A very thoughtful Wisconsin woman found German-language documents belonging to other Wisconsin residents whose family escaped the Holocaust. For 14 years she tried to find the family and now she has finally found them and returned their documents. Read the article and see the pictures at the Milwaukee Journal-Sentinel.
The Deutsche Welle (translated: German Wave) is Germany's international news broadcaster and has news in 30 languages, including English and German, as well as podcasts, German spoken s-l-o-w-l-y (langsam gesprochene Nachrichten), and resources for learning German.
Be sure to check out their Media Center for video, audio, pictures, and podcasts. Remember to listen to a segment repeatedly--you will understand it better if you listen to it more than once or twice!!
The Deutsche Welle used to have a newsletter that you could receive regularly with short news items; I used it for practicing my German at the beginning, much like I use German magazines now for practice. This is a very reliable, solid resource for you. Use it!
Spiegel Online is the web version of the German magazine “Spiegel.” It's like Time or Newsweek in its circulation and reputation. Check the English section for news written in English.
This is a highly reputable news source with everything from politics to business, personal feature stories to humor. I read it almost daily and highly recommend it.