The Times said a fifth of British Muslims are IS sympathizers. They were wrong
The UK paper on Thursday corrected a 'misleading' headline that critics said promoted Islamophobia with false information.
Cameron makes case for Britain to join Syria air strikes
Prime Minister David Cameron on Thursday argued his case to MPs for Britain to join air strikes on Islamic State (IS) targets in Syria, amid signs that opposition was weakening after the Paris attacks.
Why the US should hold on to Indian students
Indians bring high test scores — and tuition fees — to US universities. But could visa difficulties keep them from wanting to apply?
Anti-Muslim crime soars 300 percent in UK after Paris attacks
A 'vast and overwhelming majority' of the 115 attacks were against Muslim women and girls aged between 14 and 45 who were wearing traditional Islamic dress.
Scotland shows a warm welcome to the UK's first Syrian refugees
'These people are fleeing their homes in the search for protection and security, and we are their refuge. We cannot let the actions of the few destroy the safety of the many.'
You'd think Aung San Suu Kyi was running for president
Her National League for Democracy doesn't mind a bit of early celebration, especially when The Lady herself has said she will be 'above the president.'
The UK has a serious curry problem
Immigration restrictions are driving restaurants short on chefs to close every week. But it's not just food that's at stake.
The US is pretty sure Metrojet Flight 9268 was bombed
Russia and Egypt? Not so much.
The UK’s new passport design is offending millions of women and three countries
Of nine people featured, only two are women and not a single person is from Wales, Scotland or Northern Ireland.
Inside the city where half the UK’s Syrian refugees live
Welcome to Bradford, UK.
Scotland approves project to build 'world's largest' floating wind farm
The Scottish government gave the go-ahead on Monday to Britain's floating offshore wind farm project, which could power 19,000 households, saying it would be the 'world's largest.'
Tony Abbott to Europe: Be like Australia. Shut the borders and turn refugee boats back
The ousted prime minister said it was the 'compassionate' thing to do.
No, processed meats aren’t suddenly as bad as cigarettes. Listen to the experts
The UN's International Agency for Research on Cancer (IARC) warned Monday that processed meats like sausages and ham cause bowel cancer, and red meat 'probably' does too.
Tony Blair is kind of sorry about the Islamic State
It may be obvious, though bears repeating: Saddam Hussein's ouster led directly to the rise of IS.
Blair concedes link between Iraq invasion and rise of IS
Britain's ex-leader Tony Blair again apologized Sunday for certain aspects of the 2003 invasion of Iraq.
27 years later, prosecutors identify two new Lockerbie bombing suspects
Two Libyans are suspected in the 1988 terrorist bombing of Pan Am Flight 103 in which 270 people were killed.
Scotland Yard's crime collection goes on display at Museum of London
From the first case solved thanks to a fingerprint in 1905 to the ropes used to hang prisoners, a new exhibition in London displays hundreds of exhibits kept under wraps by Scotlan
UK's Cameron bows to pressure to take more Syrian refugees
The change in policy will apply to Syrians already living in refugee camps.
Titanic's last luncheon menu expected to fetch up to $70,000 at auction
More than a century ago, first-class passengers aboard the ill-fated Titanic ate grilled mutton chops and custard pudding.
Cancer-sniffing dogs to aid British doctors in trials
A dog's remarkable sense of smell can detect minute odors known to be associated with many cancers.
Europe's refugee response is totally lopsided
Powerful Britain is little more than a bit player in Europe's refugee drama. Meanwhile struggling countries like Greece and Italy are overwhelmed.
7 people confirmed dead in Shoreham Airshow plane crash
A small jet failed to complete a second loop and crashed into several cars on a major road by Shoreham Airport in West Sussex, England.
Whoever masterminded the Bangkok bombing was acting on home turf, police say
It's 'unlikely' that international terrorist groups were behind Monday's deadly bombing in Bangkok.
This man’s been searching for the Loch Ness monster for over 20 years
And he won't stop until he finds it.
Why the world's biggest human rights group wants to decriminalize prostitution
Amnesty International has taken lots of flak for its stance.
The British Library needs your help deciphering the inscription on this medieval sword
'NDXOXCHWDRGHDXORVI' — What does it mean?!
Climate study: butterflies on the brink
Only aggressive efforts to rein in global warming coupled with a rethinking of the British countryside will save many native species of butterfly, according to a study published Mo
Despite a glut, British supermarkets are suddenly running out of milk
This is all the result of a global domino effect.
Amnesty International is about to make sex trafficking easier, worldwide
Commentary: A misguided policy suggests that boys will be boys, so we shouldn’t bother trying to stop them.
If Bernie Sanders were running in Britain, he might actually win
If 'socialist' Jeremy Corbyn keeps up his lead among Labour's voters, the UK could one day have a vegetarian prime minister who eliminates nukes and college tuition.
British town appoints first jester in 700 years
A small British town has appointed its first resident jester in more than 700 years, naming him in an elaborate medieval ceremony.