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Why compromise is a dirty word and other similarities between Britain and America.
International trade shows offer a window into a booming business.
The Hillsborough soccer tragedy was a major event in recent British history. This week’s reaction to a two-year inquest into the incident shows why.
After 27 years on the other side of the pond, a political correspondent returns stateside just in time for the Republican National Convention.
One year after the phone-hacking scandal, the Murdochs still speak and everybody listens.
Running a profitable team is no longer good enough in the Premier League.
Saturday proved to be one of the greatest days in British sports history, as the UK took 6 gold medals.
The torch finally comes to the host city - and with it, some much-needed Olympic cheer.
The issue isn’t being urgently considered as a comprehensive solution to the euro crisis. Neither is anything else.
Outraged Brits charge that a post-9/11 extradition treaty is letting Washington wreck innocent lives.
Only the geriatric recall England's last major soccer victory. As Euro 2012 advances, fans crowd pubs in funereal silence.
George Osborne grabbed headlines with a UK stimulus. But he still hasn’t recovered from favoring fat cats over grannies.
On the eve of Queen Elizabeth’s Diamond Jubilee, a London correspondent wonders why so many Brits dream of sipping tea with her.
Analysis: Key euro architects knew the currency couldn’t last without federalism. As the idea resurfaces, here’s sage advice from America’s founding fathers.
Having opted out of Merkel's EU fiscal austerity plan, Cameron is sidelined as the euro zone grapples for a future.
The candidates for London's mayoral race offer voters two distinct brands to choose from. Neither are particularly appealing.
The hearings show that the media mogul is arguably the single most important figure in British public life over the last 35 years.
Why aren't Londoners excited about the 2012 Olympic Games? Let me count the ways.
Meet Svoboda, an up-and-coming party in Ukraine. It's nationalist, pro-Nazi, and poised for the parliament.
Diners are encouraged to haggle for their meal at this Ukrainian eatery. Yep, it's that offensive.