The U.K. government has seriously underestimated the price tag for decommissioning its oil and gas industry.
The British prime minister, who launched missile strikes with the U.S. without consulting Parliament, also accuses Syria and Russia of attempting to cover up evidence of a deadly chemical weapons attack.
President Trump has vowed to withdraw from the 2015 agreement unless U.S., British, French and German negotiators can agree to fix what he sees as its serious flaws.
Social media platforms have become central to our modern lives, but evidence is mounting that who we "friend" and what we "like" and share can be used by malevolent groups.
The biggest expulsion of Russian diplomats since the Cold War follows a nerve agent attack on an ex-spy and his daughter on March 4.
Many politicians argue that nuclear power is an answer to climate change, forgetting that they are passing the buck to future generations.
The Guardian uncovers records of incidents like chicken being rinsed off after falling on the floor, bloody standing water from drains blocked with meat parts—and much worse.
Media are all atwitter over the prince's engagement to the mixed-race American actress—interesting, since genealogists claim he is descended from Muhammad.
A new book, "A Most Deliberate Swindle," details the way clean transportation was stifled at its dawning in the U.K.