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As nationalists play on historical pride, Scots fret about their future.
Obama rescued the continent’s opinion about the United States, but passions are fading.
Heads may roll at the UK broadcaster after a TV star is exposed as a “sexual predator” who assaulted dozens of underage girls.
'I think it's exciting to have a multicultural president who represents a wider spectrum of people in the United States.'
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007 is back, but his real-life MI6 counterparts may be too shaken and stirred to care.
Britons are happy with their monarchs… until they step out of line.
The Bank of England advertises for a governor for the first time in its history, but with the economy mired in recession, critics say only “superhumans” need apply.
Mark Twain’s library becomes the latest battleground for writers fighting to stop closures.
Fresh Las Vegas revelations would be unlikely to hurt Harry, who appears to become more popular the harder he parties.
Frustration mounts as squabbling threatens to tear the UK government apart.
From London’s “prat on a zipwire” to “naughty” Korea, GlobalPost celebrates the Olympics’ podium-worthy performances in the non-sport category — and those that weren’t.
For moms who could win medals for facial gymnastics, what’s it like to bring up a champion?
In winning the 2012 games, Britain promised urban renewal. Then Europe’s economic crisis erupted.
Eccentric ceremony was uniquely British but barbed with anti-government messages.
Budget cuts are set to reshape Winston Churchill's once-mighty force.
Getting tix is near-impossible. Here are some alternatives.
Journalists close to David Cameron among eight charged over voicemail intercepts.
Commuters say special road lanes will overburden city infrastructure.
Residents say rooftop missiles batteries are a step too far.