WARSAW (Reuters) - The European Court of Human Rights (ECHR) has agreed to consider a second case against Poland over allegations it allowed the CIA to run a secret jail on its soil, intensifying pressure on Warsaw to reveal how closely it was involved in the U.S. "war on terror". Full story
Police and firefighters in Warsaw say they have recovered the body of a teen who disappeared while swimming. Full story
Volunteers searching for a Missouri woman who hasn't been seen since July 13 found some items belonging to her. Nearly 250 volunteers spent Thursday looking for 72-year-old Hellen Cook, who was last seen walking between Walnut Grove and Highway 7 in Warsaw. Cook has Alzheimer's disease and has n Full story
More trouble for a Warsaw man accused of picking up a seven-year-old boy and throwing him to the ground in the middle of a Walmart store. Full story
WARSAW (Reuters) - Poland will suspend a cherished budget rule to allow a bigger deficit this year, loosening the fiscal discipline for which it has been a standard-bearer as its economy slows after two decades of uninterrupted expansion. Full story
Faced with a flight emergency when the landing gear wouldn’t deploy, Capt. Tad Wrona of LOT Polish Airlines Flight 16 made a risky decision, crash-landing the plane on its belly with hundreds of passengers onboard. TODAY’s Lester Holt reports.
Author Matthew Brzezinski joins Morning Joe to discuss his new book, "Isaac's Army," which looks at the Nazi occupation of Poland and the infamous Warsaw Ghetto Uprising.
The veteran NBC correspondent was posted in London, Frankfurt and Warsaw among other locations. NBC’s Brian Williams reports.
Architects in Warsaw, Poland are constructing what they claim is the world’s slimmest house, measuring 4 feet at its widest and 2 feet at its narrowest. Early TODAY’s Lynn Berry reports
Sisters play in a fountain as they to cool off during a sunny day in the center of Warsaw, July 26, 2013. REUTERS/Kacper Pempel (POLAND - Tags: ENVIRONMENT CITYSCAPE)
Polish President Bronislaw Komorowski delivers a speech during a ceremony commemorating the 70th anniversary of the Warsaw Ghetto Uprising at the Monument to the Ghetto Heroes, in Warsaw April 19, 2013. REUTERS/Kacper Pempel
File picture shows Mario Gomez of Germany's national soccer jumping for a header during a practice session of the team at the stadium in Warsaw, June 27, 2012. Gomez will leave Bayern Munich and join Serie A's Fiorentina after the two clubs agreed terms for him, the Bundesliga side said on July 8, 2
File photo of Nokia Lumia smartphones in a shop in Warsaw, January 11, 2013. Nokia shares surged on July 1, 2013, after it announced plans to buy out partner Siemans AG's share of their valuable network equipment joint venture, betting on the technology to run 4G networks after it stumbled as a make