A Dutch museum will be the first large museum to put its entire collection on exhibit all at once.
Dutch courts ruled Airbnb couldn't collect from host and renter; now Airbnb is suing the suers.
A radical new aircraft design gets a first flight test at model size.
After 800 years, Utrecht replaced its main canal with a highway; after another 70 years, it has restored the canal.
Nuns at a Dutch convent were stuck with 20,000 bottles of wine canceled by KLM until a local website helped them out.
The Dutch royal family will no longer attend ceremonies in a ceremonial coach whose artwork exalts colonialism.
A herd of riding-school horses take an afternoon break in a Dutch village.
New rules for short-term rentals in the Netherlands have kicked in, but they are off to a slow start as tourism lags.
Amsterdam's infrastructure is starting to take some hits after years of deferred maintenance.
A border running through a pair of towns has now been shifted to where it should have been 150 years ago.
Amsterdam is ready to give bike- and scooter-sharing another try, but questions are already being raised about safety and sanitation.
At long last, non-stop train service in both directions between London and the Netherlands.
Amsterdam comes up with yet another plan to deal with outdoor urination.
A rare treasure is pulled from the river—and some think it should return!
Fears about audiences crowding too close have led to an order keeping Amsterdam's last barrel organ out of business until late November.