Why historians care about this 100-year-old antiwar graffiti
Conscientious objectors who refused to take part in World War I scratched messages of protest and pictures into the walls of Richmond Castle, where they were imprisoned.
Closure of BBC recipe website cooks up storm in UK
The public broadcaster is mothballing 11,000 recipes. Many Britons are wondering what they will eat in future.
Britain's opposing camps intensify EU referendum campaigns
Campaigning for Britain's tight referendum on leaving the European Union stepped up Saturday as Prime Minister David Cameron hammered home the economic impact of Brexit.
Red squirrels in the UK are dying from leprosy
The already troubled British red squirrel has a new problem. Here's what conservationists are doing about it.
Return stolen assets, Nigeria's Buhari tells Cameron
Nigerian President Muhammadu Buhari on Wednesday urged Britain to return assets stolen by corrupt officials in pointed remarks after Prime Minister David Cameron called his country "fantastically corrupt".
This global warming GIF shows how hot Earth has gotten over the past 165 years
The Paris climate deal aims to keep the average global temperature from rising 2 degrees Celsius above pre-industrial levels. Here's one way to see how close we already are.
Sadiq Khan triumphs as London's first Muslim mayor
Khan won in a landslide victory Saturday, becoming the first Muslim leader of a Western capital.
Do you even care if the UK exits the EU?
This group is hoping to excite young voters on what is probably one of the most important — yet also boring — issues in recent UK history.
London's new Muslim mayor hails 'unity over division'
London's new mayor Sadiq Khan thanked voters for choosing "unity over division" as he was elected Saturday, becoming the first Muslim leader of a major Western capital.
Employers in the UK are offering paid 'paw-ternity' leave for new pet owners
Some companies in the UK are trying out the idea of giving their employees paid time off when they adopt a new pet.
English junior doctors stage all-out strike over pay, conditions
Junior doctors in England staged their first ever all-out strike Tuesday in a bitter row with Prime Minister David Cameron's government over pay and conditions.
Obama's unambiguous message to Brits: Please stay in the EU
British Prime Minister David Cameron knows the impact Obama's message could have in his country — and on undecided voters watching the evening news in Britain tonight.
These airport sniffer dogs are great at finding sausages. Heroin? Not so much.
Manchester airport spent more than $1.5 million on six sniffer dogs. They were trained to detect heroin and cocaine, but they ended up finding cheese and sausages instead.
There's a new tree of life, and humans are just a tiny twig on it
Genetic data from more than 1,000 newly sequenced microorganisms shows bacteria make up most of the genetic diversity of life on Earth.
Here are David Cameron's income tax payments from the last 5 years
They still don't explain that $283,000 gift from mom.
Britain's Cameron says he mishandled Panama Papers tax scrutiny
"Well, it's not been a great week," Cameron began.
Global executions rose more than 50 percent in 2015
Iran, Pakistan and Saudi Arabia were responsible for 89 percent of the 1,634 recorded deaths.
How London became obsessed with the golden supercars of a Saudi billionaire
Every spring, quiet backstreets in London fill with the roar of revving engines and screeching tires. And this year, a fleet of supercars with a matching gold finish.
You won’t be able to make it through this video of the British chancellor 'interacting' with kids
George Osborne has a history of being awkward around children, but this is something else.
Donald Trump named 'Islamophobe of the Year'
Here's a race the Republican frontrunner has already won.
Cameron calls EU referendum for June
Cameron wants Britain to stay in the EU, but five cabinet ministers are backing the 'leave' campaign.
Assange may feel 'vindicated,' but he hasn't left the embassy yet
There is no doubt the WikiLeaks founder scored a PR victory, but just what it means, practically speaking, remains to be seen.
UN panel rules that Julian Assange's embassy confinement is an illegal detention
A UN Working Group on Arbitrary Detention has ruled that Julian Assange's confinement in the Ecuadorian embassy in London amounts to illegal detention.
David Cameron found out the hard way that Muslim women are not #TraditionallySubmissive
The British prime minister might want to update his views.
A British investigation has implicated Putin in murder
The British government says Putin ordered the hit on Alexander Litvinenko in London.
Here's a timeline of Russia's 10-year Litvinenko affair
Former Russian agent Alexander Litvinenko, an arch foe of President Vladimir Putin, died in London on November 23, 2006 after being poisoned with radioactive polonium 210.
Donald Trump isn't banned in the UK, but he took a beating there
Not a good look, just weeks before the primaries.
Parts of London have air pollution as bad as Beijing's
More than six decades after London's Great Smog killed several thousand people within a few days, the UK capital still has a deadly air pollution problem.
Stars pay tribute to 'fearless' and 'brilliant' David Bowie
The death of music icon David Bowie drew tributes from around the world Monday, with leading figures from music and show business recalling his transformative legacy.
Brussels has canceled New Year's Eve
The rest of the world is just putting it under really tight security.
IS destroyed this ancient monument, so archaeologists are 3-D printing a new one
Full-size replicas of the 2,000-year-old arch of Palmyra will go on show in London and New York next year.