George Martin, longtime producer for English rock band the Beatles, died peacefully at his home Tuesday, his manager confirmed in a statement.
By Joshua Barajas
After debating the issue for more than 10 hours Wednesday, British lawmakers voted to authorize airstrikes against Islamic State militants in Syria.
By Daniel Costa-Roberts
As French President François Hollande tightened security across France, promising "merciless" retribution for the series of coordinated terror in Paris Friday night, world leaders reacted with expressions of solidarity as well as increased vigilance in their own countries.
By Lolita Baldor, Associated Press
WASHINGTON — A U.S. drone strike targeted a vehicle in Syria believed to be transporting the masked Islamic State militant known as "Jihadi John," according to American officials. Whether the strike killed the British man who appears in several videos…
By PBS NewsHour
In 1952, Britain's Queen Elizabeth II assumed the throne after the death of her father. More than 63 years later, her reign has lasted longer than that of her great-great-grandmother, Queen Victoria, who up until now had been the nation's…
David Cameron may have held on to power after British elections, but he'll face a number of challenges, including the rising power of the Scottish National Party and a referendum on whether the UK should stay in the European Union.
By PBS NewsHour
British Prime Minister David Cameron's Conservative Party claimed a decisive victory, winning another five-year term despite what was predicted to be a toss-up contest with the Labour Party. The other big winner was the Scottish National Party, which swept virtually…
By Larisa Epatko
Although polls leading up to Britain’s national election showed the Conservative and Labour candidates locked in a dead heat, Prime Minister David Cameron and his Conservative Party came out the clear winners after Thursday’s vote.
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