Something was wrong. The BMW 328 Roadster had been sitting in Norbert Schroeder’s Dusseldorf, Germany, garage for three days, and its owner was growing impatient. Schroeder had already inspected the car once without finding anything amiss. Yet he could feel it in his bones: Something wasn’t right.
In the 1960s, the British Invasion brought bowl haircuts and rock-n-roll to U.S. shores with The Beatles and The Rolling Stones. Fifty years on, a new assault is coming, led by iconic U.K. characters featured on TV shows.
Unnecessary cancer screenings, risky procedures and an estimated $800 billion in annual “overtreatment” costs take a thrashing in filmmaker Roger Weisberg’s provoking new PBS documentary “Money & Medicine.”
In a London hotel that featured in an early Sherlock Holmes story, Turkey’s finance minister is preparing to tell investors that the graft scandal roiling his country’s financial markets is a case of mistaken identity.