A Slovak cryptofarm using actors and a data centre for promotion caught the eye of the worldwide IT community.
Increasing number of stolen bikes provoke people into buying better locks.
The extremist ĽSNS party drafted a bill limiting abortions in Slovakia, creating an awkward situation for the Church.
They are mostly liberals but a third of them consider themselves to be Catholics.
German media reported on suspicions of plagiarism and the difficulty of stripping people of Slovak degrees.
Drivers with damaged cars due to pothole need to persuade courts that the pothole surprised them.
At the beginning of his career, Ľubomír Jahnátek was more of a figure of fun but later he was connected to scandal.
Slovakia has many experiences with unsolved murders that have affected society.
The past scandals of Interior Minister Robert Kaliňák involved corruption, cronyism and non-standard processes at the Interior Ministry and police office.
The Slovak Levies says that they are neutral, but they are training with the Russians and want to enter politics.
In the past, journalists who tried to turn to police because of threats were usually turned down.
Reporter of the Sme daily Adam Valček initially cooperated with Ján Kuciak, the murdered journalist, on the case of Italian Mafia.
Slovak journalists admit they were often afraid but hardly any of them thought their adversaries would dare kill a journalist.
The incorrect education of children with Asperger's syndrome can lead to suicide. Abroad they are able to have a normal life.
African swine fever is spreading over EU countries at a time when Slovakia is battling the overpopulation of wild boars.
The queue machine stops issuing tickets due to a high number of applicants at the Foreigners’ Police Department in Dunajská Streda.
Caregivers met with the president and demanded the increase of their wages.
Climbing irons enable people to climb steep, icy mountains but they will not protect them from falling, mountain guide Tibor Hromádka claims.
The number of Serbs working in Slovakia has doubled in 2017. Labour Minister Ján Richter wants to protect them from abuse.
Although the international operation began in March, no investigator contacted a Slovak dealer.