The Stratford Centre, a 24-hour shopping center in East London, might not be the first place you look for an example of the city's skate culture.
By Corinne Segal
Banksy, the elusive artist behind million-dollar works of graffiti, may have been tagged: a new mathematical analysis claims to have identified the artist as Robin Gunningham.
By Phil Hirschkorn
Considered one of the greatest guitarists in rock 'n' roll history, Jimi Hendrix, who was from Seattle, amassed a following in London before he became famous in the U.S. Now, London officials have turned his last residence into a museum.
By Michael D. Regan
Days after British war planes began an expanded airstrike campaign against the Islamic State, a man on Saturday reportedly yelled "this is for Syria" before slashing at least one person with a knife in a London subway station.
The skull of the bear that inspired A.A. Milne’s much-loved character Winnie-the-Pooh is now on display at the Royal College of Surgeons’ Hunterian Museum in London.
By Ken Dilanian, Associated Press
The United States is disturbed by Russia's movement of tactical aircraft to Syria, U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry said Saturday, acknowledging that the jets could pose a threat to American and allied military forces.
Amy Winehouse was a mega-pop star, a singer with a multi-platinum album. But she's just as well-known for her struggles with drug and alcohol addiction and her troubled relationships, which played out in front of the paparazzi before her death…
By PBS NewsHour
For the British people, the proximity of the Paris attacks seems to make the chance of another terror attack in their country more likely. How is the British government addressing the threat? Chief foreign affairs correspondent Margaret Warner talks to…
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