Thousands of people took to the streets as president Nicolas Maduro and his rival and self-proclaimed leader of Venezuela, Juan Guaido, held competing rallies in Caracas. Even though Guaido enjoys support from countries including the U.S., the Venezuelan military continues…
After postponing a vote, Prime Minister Theresa May is seeking changes to the Brexit deal in hopes of winning over skeptical legislators before Britain leaves the EU on March 29.
By Jill Lawless, Associated Press
The European Commission chief warned the U.K. parliament it should not count on any renegotiation ahead of Britain’s departure in March, as European Union leaders on Sunday approved a landmark agreement on Britain’s exit.
By Lorne Cook, Jill Lawless, Raf Casert, Associated Press
Hungary's Prime Minister Viktor Orban was once thought to be the best person to lead a sphere of former Soviet states toward western-style democracy, but he has instead taken the country on a more populist course, one that's alarmed other…
By Christopher Livesay, Joan Martelli
By Paul Wiseman, Michelle R. Smith, Associated Press
A Florida boat builder absorbs $4 million in lost business and expects more pain. An Ohio pork producer is losing access to a vital export market and fears the damage will last years. A motorcycle shop near Cologne, Germany, wonders…
By Harry Zahn
Britain will have to wait for a vote from Parliament before it can leave the European Union, a U.K. court ruled Thursday.
By PBS NewsHour
Immigrants and minorities in post-Brexit Britain are living in fear, reporting an uptick in xenophobic attacks that some are blaming on the immigrant scapegoating of the Leave movement. In Hammersmith, a Polish war memorial and a cultural center were vandalized…
By PBS NewsHour
In British households and across the United Kingdom, the question of whether the nation should break away from the European Union split along one clear dividing line. In general, older voters voted to leave, while younger voters wanted to remain.
By Kevin Freking, Associated Press
WASHINGTON — President Barack Obama isn't expecting "major, cataclysmic changes" as a result of Britain's pending exit from the European Union.
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