British Prime Minister Theresa May survives a political crisis, but the country's break with the EU remains unresolved.
"People's Vote March" demonstrators cite the complexity and costs associated with Britain's withdrawal from the European Union.
Three people are injured as a driver plows his car into pedestrians and cyclists and into a barrier outside the House of Lords during the morning rush hour. Police are working to confirm the driver's identity.
Truthdig's Natasha Hakimi Zapata reports from London, where tens of thousands of people demonstrate against the U.S. president.
Cambridge Analytica, the Trump-affiliated data firm, is declaring bankruptcy and shutting down, blaming "unfairly negative media coverage."
I come back to pay my taxes every year. Since last April 15, I've watched mass shootings, moral collapse—and at last a ray of hope.
Britain says President Trump has assured Prime Minister Theresa May that the U.S. is “with the U.K.” and Russia must provide answers about the nerve-agent poisoning of a former spy and his daughter.
The British judge said the WikiLeaks founder should have the courage to go to court and face justice after more than five years inside Ecuador’s London embassy.