Oxford Dictionaries said it chose "post-truth" for its frequented use in the 2016 political climate.
In our news wrap Thursday, The Wall Street Journal reported that there is word of a dispute at the FBI over claims of corruption at the Clinton Foundation, stemming from secret recordings of a suspect, that some believe show financial…
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 Mary Jo Brooks
Poet Tishani Doshi has long reflected on the idea of immigration and creating a new home in new land. But she has become alarmed about the “culture of fear” that has developed toward immigrants in the United Sates and Britain.
By PBS NewsHour
The world was shocked when, in June, the United Kingdom voted to leave the European Union. Many believe the severance will negatively affect Britain's economy, but the fishing industry expects benefits -- including increased profitability, poverty relief and elimination of…
By Wahyd Vannoni
There are and will be significant headwinds for this or any future UK government trying to negotiate its way out of the European Union.
By Phillip Lohaus
It is likely that, despite people's enthusiasm to leave the EU, the vote will leave the UK’s most needy worse off than they were before the vote.
For the next two days, defense chiefs and leaders from more than 30 countries are meeting in Washington to discuss the ongoing war on the Islamic State. For more, Hari Sreenivasan talks with UK Defense Secretary Michael Fallon about turmoil…
Welcome to 10 Downing Street, Theresa May. Now deal with the Brexit mess that you campaigned against. The new UK prime minister, who took over Wednesday from David Cameron, supported staying with the EU but the Conservative Party leader’s first…
By PBS NewsHour
Sir Peter Westmacott, the UK’s former Ambassador to the United States weighs in on the past three weeks’ fast-paced developments in Britain. Of the new prime minister, Theresa May, he describes her as grounded, no-nonsense and humble. He describes as…
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