Following Henry Acorda’s horrific killing, businesses need to stand up.
President Andrej Kiska gave his state of the republic address to the parliament. What did he tell the MPs?
Businesses employing foreigners speak up against violence and racism in the wake of the brutal attack.
Police seek witnesses and information on the attack. Commemorative gatherings planned for Wednesday.
Watchdogs point to the new police president's past contacts and property issues. Gašpar does not rule out a future in politics.
Justice Ministry sent the new rules for the election of Constitutional Court judges into interdepartmental review on May 28.
Finding replacements for nine of the 13 Constitutional Court judges will be one of the top events of 2018 in Slovakia, constitutional law experts say.
Some Slovak conservatives have shown that they cannot resist fascist bait.
I thought the SNS would be more professional and fair at the Defence Ministry, said State Secretary Róbert Ondrejcsák.
There are other ways the incumbent president can put his potential to use, says political analyst Grigorij Mesežnikov.
The incumbent president will not run for a second term in office, but he wants to “be part of the new era” in Slovak politics.
The murder of Ján Kuciak and his fiancée, Martina Kušnírová, prompted journalists to try and explain to the public what their job really means.
The ruling Smer chooses Denisa Saková as the replacement for Tomáš Drucker. Her name creates concern among transparency watchdogs.
The international document preventing violence against women was one of the reasons why a former justice minister left the government.
Running enthusiasts have a plethora of opportunities for running in Slovakia’s capital, be it a daily run or a big running event.
Tomáš Drucker leaves after 25 days as interior minister while Tibor Gašpar stays put.
Police corps president says he will step down, but only if the outgoing interior minister or his successor asks him to.
The RTVS management’s criticism of the #allforJan badges is just the tip of the iceberg, showing a divide between journalists and their managers. Here are some basics to understand what’s going on.
Former parliament's speaker and prominent politician of the ruling Smer passed away after he suffered a heart attack.
Smer deployed its ministerial crisis manager to handle the situation in the interior ministry, but results are slower than the public is ready to tolerate.