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By Jill Lawless, Associated Press
In our news wrap Tuesday, King Charles III traveled to Northern Ireland where he spoke of the late Queen Elizabeth's hopes for healing the region's Protestant and Catholic divisions, alleged security flaws at Twitter were discussed at a U.S. Senate…
King Charles III and his wife Camilla, the Queen Consort, on Monday visited the Scottish parliament where he was greeted by First Minister Nicola Sturgeon.
By Associated Press
Queen Elizabeth II has been likened to the invisible glue holding the United Kingdom together. Some think the reign of King Charles III will see those bonds come unstuck, giving new momentum to Scotland's push for independence.
Queen Elizabeth II’s flag-draped coffin is passing through the rugged Scottish countryside Sunday on a final journey from her beloved summer estate Balmoral Castle to London, with mourners quietly lining roads and some tossing flowers to honor the monarch who died…
By Mike Corder, Associated Press
By Laura Barrón-López
The ruling Conservative Party in the United Kingdom made Liz Truss their new leader, setting her up to replace Boris Johnson as prime minister. Truss is currently foreign secretary and strongly backs lower taxes and a smaller government. As Laura…
By Miles O'Brien, Kate Tobin
There has been a growing appetite around the world for fish. But that growth in demand is raising all kinds of questions and concerns for the industry about sustainability and impact. Science correspondent Miles O'Brien has the first of a…
In our news wrap Thursday, a federal grand jury indicted a white suspect on hate crimes in the Buffalo supermarket massacre of 10 Black victims, producer prices in June were 11.3 percent higher than a year ago, a rocket attack…
By Sylvia Hui, Associated Press
Scottish First Minister Nicola Sturgeon has told lawmakers in Edinburgh that she plans to hold a fresh referendum on Scottish independence on Oct. 19, 2023.
British Prime Minister Boris Johnson is adamant he won't consent so any push could end up in a legal showdown.
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