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U.K. Holds Back Historic Files on EU as It Prepares for Brexit
As Prime Minister Theresa May prepares for the next round of Brexit negotiations, her government has held back publication of secret files relating to the creation of the European Union.
Theresa May’s Cabinet Reboot Descends Into Chaos
U.K. Prime Minister Theresa May’s attempt to give her government a 2018 reboot was marred by a chaotic cabinet reshuffle as senior ministers refused to follow her orders. It’s a development that bodes
Inside the Dysfunctional Relationship of Donald Trump and Theresa May
Forget closer transatlantic ties and a state visit to London, it’s been a year of public clashes.
If Tories Want May Gone, Here's How to Do It
Margaret Thatcher was at a summit in Paris when the tide turned. Once-loyal Cabinet members had betrayed her and within hours it became clear the Iron Lady had lost control of her Conservative Party.
#DeleteNetflix Campaign Erupts in Brazil
While the world rebels against Facebook, Netflix Inc. is stirring up controversy in Brazil.
Russia, U.S. Near Brink in a Syrian Standoff With Nuclear Risks
Russia has spent years testing state-of-the-art products of its defense industry in Syria. Now it’s warning that some of those weapons could be turned against the U.S., as tensions between the powers
U.S. Bolsters Naval Forces Near Syria as Tensions Remain High
The U.S. guided-missile destroyer USS Winston Churchill entered the Navy’s area of operations that includes the Mediterranean amid heightened tensions over a possible military strike against Syria.
Warship Ruse and New Stealth Missiles: How the U.S. and Allies Attacked Syria
President Donald Trump’s outrage over another apparent chemical weapons attack by Syrian President Bashar al-Assad was clear. And for the second time in his presidency, the U.S. commander-in-chief
How 105 Missiles Show Assad’s Future Is Safe
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Abe Gets Little From Trump to Douse Japan Scandal Firestorm
The Japanese prime minister has little to take home to distract voters from the scandals encircling his administration.
Suffragist Is First Woman to Get Statue Outside U.K. Parliament
London (AP) -- A bronze statue of women's rights campaigner Millicent Fawcett was unveiled Tuesday outside Britain's Parliament — the first woman to be commemorated there alongside statues of 11 men
Cuomo Promises a Dunkirk-Style Citizens' Fleet to Block Drilling
New York Governor Andrew Cuomo vowed to enlist a “citizens fleet” of leisure boats and fishing vessels to block any attempt to construct oil-drilling facilities off the state’s shores.
Bush Cautions Against Isolationism and Praises Humanitarian Work
Former President George W. Bush made a plea for continued humanitarian work overseas and cautioned against the dangers of isolationism.
URGENT: The Latest: OIC Condemns US Embassy Move to Jerusalem
Jerusalem (AP) -- The Latest on the opening of the U.S. Embassy in Jerusalem and Palestinian protests (all times local):
Trump to Avoid London, Protests With Tour of Country Palaces
U.S. President Donald Trump will avoid London as much as possible as he’s whisked off on a tour of prime British real estate to keep him away from protesters during his U.K. visit.
China Channels Michelle Obama in Trade War Barb Aimed at Trump
Chinese officials are invoking a favorite rallying cry of President Donald Trump’s political opponents as the U.S. leader escalates his trade war with Beijing.
U.K. Plans Show of Special Forces, Black-Tie Dinner for Trump
President Donald Trump will watch a demonstration of how British and U.S. special forces would jointly tackle a terrorist attack during his visit to the U.K., as Prime Minister Theresa May seeks to
Trump Dines With Lockheed Martin and Mars in Opulent Palace
Donald Trump met with business people from both sides of the Atlantic Ocean Thursday evening as his host Theresa May aimed to impress the U.S. president with Blenheim Palace, the opulent 300-year-old
Trump Says May's Brexit Plan Likely to Kill U.S. Trade Deal
The U.K. government moved to limit the damage from President Donald Trump’s outspoken attack on Theresa May, after he warned that her soft Brexit plan will likely end hopes of a trade deal with the
May Seeks to Salvage Trump Trip After President’s Brexit Warning
U.K. Prime Minister Theresa May sought to limit the damage from U.S. President Donald Trump’s outspoken attack on her Brexit policy on Friday as she met him for talks at her country retreat.