Londoners with jobs are lining up for food handouts
Britain's working poor are falling further behind at a time when politicians seem focused on other matters.
Britain's Security Minister compares Novochok case to "Needle in a haystack"
Britain's Security Minister compares Novochok case to "Needle in a haystack".
Graphic novel depicts UK's Prince Harry and fiancee Meghan
Royal fans and watchers who are eager for next month's nuptials of Britain's Prince Harry and his American fiancee Meghan Markle may now read a comic book about the couple's romance while waiting in anticipation.
British interior minister Rudd resigns after immigration scandal
Britain's interior minister has resigned after Prime Minister Theresa May's government faced criticism for its treatment of some long-term Caribbean residents who were wrongly labelled illegal immigrants, a government official said.
Britain's Duchess of Cambridge expecting baby
Britain's Duchess of Cambridge, who is more popularly known as Kate, and her husband Prince William, the Duke of Cambridge, are expecting their third child later this month. He or she will be fifth-in-line to the British throne.
Barbara Bush laid to rest at George Bush Presidential Library
The hearse carrying the body of former First Lady Barbara Bush arrived at the George Bush Presidential Library and Museum in College Station, Texas on Saturday afternoon (April 21). Cadets lined part the motorcade route as the hearse approached the museum. Earlier in the day, Bush was remembered for her dignity and wit at a funeral service attended by four former U.S. presidents, including Barack Obama and Bill Clinton, as well as former leaders of Canada and Britain.
Britain's Queen Elizabeth backs her son Charles to take on Commonwealth role
Britain's Queen Elizabeth said on Thursday (April 19) that she hoped her son and heir Prince Charles would take on leadership of the Commonwealth, answering some who argue the position should be rotated around member states.
Damascus research lab targeted by air strikes sustains major damage
Buildings said to be part of a scientific research centre in the Damascus district of Barzeh were severely damaged following air strikes carried out by the U.S., France and Britain on Saturday (April 14).