A heated debate over political extremism in the United Kingdom came to a head this week when the leader of the British National Party appeared on a BBC show.
In the United Kingdom, a debate has erupted over how the government-operated health care system is being portrayed recently in the United States.
Michael Martin, the Speaker of the House of Commons, announced his resignation Tuesday following allegations that officials used public funding for personal expenses like housing renovations and mortgage payments. Special correspondent Simon Marks reports.
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A day after a British teacher was convicted of insulting Islam in a Sudanese court by letting her young students name a teddy bear "Muhammad" as part of a lesson, thousands of protesters called for more severe punishment - including…
Medical research suggests a person's positioning on the social hierarchy ladder is intimately related to his or her risk of health and disease. Paul Solman reports on income inequality and the connection between what we earn and how long we…
A British judge agreed to extend the warrants of the 24 people suspected in a plot to bomb transatlantic flights until next week. British law dictates a maximum of 28 days for suspects to be held without charge. A reporter…
London police announced Tuesday the arrest of a 25th suspect in the plot to bomb flights from the UK to the United States. Terrorism and law experts discuss the differences between U.S. and British anti-terror laws.
Tapped to lead a multinational force in Lebanon, France postponed negotations Wednesday until a cease-fire agreement is reached. The deputy U.N. secretary-general discusses the current status of diplomatic efforts.
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