Why were there traces of toxic polonium in the late Palestinian leader’s effects? A forensic lab hopes to find more clues after gathering samples from an exhumation
The giant Swiss bank surprised the industry and its staff by cutting its staff by a draconian 10,000 jobs
Without the tax break, the rich and famous may choose to leave the country, which has enough money to make do without them, in any case.
The world’s oldest profession is now represented by a labor union in Geneva. It also has much more perks than the rest of Europe—or the world
The majority of Switzerland’s students opt for vocational training instead of college—and that does not mean the country is dumbing down
Switzerland believes its reputation as an independent mountain-fortress and refuge is being eroded by American meddling
The country is chagrined that it continues to be thought of as the hideaway for ill-gotten gains. Why don’t Americans pick on Delaware?
What a difference two days make, especially in the tumultuous life of Republican Congresswoman and former presidential candidate Michele Bachmann.
On Wednesday, May 9, Bachmann [no relation to the article’s author] announced …