World May 08WATCH: Meghan and Harry present royal newborn to the public
Standing in the vast, red-carpeted St. George's Hall at Windsor Castle, Meghan declared the baby was "a dream" and called motherhood "magic."…
Nation May 02WikiLeaks’ Assange fights U.S. extradition request
Assange is scheduled to appear in court via videolink Thursday over a U.S. request to extradite him for allegedly conspiring to hack a Pentagon computer.
World Apr 10EU agrees to postpone Brexit until Oct. 31
The new cutoff date averts a precipitous and potentially calamitous Brexit that had been scheduled for Friday.
World Apr 03Theresa May, UK opposition leader meet to talk Brexit compromise
The government said it was not setting preconditions for the talks with Labour Party leader Jeremy Corbyn, but was also not offering a "blank check."…
World Apr 01Parliament considers alternatives to May’s rejected Brexit deal
Two ideas — staying in the EU customs union or holding a second referendum on Brexit — have emerged as the most likely plans to succeed.
World Mar 29Lawmakers reject Brexit deal again. What options are left?
Prime Minister Theresa May's Brexit deal is all but dead, after lawmakers voted to reject it for a third time Friday.
World Mar 29UK lawmakers reject government’s Brexit deal for third time
The House of Commons voted 286-344 against the withdrawal agreement struck between Prime Minister Theresa May and the EU.
World Mar 28Prime Minister Theresa May makes final push on Brexit deal
If Parliament approves May's deal by Friday, the Brexit deadline will be extended until May 22.
World Mar 27British lawmakers weigh Brexit alternatives to leave European Union
The debate comes two days after lawmakers took control of the parliamentary agenda away from the government amid alarm that Britain was heading toward a chaotic Brexit within weeks with no exit plan in place.
World Mar 22How Brexit has weakened May’s credibility with the EU
Brexit has become gridlocked, with Prime Minister Theresa May too weak to push through her plans and lawmakers too divided to force an alternate course.