes Bernd Riegert....
20:24, 05/27/2019

|OPINION:Therainbownationneednotbeachildishdaydream South Africa’s past is something people only seem comfortable to engage with based on how it informs their present. When we went to the polls to vote last month, many South Africans, politicians inclu...
18:36, 06/02/2019

|OPINION:Highereducationmustdomorethanhelpgraduatesgetjobs Quality education is often understood to be the kind that gets graduates jobs - especially where it's tough to find employment. But higher education has some important other functions too, says Patien...
09:24, 09/22/2019

Opinion: The revolt of the masses 2.0 The French revolution overthrew aristocracy, the velvet one ousted Communist regimes. Today, says Ivaylo Ditchev, massed ranks of digital natives are rising up against the final bastion of inequality:...
23:36, 05/31/2019

|OPINION:IfRamaphosachoosesSAoverANC,itmaybegoodforboth Having helped carry the ANC across the finish line in elections earlier this month, despite South Africans’ impatience with the party’s persistent corruption, President Cyril Ramaphosa will now need t...
12:24, 05/18/2019

Opinion: why the McLaren F1 still excites 25 years on from our first spin in the legendary F1, we reflect on the innumerable areas in which it still stands out Just how fast is a McLaren F1? In May 1994, an eager 14-year-old picked up a copy...
08:12, 06/08/2019

Opinion: Human rights come first When it comes to drafting a constitution, the concrete details aren't what's important. What matters is the underlying concept of humankind, which confers dignity on every human being, writes Alexande...
07:24, 05/17/2019

|OPINION:Trump'stradewarcouldbefuelingAmazonfires The fires currently consuming Brazil's Amazon rainforest seem a world away from the tense diplomacy in the US trade war with China. In truth, they're more closely connected than you might suspect, wri...
15:00, 08/26/2019

Opinion: In the end, it was a backroom deal The nomination of Ursula von der Leyen for European Commission president is a victory for Angela Merkel, but a blow to the EU parliament. There's a lesson the parties can learn from this fiasco, says ...
05:00, 07/03/2019

Opinion: is the new 1 Series still a driver's car? BMW's shift from rear-wheel drive for the latest 1 Series won't please everyone, but it makes sense when you look at the figures In an increasingly homogenised world, variety is always welcome – and ...
01:36, 05/27/2019

Opinion: Dyson car hardly looks like a gamble Proven success in other markets has given the brand expertise in electric motors that should prove vital to car development Never let it be forgotten that Dyson makes a hair dryer that costs £299 – w...
03:36, 05/09/2019

Opinion: Think twice about outrageous CEO (retirement) pay Daimler chief Dieter Zetsche is just the latest to have his retirement pay package highlighted. Though modest by international standards, these payoffs reward mediocrity and must come to an end says D...
10:36, 05/22/2019

| OPINION | There is just so much Nigeria can do for its citizens in SA Anger in Nigeria boiled over and young Nigerians took to the streets protesting South African aggression and unleashing some of their own on South African-owned businesses, writes Gimba Kakanda....
16:48, 09/09/2019

Share your opinion — become a BI Insider! As a dedicated Business Insider reader, we’d like to invite you to join our BI Insiders Panel, an exclusive online community of Business Insider readers! Here are some of the TOP benefits of bei...
02:48, 05/02/2019

|OPINION:Mugabeisdead,buthehasplentyofimitators Former Zimbabwean leader Robert Mugabe, who died on Friday at the age of 95, was a genuine hero but he failed to deliver the justice he sought for his people. His life story is a warning to all well-m...
21:12, 09/06/2019

Opinion: Red roses for mom, red cards for the right Mother's Day isn't just about flowers and family, but also feminism and the continuing struggle for women's equal rights. The movement can't let the holiday be co-opted by right-wing populists, writes...
15:00, 05/12/2019

Opinion: JLR and BMW is an old alliance rebooted It shouldn't come as that big a surprise to see the two brands partnering up on electrification Nineteen years ago, BMW’s ownership of the then Rover Group was about to hit the rocks. Into its fifth ...
19:00, 06/06/2019

|OPINION:Sorry,Amazon.KimKardashianisnowastore Luxury fashion is getting ready for its selfie. If it likes what it sees, the global apparel market could become a battle of the Everything Store against the Everyone Store, says Andrea Felsted....
11:12, 06/01/2019

Opinion: What's next for journalism in the Erdogan era? Journalists have had a hard time in Erdogan's Turkey: initially dismissed from their jobs, hundreds went on to be arrested. Now, they're grappling with the publication of a blacklist. What's next, ask...
17:24, 07/11/2019

Opinion: How important is a car's nationality? Brum brum: Defender production is leaving the Midlands The new Land Rover Defender will be built in Slovakia but can still be seen as a British icon It’s official: the new Land Rover Defender will ...
17:00, 05/02/2019

Opinion: The forgotten lessons of D-Day Representatives from a number of countries are commemorating the Allied landing at Normandy 75 years ago with a gigantic show. But some are forgetting the lessons we must learn from World War II, says...
08:48, 06/06/2019

Opinion: Not your grandparents' Europe Europe has come a long way over two generations, but it's not yet where it needs to be. The EU needs to reform its unequal voting system and give citizens true political voices as Europeans, argues DW...
16:12, 05/21/2019

Opinion: Frankfurt is when electrification gets serious With tough new emissions targets about to be introduced, car firms are having to push electrified cars like never before Thanks to striking British Airways pilots, we took the train from London to Fr...
15:00, 09/10/2019

Opinion: Sudan must not become another Egypt The conflict between Sudan's ruling military council and protesters is worsening, with reports of deaths and injuries in Khartoum. After months of peaceful protest, demonstrators now deserve Europe's ...
20:48, 06/03/2019

|OPINION:Whyprotestorswerethekeyspeakersatthisyear'sWEFonAfrica SA is losing enough money to gender-based violence each year to send over a million children to school or build several hospitals. It's only fitting that the World Economic Forum on Africa was forced ...
04:24, 09/09/2019

|OPINION:Howbreedingsingle-sexanimalpopulationscouldhelppreventpoverty The creation of all-male or all-female groups of animals, known as monosex populations, has become a potentially useful approach in aquaculture and livestock rearing, says Tomer Ventura....
08:01, 09/21/2019

Opinion: Two all-English finals? Be careful what you wish for... Liverpool and Tottenham in the Champions League final, Arsenal and Chelsea in the Europa League final. Is it all a question of money and do German teams need to spend more to keep up? No and no, write...
14:24, 05/10/2019

Opinion: The US and Germany — an everyday estrangement US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo has just been to Berlin. The composed diplomatic courtesy shows just how far Germany and the US have drifted apart, writes DW's Jens Thurau....
23:36, 05/31/2019

Opinion: Boko Haram — no end in sight Ten years ago, the radical Boko Haram sect became a terror organisation and embarked on a trail of murder and mayhem that continues today. The Nigerian government has learnt little from past mistakes,...
14:36, 08/01/2019

Opinion: Car design - the new Mission Impossible? i8 fulfilled its objective as a 'statement piece' for early EV adopters Why planning ten years ahead is getting harder than ever Who’d be BMW Group design director Adrian van Hooydonk, a man consis...
15:00, 06/27/2019

Opinion: Ineos Grenadier is more convincing now than ever Building a credible Land Rover rival with zero experience won't be easy, but Ineos has the ingredients to make it work When Sir Jim Ratcliffe first discussed his own line of simpler-than-the-Defender...
18:12, 09/18/2019

Opinion: America is failing its workers With the 2020 presidential debates officially underway, the candidates need to be asked about their positions on some fundamental worker rights. The United States is the world's wealthiest nation, but...
17:24, 07/01/2019

Opinion: Optimists are stupid. Serves them right. Research by Boston University's School of Medicine in the USA suggests optimists have a 50 percent chance of living longer than pessimists. The study fills DW's Zulfikar Abbany with dread....
16:36, 08/27/2019

|OPINION:WhyfewerinternationalstudentsarechoosingUScolleges-anditisn'tjustaboutTrump The number of new international students going to the US for college and university fell in the 2016/2017 and 2017/2018 academic years, according to the Institute of International Education....
17:00, 09/01/2019

Opinion: Has Greta Thunberg gone overboard? Swedish climate activist Greta Thunberg is sailing from Europe to New York to travel carbon-free. But few ordinary people will be able to follow her example, writes DW's Felix Steiner....
08:12, 08/15/2019

Opinion: Why Volkswagen needs to reinvent its image A new logo is just the beginning of a brand-wide revamp that seeks to draw a line under Dieselgate It’s not hyperbole to say the Volkswagen ID 3 will be one of the most significant cars in the histor...
18:36, 08/22/2019

Here's a better way for pro-lifers to win the battle for public opinion Thanks to advances in scientific imagery, neonatal medicine, and contraception development, the pro-life movement is more poised than ever to shift evenly-split opinion in its direction. But grandstan...
02:00, 05/16/2019

Opinion: Top 100 NFL players from HBCU programs The HBCU schools have a storied history and produced many Pro Football Hall of Famers. Here are the 100 greatest NFL players from HBCU programs.       ...
02:36, 08/28/2019

Opinion: Germany is fighting for its identity On the 80th anniversary of the first battle of World War II, the right-wing populist AfD party scored its strongest-ever results in two states. Germany is now wrestling with itself, says DW's Editor-i...
22:12, 09/01/2019

Opinion: The IPCC is right, if we want food, we have to look after our land As we learn how climate change leaves our food security — and us — hanging in the balance, it's time to stop behaving as though the planet were an endless store of goodies, says DW's Tamsin Walker....
23:36, 08/08/2019

Opinion: A Persian Gulf war can have no winners After the attacks on two oil tankers in the Strait of Hormuz, the US is blaming Iran. How credible is the accusation, asks DW's Rainer Sollich, and could there be other powers at play?...
16:12, 06/15/2019

Opinion: Wait, why are we still doing sports drafts at all? Annual amateur drafts are so deeply embedded in U.S. professional sports culture that we rarely stop to think about how dumb they are.        ...
17:48, 05/16/2019

Opinion: It's time to end human trafficking To end the trafficking of men, women and children, we need to go after the smugglers — but also hold governments accountable, writes guest commentator Antonio Vitorino of the International Organizatio...
07:00, 07/30/2019

Opinion: Why Germany beats the pessimists While investors from all over the world seek their fortunes in Germany, the prophets of doom are talking down Europe's biggest economy. Facts and fears hugely diverge, says economist Thomas Straubhaar...
16:24, 06/07/2019

|OPINION:Thetrust-buildingtoolSteinhoff,Tongaatetalcouldhaveusedbetter Integrated reporting (IR) is becoming a buzzword globally, and with good reason. And SA was an early adopter, although not everyone has kept up, says Mark Graham....
01:00, 09/02/2019

Opinion: Ford's new Puma is a fresh take on the SUV The 'very European' new compact SUV could be the future of the family car The sense of excitement senior Ford people have for the Puma is clear. Ford has taken an admirably fresh look at the booming ...
07:36, 06/26/2019

Opinion: The Kremlin fears its own people Russian police reacted with force and arrested more than 1,000 people during opposition protests in Moscow. As the nervousness of Russia's rulers increases, so does the courage of its opposition, writ...
02:12, 07/30/2019

Opinion: Last chance for German carmakers Emissions-cheating scandals hitting German car manufacturers have strained relations between policymakers and the auto industry in the country. But DW's Henrik Böhme says it's still the carmakers call...
13:24, 06/26/2019

Opinion: EU must react to pressure from Turkey Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan is using Syrian refugees as a bargaining chip to blackmail the EU. Europe must step up and decide how to react — before it is too late, says DW's Barbara Wesel....
01:12, 09/16/2019

Opinion: BMW could revive British car manufacturing The 75 was made under BMW’s ownership of Rover BMW sold Land Rover nearly 20 years ago, but maintains a strong presence in British industry BMW’s long relationship with the British car industry wa...
16:37, 08/12/2019

Opinion: Strongmen with weak economies Trump, Putin, Erdogan, Orban — are all "strong leaders" who boast that they are fostering economic dominance. The truth, says Alexander Görlach, is that their countries are in decline....
00:36, 05/02/2019

Opinion: Hong Kong wants democracy More than one million people took to Hong Kong's streets on Sunday to protest the new extradition-to-China law. What they're calling for is totally legitimate, says Alexander Görlach....
13:36, 06/12/2019

Opinion: Trump vs. Huawei, and the end of the smartphone? The trade spat between Washington and Beijing has reached a new level, with successful Chinese telecoms equipment provider Huawei stuck in the eye of the storm. Where will this all end, asks DW's Henr...
18:12, 05/24/2019

Opinion: Is the only safe Jew in Germany an invisible one? That the German government's anti-Semitism commissioner advised Jews against wearing a yarmulke is a scandal. If Felix Klein is right, then German society has a fundamental problem, writes Michel Frie...
11:24, 05/31/2019

Opinion: Turkish democracy is still alive The Turkish opposition’s victory over the ruling party in Istanbul’s rerun election is an important victory for democracy. It also sets the stage for a possible shift in the country’s politics, writes...
03:48, 06/24/2019

Opinion: 'Let's hope it wasn't a foreigner' Germany is in shock after a child was killed at Frankfurt's central train station. When tragedies like these happen, people in the country with migrant backgrounds are particularly affected, says DW's...
14:36, 08/01/2019

Opinion: US-Iran escalation a threat, but war unlikely The world is on edge over heightened tensions between the US and Iran. But that doesn't mean military confrontation is imminent, writes Rainer Hermann of the German daily Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitun...
02:12, 05/13/2019

Opinion: Land Rover could win at electrification Can the SUV manufacturer emerge from a tumultuous period as a frontrunner of mainstream electrification? Land Rover’s plan to restore sales and fiscal health over the next few years – and set itself ...
07:00, 05/13/2019

Opinion: Ukraine is tired of yesterday Nowhere is democracy's huge and impressive potential more striking than in Ukraine. The parliamentary elections have confirmed a political shakeup, which offers a lot more than just new faces, says DW...
16:12, 07/22/2019

Opinion: Maguire is not enough for United to succeed "Manchester United have dramatically improved their defensive options with the signings of Harry Maguire and Aaron Wan-Bissaka, but there is still much to do to challenge for the top four."...
14:24, 08/05/2019

Opinion: Open discussions, not ingratiation The president-elect of the European Commission, Ursula von der Leyen, wants a more objective debate about the rule of law in Europe. But that doesn't mean she'll cozy up to the populists, says DW's Ro...
20:12, 07/21/2019

Opinion: Don't bet against Kim Clijsters in her tennis comeback at age 36 Seven years after retiring, four-time major tennis champion Kim Clijsters, 36, announces she is making a comeback and will return to the WTA in 2020.        ...
22:12, 09/16/2019

Opinion: Thailand's democratic dictatorship Although Thailand's military junta has now been formally elected into office, its hold on power shows that the country's politics are a tangled hybrid of democracy and authoritarianism, says Pravit Ro...
15:48, 06/06/2019

Opinion: Why we remember Tiananmen Square Thirty years have gone by since the world watched the Tiananmen Square massacre in China. So why must we remember the events of June 4? It's a deceptively simple question, says academic Perry Link....
20:48, 06/03/2019

Opinion: Why Jon Stewart fights for the 9/11 heroes In a recent congressional hearing, Jon Stewart displayed passionate conviction for the men and women sickened by exposure to Ground Zero toxins. His testimony has resonated around the country....
07:36, 06/14/2019

|OPINION:AsZimbabwegrappleswithMugabe'slegacy,whowillputthecountrybacktogether? Robert Mugabe's role in Zimbabwe's fight for economic emancipation has not been disputed by many, but at the same time, the country's ultimate economic ruin left him with a conflicted legacy, says Cre...
18:24, 09/06/2019

Opinion: This Borussia Dortmund can win the Bundesliga Borussia Dortmund's season started with a stutter but a dominant win over Bayer Leverkusen saw them purring along at their best. This team, playing in this style, can go all the way, writes Janek Spei...
21:36, 09/14/2019

Opinion: A political bombshell in Kosovo Kosovo Prime Minister Ramush Haradinaj has surprisingly resigned after being requested to face a special war crimes tribunal in The Hague. This will have far-reaching political consequences, says Vilm...
00:48, 07/21/2019

Opinion: Will Monsanto be Bayer's undoing? Another heavy blow has been dealt to German company Bayer. The firm was ordered by a US court to pay compensation in yet another glyphosate-related case. Bayer needs to act swiftly, say DW's Henrik Bö...
14:24, 05/14/2019

Opinion: Why manufacturers won't ditch ICE models yet Demand for the ID 3 will be strong, but not enough to warrant VW axing the Golf Volkswagen can't stake its future on the new ID 3, so the Golf is sticking around. And the same is happening at Porsch...
22:00, 09/11/2019

Opinion: EU-Mercosur pact is still alive Opponents of free trade with South America's Mercosur states are delighted that Austria is stymieing a potential deal. But the agreement is not dead yet, says Bernd Riegert....
18:24, 09/20/2019

Opinion: This matters more than jobless rate This Friday, headlines will tout two big numbers from the monthly jobs report: the unemployment rate and the number of new jobs created. But there is much more to it....
01:12, 09/07/2019

|OPINION:Whata(great)timetobeanSAentrepreneur As South African entrepreneurs, we’ve always punched above our weight on the global stage. But lately, we’ve been undervaluing ourselves. Letting the country’s challenges get to us. Now it’s time for ...
16:36, 09/07/2019

Opinion: How much bad blood is there between Warriors and Rockets? While Golden State and Houston do a good job of making it seem like they can’t stand each other, at other times relations are confusingly cordial.        ...
01:36, 05/05/2019

Opinion: America's weekend of terror Nearly 30 people have been shot dead in El Paso and Dayton. Don't expect the violence to end — the US won't tighten its gun laws, and the president continues to sow hatred, says DW Washington correspo...
13:12, 08/05/2019

Opinion: The EU must respect the nation-state The EU needs unity where such things as the single currency require it. But it also needs to have respect for the diversity of nation-states and their importance for democracy, says Boris Kalnoky....
17:12, 08/17/2019

Opinion: Nissan will need to up the Juke's game Outgoing Juke used radical styling to obscure its dynamic flaws. The new model won't have that option It would be very easy to paint the outgoing Juke as a prime example of style over substance, yet...
19:24, 09/03/2019

Opinion: NFL now entering the player empowerment era By forcing his way out of Houston and into Seattle, defensive force Jadeveon Clowney became the latest high-profile player to flex his muscle       ...
21:48, 08/31/2019

Opinion: The significance of Germany's Basic Law Most Germans greatly value their Basic Law, which is also a result of Germany's dark Nazi past. But even so, Germany must work hard to preserve its democracy, argues former constitutional judge Udo Di...
14:12, 05/23/2019

Opinion: The power of informal networks In his latest book, historian Niall Ferguson discusses the way networks influence history. This can help us understand the conflicts in the world today, such as the protests in Hong Kong, says Alexand...
20:00, 09/04/2019

Opinion: The eco-warriors of climate protection Germany is only responsible for around 2% of the world's carbon emissions. And there's a quick and easy way to reduce that even further, as DW's Felix Steiner argues in this polemic....
00:24, 09/21/2019

Opinion: The significance of Germany's constitution Most Germans greatly value their constitution, which is also a result of Germany's dark Nazi past. But even so, Germany must work hard to preserve its democracy, argues former constitutional judge Udo...
10:24, 05/23/2019

Opinion: a beginner's guide to the Nurburgring 24 hours Fantastic machinery, crazy fans and action-packed racing should make the N24 a fixture on any petrolhead’s calendar The Nürburgring is a place that enjoys hallowed status within the collective psyche...
12:48, 06/25/2019

Opinion: Gay men are nearly invisible in golf, but we’re not non-existent Someday a PGA Tour golfer will come out to the pleasant realization that what was to him a seismic announcement is barely worth the noting.       ...
21:36, 06/30/2019

Opinion: End of the road for the International Motor Show German Chancellor Angela Merkel opened Frankfurt's IAA motor show, likely for the last time. Not because her mandate is nearing an end, but because the car industry as we know it is history, says DW's...
18:48, 09/13/2019

Opinion: Should the Eurovision Song Contest be politicized? Orthodox rabbis and pro-Palestine activists are fiercely critical of the Eurovision Song Contest this year in Israel. But most people just want to enjoy the music and have fun. Bernd Riegert reports f...
02:36, 05/18/2019

|OPINION:Don'tbefooled-SAhasajobscrisis,andtheinformalsectorisn'tfixingit The publication of South Africa’s latest unemployment figures was this time accompanied by an argument that official statistics don’t count economic activities in the informal sector, says Mike Rogan....
10:24, 09/14/2019

Opinion: Winners and losers from a spectacular Indianapolis 500 Simon Pagenaud scored his first victory and NBC broadcast its first Indy 500, but neither meteorologists nor Marco Andretti had a good day.        ...
04:48, 05/28/2019

Opinion: Volodymyr Zelenskiy's grace period must end Thus far, the West has been reluctant to criticize the Ukrainian comedian-turned-president. But with some reforms he has instigated appearing anti-democratic, a clear response is now needed, writes Ro...
23:12, 09/13/2019

Opinion: Are the good years over for German firms? When BASF, the world's largest chemical company, drastically slashes its earnings forecast, it's an alarm signal for the German economy as a whole, say DW's Henrik Böhme....
15:24, 07/10/2019

Opinion: China, US digging in for long battle What's in a name? Clearly a great deal in the high-stake trade war between the US and China, which has escalated after US President Donald Trump named China a currency manipulator, says DW's Clifford ...
17:12, 08/06/2019

Opinion: Will Rockets-Warriors series go down as one of the greats? The Western Conference semifinal series is back in Oakland Wednesday with the Rockets and Warriors tied at 2-2.        ...
21:36, 05/08/2019

U.S. World Cup goal celebrations polarizes opinion The United States' record 13-0 drubbing of Thailand at the Women's World Cup on Tuesday did not sit well with everybody, with opinion divided on whether the team should have so mercilessly punished a ...
14:36, 06/12/2019

Opinion: Trump calling off Taliban talks is not the end The US president's surprise announcement has stalled negotiations. But neither the US nor the Taliban can risk scrapping the troop pullout deal entirely — the consequences would be dire for both, says...
00:48, 09/09/2019

Opinion: Clemens Tönnies' resignation is inevitable Schalke chairman Clemens Tönnies has revealed a blatantly racist world view. The club and Tönnies have attempted to row back on the comments but there must be no way back in such cases, writes David V...
03:36, 08/04/2019

Opinion: Merkel must step up her China strategy On her latest visit to China, Angela Merkel managed to sign 11 deals and also brought up the Hong Kong crisis. But she failed to take a genuinely courageous and determined stance on China, says Maximi...
00:48, 09/09/2019

Opinion: India's government is playing with fire India's ruling party has delivered on its promise to revoke the special autonomous status for Jammu and Kashmir. It is a risky move, but there is a clear rationale behind it, says DW's Rodion Ebbighau...
02:24, 08/06/2019

Opinion: This is where the top remaining NBA free agents should sign We’re making our best pitch to each of the top remaining NBA free agents about where they should go once signing period begins at 6 p.m. Sunday.       ...
17:00, 06/30/2019

Opinion: In Tehran, diplomatic hope dies last German Foreign Minister Heiko Maas' Iran trip made clear that Europe’s role in the Middle East is little more than that of a well-meaning extra. Yet these diplomatic efforts are still important, says ...
04:24, 06/11/2019

Opinion: Germany faces turbulent times The resignation of Social Democrat leader Andrea Nahles makes early elections in Germany more likely. But both the CDU and the SPD should avoid any hasty decisions, says DW Editor-in-Chief Ines Pohl....
19:12, 06/02/2019

Opinion: Foreign aid is a hindrance to Rohingya repatriation Local and international NGOs have been working hard to provide relief to Rohingya refugees in Bangladesh. But their efforts are proving to be counterproductive in repatriation attempts, says DW's Khal...
19:00, 08/25/2019

Opinion: Russia frozen on climate change Vladimir Putin has talked about global warming's toll as Siberia's Irkutsk region struggles to recover from floods. But there's a simple reason why Russia won't get behind climate protection policies,...
20:12, 07/06/2019

Opinion: What does Volkswagen's new Nurburging record prove? The ID R has just become one of the most important cars on the planet after tearing around the Nordschleife in just over six minutes How do you follow up setting an outright record on the Pikes Peak ...
17:36, 06/03/2019

Opinion: Afghanistan's roller-coaster history It should be joyous: 100 years of independence. But Afghanistan is in mourning after a wedding was attacked. The US and the Taliban are thrashing out a deal, but DW's Florian Weigand predicts an uncer...
19:12, 08/19/2019

Opinion: Theresa May's toxic Brexit legacy Don't be fooled by the tears she shed. Prime Minister Theresa May stumbled her way through a disjointed and dysfunctional Brexit process and has left the UK in a shocking state of paralysis, writes Ro...
03:48, 06/07/2019

Opinion: Warriors look like champions once again after ousting Rockets On a night when they looked as vulnerable as ever, the Warriors showed their championship mettle to get back to the Western Conference finals.        ...
10:36, 05/11/2019

Opinion: Here's how Zion Williamson could go wrong in the NBA The NBA draft lottery Tuesday will set who gets the No. 1 pick a chance to take Zion Williamson or trade him depending on a team's evaluation of him.        ...
20:36, 05/13/2019

Opinion: Is too much being asked for France as it hosts World Cup? France is trying to become first team to hold the men's and women's World Cup titles at same time.        ...
02:00, 06/07/2019

Opinion: What I learned as acting CEO of Cambridge Analytica Cambridge Analytica made many mistakes on the path to notoriety. But its biggest mistake was believing that complying with government regulations was enough and thereby ignoring broader questions of d...
16:12, 08/20/2019

Opinion: The fine art of defusing Italy's budget row The European Commission has once again said that Italy's fiscal policies lack prudence and violate the bloc's budget rules. DW's Andreas Rostek looks at Brussels' attempts to bring Rome to its senses....
08:48, 06/06/2019

Opinion: Action, not outcry will save the Amazon The Amazon rainforest is on fire and it's all Bolsonaro's fault. The world is outraged, but that's not going far enough. The global community will have to pay up to save this vital ecosystem, says DW'...
22:36, 08/23/2019

Opinion: Keep 2020 Olympians away from Trump until after the election There should be no White House visit immediately after the 2020 Olympics, Christine Brennan writes. The athletes should wait until after election.       ...
12:12, 08/23/2019

Opinion: Jaguar gets on the front foot with an electric XJ Electric XJ will follow in the footsteps of Jaguar's EV pioneer, the I-Pace JLR's plans for an electric XJ have been confirmed, and could be the first step in a significant regeneration for the bran...
10:24, 07/05/2019

Nancy Pelosi Had a Good Opinion For a Change Asked about the horrific photo of Óscar Alberto Martínez Ramírez and his daughter Valeria which made headlines earlier this week, House Speaker Nancy Pelosi told reporters that entering the U.S. shoul...
21:24, 06/27/2019

Opinion: Can it get worse than this for the Tennessee Titans? Yeah, it can As the Tennessee Titans' offense goes from bad to worse in a humbling loss to the Jacksonville Jaguars, might the entire season be going with it?       ...
08:00, 09/20/2019

Opinion: NFL must do the right thing and bench Antonio Brown Roger Goodell can show how much the NFL cares about women by putting Antonio Brown on the sideline while investigating rape allegations against him.       ...
04:00, 09/12/2019

Opinion: Major League Baseball is at a crossroads. What does it want to become? Baseball is at a crossroads. Juiced balls, intentional or not, is among the litany of anxieties that are troubling the players and the union.       ...
01:48, 07/10/2019

Opinion: Why Canadian GP controversy is good for Formula 1 Vettel rejoined circuit just ahead of Hamilton Sebastian Vettel's contentious penalty for his Canadian Grand Prix moment has sparked plenty of debate Several of us were talking about the Canadian G...
16:00, 06/10/2019

Opinion: Myanmar's Suu Kyi cozying up to Orban is absurd Myanmar State Counselor Aung San Suu Kyi and Hungary's prime minister, Viktor Orban, have issued a joint anti-Muslim statement. The Burmese leader has finally lost the moral standing she once enjoyed,...
23:48, 06/07/2019

Opinion: Huawei's 5G plan for Germany is a bad deal China does everything it can to block access to information, particularly from the foreign press. So letting a Chinese firm build Germany's 5G network is naive, to say the least, says DW Director Gene...
20:12, 07/09/2019

Opinion: Don't bet against Kim Clijsters in her tennis comeback at age 36 Seven years after retiring, four-time major tennis champion Kim Clijsters, 36, announces she is making a comeback and will return to the WTA in 2020.       ...
03:00, 09/13/2019

Opinion: Banning phones from roads is easier said than done The campaign to eradicate mobile phone usage is promising, but is there any feasible means of enforcing such a law? While today’s Transport Committee report shines a welcome spotlight on the epidemic...
16:00, 08/13/2019

If a Doctor Only Tells You to Lose Weight, Consider a Second Opinion It’s no secret that doctors sometimes can’t look past body weight when seeing larger patients. If you think your real health problems are being ignored, it’s worth seeking a second opinion....
22:24, 08/13/2019

Opinion: Will Antonio Brown conform to the Patriot Way? The Patriots, after their 33-3 win over the Steelers, seem ready to embrace the combustible Antonio Brown. But will he conform to the Patriot Way?       ...
15:36, 09/09/2019

Opinion: What's the most surprising number at the World Cup? Seven. Europe has seven teams in the World Cup quarterfinals, its most in tournament history. And Spain, eliminated by the USWNT, put the world on notice.       ...
21:24, 06/26/2019

Opinion: German slowdown is a warning signal There's no denying anymore that Germany's economy is slowing. Yet, this isn't the time for stop-gap measures, says DW's Henrik Böhme. Instead, he argues, sober-minded decisions by both politics and bu...
01:48, 08/15/2019

U.S. Patent and Trademark Office wants your opinion on AI inventions The U.S. Patent and Trademark's Office wants public comment on patenting artificial intelligence inventions and how AI may reshape intellectual property.Read More...
18:36, 08/27/2019

Opinion: Is the VW ID 3 the real electric car game-changer? The just-revealed Volkswagen hatchback promises to make its mark on EV acceptance We’ve all heard many assertions over the past decade on when the turning point will be for electric vehicles.  A brie...
22:24, 09/09/2019

Opinion: why Ferrari has brought back the GTS after 50 years Ferrari 812 GTS The new Ferrari 812 GTS showcases a key new goal for Ferrari: unpredictability These days, Ferrari model line-ups are fairly predictable. For example, most of us would’ve put money ...
22:24, 09/09/2019

Opinion: Houston, we have a problem. But do the Rockets know how to solve it? The Western Conference semifinals offered perhaps the best opportunity for Golden State to be beaten in the postseason since the 2016 NBA Finals.        ...
19:12, 05/11/2019

Opinion: Another Tiananmen Square in Hong Kong? The protests in Hong Kong are increasingly becoming a thorn in Beijing's side. How much longer will the Communist Party leadership sit back and watch? Don't count out China making a rash decision, say...
07:24, 08/22/2019

Opinion: More money won't alone fix Germany's military woes Germany's new defense minister, Annegret Kramp-Karrenbauer, has told the Bundestag she wants a bigger defense budget. But simply throwing more money at the problem is not the solution, says DW's Nina ...
19:36, 07/24/2019

Opinion: 1999 World Cup team still the best the US has had — for now Picking the best U.S. women's soccer team is a nearly impossible task, but since Ali Kreiger raised the question, Nancy Armour gives it a shot.       ...
01:24, 06/24/2019

Second opinion on DJI Osmo Action, the GoPro killer A second take on a quick review shows settings that have too many options and can't be read well in bright sunlight. But camera offers many great features.        ...
21:24, 05/20/2019

Opinion: Hurricanes keep finding a way as they go up 3-0 on Islanders in second round The Carolina Hurricanes are on the verge of the conference finals as they took a 3-0 series lead on the New York Islanders with a win Wednesday night.        ...
04:24, 05/02/2019

Opinion: Walmart CEO is the kind of corporate courage we need right now Corporate courage is in short supply. CEOs generally avoid controversial public issues lest disgruntled groups strike back. That's why Walmart's actions to limit ammunition sales and advocate for new ...
01:12, 09/07/2019

Opinion: The EU's future and the European Parliament vote Will the elections for the European Parliament really determine the future of the EU? DW's Felix Steiner urges voters to remain calm and exercise their constitutional rights....
13:48, 05/25/2019

Opinion: The price of the EU's inaction in the Middle East As the EU has adopted a noticeably more pragmatic stance towards Arab autocrats, shifts in the balance of power within this strategically vital region are ­triggering realpolitik, says DW's Loay Mudho...
19:36, 05/22/2019

Opinion: The exciting season the Bundesliga needed The Bundesliga season is over, and although Bayern Munich have won the title for the seventh consecutive time, DW's Jonathan Harding thinks this has still been a season for the ages....
20:36, 05/18/2019

| OPINION: Mugabe remained defiant on land until the very end The elephant in the room remains Robert Mugabe's land policy, argues Liesl Louw-Vaudran./ Was it a heroic battle against the neocolonial west that could have worked out, given more time and resources?...
19:36, 09/06/2019

Opinion: Unnecessary Sea-Watch 3 provocations from both sides The arrest of the "Sea-Watch 3" captain raises the question of who stands to benefit from such acts of protest. Ultimately, it may play into the hands of Italy's Interior Minister Matteo Salvini, writ...
19:48, 07/01/2019

Opinion: Syrian hospitals have become death traps Hospitals in Syria have been bombed and medical staff killed as the war continues. There's no one to help those who are trying to help, writes Dr. Ahmad Tarakji, former president of the Syrian America...
15:24, 07/30/2019

Opinion: Does Porsche have the brand appeal of Tesla? Porsche has a brilliant past and present, but Tesla’s reign as the cool kid of EVs means brand competition is fierce Porsche, purveyor of extraordinary sports cars. Tesla, purveyor of sometimes-quest...
20:48, 09/04/2019

Opinion: Hong Kong unrest has no end in sight The Hong Kong government has put a controversial extradition law on ice. But the government's suspension will not solve the unrest, it only means a temporary respite, says DW's Philipp Bilsky....
16:12, 06/15/2019

Opinion: Suppressing religion is about power, not faith Those who prevent believers from practicing their faith and destroy places of worship are usually concerned with something quite different than merely the fight against a religion, writes Alexander Gö...
22:36, 05/06/2019

Opinion: Hong Kong and the broken promise The Special Administrative Region is in turmoil. For weeks, activists have been protesting against a now withdrawn extradition bill. But the protests are really about Hong Kong’s future, says Alexande...
09:12, 07/23/2019

Opinion: Boris Johnson's clowning glory The UK got the news on Tuesday that Boris Johnson is the next Tory party leader and is now set to become the country's new prime minister. Rob Mudge asks how it could all go so horribly wrong....
14:24, 07/23/2019

Opinion: Why Formula E is succeeding in New York City An exciting season finale proves the electric race series is maturing quickly, and that manufacturers are firmly on board Even in its third season on the calendar, there’s something surreal – and a ...
14:24, 07/15/2019

Opinion: Georgians oppose Russian meddling Hundreds of Georgians were injured protesting against Russian MP Sergei Gavrilov addressing Orthodox law-makers in parliament. A veritable political crisis might be looming, says Christian F. Trippe....
04:24, 06/23/2019

Opinion: Bayern Munich do not look like Bundesliga champions Bayern Munich hold a four-point lead in the title race, but DW's Davis VanOpdorp doesn't think they're playing like champions. That's troubling with two tough matches against Leipzig and Frankfurt lef...
22:00, 05/04/2019

Opinion: 11 NFL legends with the strangest career stops A number of all-time NFL greats played briefly at the end of their careers with unfamiliar teams. Here are the strangest stops for those legends.       ...
08:00, 07/26/2019

Opinion: Iran must save P5+1 nuclear deal — not the EU Iran has waited for the EU to react as it reneges on its obligations under the international nuclear agreement. The ball, however, is in Iran's court, writes Rainer Hermann, of the Frankfurter Allgeme...
01:24, 09/08/2019

Opinion: You may not like it, but disqualifying Maximum Security was the best call Maximum Security was the best horse in the Kentucky Derby, but deserved the stewards' disqualification, columnist Tim Sullivan writes.        ...
00:24, 05/06/2019

Opinion: Is 'Emperor Abiy' at the gates in Ethiopia? The exact details of last weekend's foiled "coup" in Ethiopia still remain unclear. But the prime minister and his government could emerge strengthened from the crisis, writes DW's Ludger Schadomsky....
21:36, 06/24/2019

Opinion: The magic of 'Robbery' will be impossible to recreate A dynamic duo and organic brand, Franck Ribery and Arjen Robben's legendary era with Bayern Munich will end this summer. 'Robbery' did more than just shape a decade of dominance in Bavaria, writes DW'...
23:12, 05/05/2019

Opinion: EU chooses self-interest over compassion for refugees In the EU's game of "refugee bingo," far-right Italian Interior Minister Minister Matteo Salvini can only win. He has little reason to give in to states looking for lasting migration policy, says DW's...
21:48, 07/18/2019

Opinion: New Porsche 718 GT4 receives the engine it deserves Naturally aspirated, 911-derived flat-six is good news for eco-warriors and thrill-seekers alike Much of the new Cayman GT4’s mechanical make-up seems familiar. The last-generation version had a Pors...
07:12, 06/18/2019

Opinion: Eurovision demonstrates the power of empathy This year's Eurovision Song Contest entries varied from a call to action to end capitalism to pure party songs. The winner won on a personal note, says DW's Rick Fulker....
05:00, 05/19/2019

Opinion: Take Turkey's threats to invade Syria seriously A Turkish invasion of Syria appears to be imminent. But a new military offensive could have self-destructive consequences for Recep Tayyip Erdogan's government, writes journalist Rainer Hermann....
23:24, 08/10/2019

To Pak Media's Questions On Kashmir, UN Gives "Clear Opinion" The United Nations today indicated its acknowledgement of the Indian stance that Jammu and Kashmir is a bilateral issue and said dialogue between India and Pakistan is an "absolute essential element.....
23:24, 09/18/2019

Opinion: Austria's far-right show their true colors The audacity and arrogance of Austria's far-right led to their premature undoing. DW's Barbara Wesel sees the FPÖ scandal as a warning for conservatives willing to enter alliances with the far-right....
05:00, 05/19/2019

How Cardi B Changed Anna Wintour's Opinion of Her Style Cardi B has won over Anna Wintour. In a new segment of Vogue's "Go Ask Anna," the iconic editor-in-chief was asked to weigh in on the Grammy-winning rapper's style. One......
23:36, 07/03/2019

Opinion: Woes are mounting for Patriots, but Belichick and Brady will see them through The New England Patriots have taken one blow after another, with the latest being center David Andrews likely to miss the season.       ...
02:36, 08/28/2019

Opinion: Bundesliga title race better than Premier League's With three of the big five leagues won, only the English and German champions remain unknown. DW's Matt Pearson says the twists and turns at the Bundesliga summit make it more exciting than the Premie...
02:36, 05/12/2019

Opinion: Led by Megan Rapinoe, this World Cup should be a seminal moment From her comments about Donald Trump to her criticism of FIFA, Megan Rapinoe has been the perfect voice for the Women's World Cup. Now it's up to FIFA to follow her lead and show they are serious abou...
23:12, 07/07/2019

Opinion: Arizona Cardinals should sign Colin Kaepernick President Trump has said he'd "love to see" Colin Kaepernick on an NFL roster. The Cardinals have a need and should find a way.       ...
00:36, 08/16/2019

Opinion: Josh Rosen, Dolphins both win out in trade with Cardinals Josh Rosen will get a chance to prove himself for a young team, while the Dolphins obtained a low-risk, high-reward option at quarterback.        ...
21:24, 04/28/2019

Opinion: Modi's election victory starts a new era for India Prime Minister Narendra Modi, and his BJP party, have won India's general election. On the way to victory, Modi has completely changed the country and ushered in a new era for Indian politics, says DW...
18:48, 05/23/2019

Opinion: Imran Khan — One year of stumbling ineptitude Pakistani Prime Minister Imran Khan promised to provide relief to citizens when he came to power last year, but his government has only added to their misery, says Harris Khalique of Pakistan's human ...
15:12, 08/16/2019

Opinion: German politician's murder is an attack on democracy Politician Walter Lübcke may have been murdered by a right-wing extremist. If that turns out to be the case, the killer was targeting the heart of Germany's democratic system, says DW's Marcel Fürsten...
06:00, 06/19/2019

Opinion: Trump's trade war with China will be worth the fight For years, and through multiple presidential administrations — Clinton, Bush and Obama — the United States has naively looked the other way while China cheated its way to an unfair advantage in the in...
14:36, 09/03/2019

Opinion: Kawhi Leonard getting vengeance against Warriors in NBA Finals Kawhi Leonard says he isn't out for revenge for 2017, but the Warriors must feel like the Raptors star has a score to settle this NBA Finals.       ...
10:36, 06/08/2019

Opinion: The Caster Semenya verdict is 'wrong and demeaning' Champion sprinter Caster Semenya has lost her appeal against regulations limiting testosterone levels in certain women's athletic events. DW's Zipporah Nyambura takes issue with the ruling....
17:24, 05/04/2019

Opinion: India's forced unity will not bring peace India is to be a unified nation, says Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi. People in Kashmir are experiencing what that entails. The region is a tinderbox, also because of Modi's politics, writes jour...
23:24, 08/15/2019

Opinion: Political craftsman Macron scores victory at the G7 Emmanuel Macron proved himself to be a master of diplomacy at this year's G7 by outmaneuvering the US President on Iran. In doing so, he's also taken over as Europe's foreign policy leader, says DW's ...
23:48, 08/26/2019

Opinion: Golf sensation Amy Bockerstette has it all figured out. She can play, too Here's the thing: Amy Bockerstette is a nice person, yes. But Amy can play. Amy’s got game. Amy has what we hackers never will: A repeatable swing.        ...
18:00, 06/27/2019

Opinion: Von der Leyen a sound choice in turbulent times Up to the last minute it was unclear if Ursula von der Leyen would be accepted as the next European Commission president. Her stellar speech and a lack of alternatives won MEPs over, says DW Editor-in...
23:48, 07/16/2019

Opinion: Popular will topples Puerto Rico governor Days of mass protests have swept Puerto Rico Governor Ricardo Rossello out of office. Fed up with a corrupt ruling political class, the nation endured a veritable political hurricane, says DW's Caroli...
17:36, 07/25/2019

Opinion: Africa's new free trade zone is still just a dream Trade within Africa has enormous potential. Whether a new free trade zone on the continent will realize that potential is up to the more than 50 nations participating in it, writes DW's Claus Stäcker....
20:00, 07/08/2019

Opinion: The world has reached a crossroads in trade policy It's not too late for US trading partners to decide which path to take: one based on retaliation leading to trade destruction, or a path where tariffs are reduced. The window to decide is closing, say...
14:12, 08/15/2019

Opinion: Germany's silence on racist Wächtersbach attack On Monday, a black man was shot by a white German in Hesse. But, instead of mass outrage over the racist attack, many people seem more concerned over changes to kindergarten menus, DW's Christoph Stra...
00:36, 07/27/2019

Opinion: This is easily one of the 20 most embarrassing Knicks moments since 2017 To call the Knicks a "clown shoes operation" would be an insult to clown shoes. Day 1 of NBA free agency was the latest in embarrassments.       ...
21:24, 07/01/2019

Opinion: German YouTuber takes on Angela Merkel's CDU A 26-year-old YouTuber is making headlines with his tirade against the Christian Democrats. Many disagree with the man's tone, but his video makes an important contribution to democracy, DW's Fabian v...
18:48, 05/23/2019

Opinion: Key steps needed for Cameroon peace talks Switzerland has agreed to mediate talks between the government of Cameroon and separatist leaders aimed at faciliating a peaceful resolution to a three-year conflict. This is welcome news, says Nkongh...
18:48, 07/17/2019

Opinion: While the government does nothing about gun violence, CEOs are filling the void Walmart's recent decision to pull handguns and certain types of ammunition from its shelves was a brave and socially conscious act. Today, mass shootings and gun violence are among society's most crit...
04:12, 09/11/2019

Opinion: Amazon 'Leticia Pact' was a wasted opportunity Over the weekend, seven countries gathered in Colombia and signed the "Leticia Pact" to save the Amazon rainforest. But Brazil's president was a no-show and the summit was little more than a photo op,...
06:48, 09/10/2019

Opinion: NBA should be embarrassed about wrong hats being worn at the draft With the trade not being recognized by the league, a number of players on Thursday night had to have their photos taken with wrong hats on.       ...
18:36, 06/21/2019

Opinion: The USWNT had better win the World Cup or legacy will be that of celebration flap The U.S. women's national team needs to win this year's World Cup or they'll only be remembered for their celebration debacle in win over Thailand.       ...
18:36, 06/21/2019

Opinion: Government's Plan To Change Bankruptcy Law Bold And Necessary On Wednesday, the government said it would amend the 2016 insolvency law, a signature reform of Prime Minister Narendra Modi's first term. Investors will cheer....
09:00, 07/18/2019

Opinion: NFL’s 100th season already turning into battle of attrition The NFL’s 100th season started with such promise that the early injuries, ineptitudes and oddities are being felt more keenly, writes Nancy Armour.       ...
16:48, 09/17/2019

Opinion: Packers must make drafting QB a high priority Aaron Rodgers’ back trouble seals it. The Packers must draft a quarterback next year, and they need to start looking in the first round.       ...
23:00, 08/21/2019

Opinion: JLR boss Ralf Speth on preparing for Brexit Speth: "Where am I going to store 20 million parts a day?" Britain's biggest car maker faces concerns over parts deliveries and administrative delays Brexit, then. The current Brexit barometer in t...
15:00, 09/10/2019

Opinion: South Africans need to face some harsh truths South Africans need to take a long, hard look at themselves and stop blaming foreigners for their country's woes, says South African journalist Shaazia Ebrahim....
11:36, 09/06/2019

Opinion: Volkswagen's 'friendlier, people-focused' era begins with the ID 3 Electric hatch's 'smiling face' is a sign that Volkswagen is leaving the legacy of Dieselgate behind There was some light relief at the Frankfurt show's annual Volkswagen Group night during the revea...
15:00, 09/10/2019

Opinion: Matt Patricia still isn't the right coach for the Lions The Lions' latest debacle doesn't help any argument that Matt Patricia can lead this team to the playoffs. His team blew 18-point fourth-quarter lead.       ...
17:24, 09/10/2019

Opinion: Hurricanes need to change goalies now if they want to save their season The Hurricanes trail the best-of-seven conference final 2-0, and they need to make a goalie change now or risk seeing their season end.        ...
19:00, 05/14/2019

Opinion: Donald Trump sets US up for conflict with Iran Donald Trump nearly took the Middle East to the brink with airstrikes against Iran. The US president's aggressive stance is sabotaging his professed efforts for peace in the Middle East, DW's Peter Ph...
04:24, 06/22/2019

Opinion: The SEC might be bad this year, but for Georgia and Alabama, that won't matter The SEC enjoys touting itself as college football's toughest league, but early losses have thrown it into doubt. That may help Alabama and Georgia.       ...
16:00, 09/06/2019

| OPINION: Mugabe was no revolutionary. He was obsessed with power and control Robert Mugabe will not be remembered as the freedom fighter who helped liberate Zimbabwe, but as a man who whose 40 years in power was anything but admirable, writes Melusi Nkomo....
12:24, 09/06/2019

Opinion: EU must join US in renewed Western Balkans talks Washington is bringing the Western Balkan states back to the negotiating table. The US initiative should galvanize the EU, which is currently busy with its own problems, says guest expert Christian Sc...
04:36, 09/11/2019

Opinion: Why the Mercedes-Benz EQV is an electric game-changer Mercedes-Benz Vans boss Marcus Breitschwerd is confident about the future of the commercial vehicle segment Stuttgart’s new zero-emission people carrier could take more conventionally fuelled cars o...
17:00, 08/20/2019

Opinion: One pressing post-draft question for each of the 32 NFL teams The 2019 NFL draft is in the books. With offseason rosters essentially complete, the 32 teams turn their attention to offseason practices and issues.        ...
16:00, 04/29/2019

Opinion: Jay-Z deserves the benefit of the doubt as he joins forces with the NFL Hip-hop mogul Jay-Z deserves some time to show what he can accomplish on the league's social-justice front in his Roc Nation partnership with the NFL.       ...
02:12, 08/18/2019

Opinion: What Ursula von der Leyen learned from Angela Merkel The EU is a game with three summits and, in the end, a German wins? In this case, yes. But Ursula von der Leyen's years in Berlin will prove ideal preparation for the European Commission, says DW's Ma...
03:24, 07/04/2019

Opinion: 3 proposals for a sustainable strengthening of press freedom May 3 is World Press Freedom Day — but in 2019, freedom of the press continues to have a hard time. Still no reason to bury your head in the sand, says Ines Pohl, DW's editor-in-chief....
13:00, 05/03/2019

Opinion: Horse racing needs to be saved before it ceases to exist As the Triple Crown season approaches, horse racing is under the microscope following the recent deaths of 23 horses at Santa Anita.        ...
16:00, 05/03/2019

Opinion: Will Amazon's electric vans disrupt the car industry? The internet retailing giant's big order with Rivian could be hugely significant for the development of electric vehicles Internet retailing giant Amazon has had a profound – and lasting – impact on ...
18:48, 09/20/2019

Opinion: The joy was gone for Colts QB Andrew Luck, so he walked away from the game A cycle of injuries and pain sapped the joy from the game of football for Colts QB Andrew Luck. So, the No. 1 pick in 2012 has decided to walk away.       ...
15:00, 08/25/2019

Opinion: President Trump's critics fall silent With John Bolton's departure, a reckless warmonger leaves the White House. This may be a good sign for diplomacy, but he was also one of the last critical voices in Trump's environment, says DW's Oliv...
12:48, 09/11/2019

Opinion: why the Discovery Sport is crucial for Land Rover Brand's biggest seller needs to be a hit with customers if it will help boost revenue The new Discovery Sport might be easy to overlook in Land Rover’s busy launch schedule. It’s neither as eagerly a...
21:24, 05/21/2019

Opinion: Three proposals for a sustainable strengthening of press freedom May 3rd is World Press Freedom Day - but in 2019, freedom of the press continues to have a hard time. Still no reason to bury your head in the sand, says Ines Pohl, DW's editor-in-chief....
10:24, 05/03/2019

Opinion: We were over the moon about Neil Armstrong and sports in 1969 Sports world was a lot different when man set foot on the moon. For one, it showed miracles, even in sports, do happen with "Miracle Mets."       ...
14:24, 07/20/2019

Opinion: Redskins top pick Dwayne Haskins seems to be plotting the right course Washington last won a Super Bowl in 1991, and the team has reached the playoffs only six times since. Stability at quarterback has proved more scarce.        ...
20:36, 05/13/2019

Opinion: Boris Johnson in Brussels — visibly invisible Boris Johnson's ubiquity these days can be tiresome. But as a newspaper hack in Brussels he preferred to keep a low profile. Jim Gibbons recounts the many faces of the man who could be the UK's next p...
14:12, 07/20/2019

Opinion: Rolling out the red carpet for 'nasty' leaders is actually rather British Seeing Donald Trump go after London Mayor Sadiq Khan was as predictable as seeing Trump spell his name wrong. But Khan's mistaken about one thing, Mark Hallam says; it's very British to fawn over this...
20:48, 06/03/2019