Meet Charlotte Elizabeth Diana, Britain's new princess
Britain's Prince William and the Duchess of Cambridge have named their newborn daughter in honor of her late grandmother Princess Diana and her great-grandmother Queen Elizabeth.
Britain's new princess meets royal family members
US-BRITAIN-ROYALBABY:Britain's new princess meets royal family members
Scottish secessionists could be the UK election's big winner
They used to have low turnouts. But on May 7 the Scots are set to vote in greater numbers than the English, Welsh or Northern Irish, and largely for their pro-independence party.
World Naked Gardening Day is right now
Yes, this is a thing now — especially in the English countryside.
Cameron's Conservatives have at least one New York billionaire's vote
But Mike Bloomberg also gave a couple of reasons some of the public won't be voting that way.
The two-party system in the UK is gone
British politics used to be simple. Now the two-party system is a thing of the past and next month’s election is one of the most hotly contested in years.
British economic growth slows sharply before election
Gross domestic product expanded by just .3 percent between January and March of this year.
The British media rehearses the queen's death at least once a year
Queen Elizabeth II turned 90 this week. And the royal press wants to make sure it is ready for the inevitable.
The success of these candidates will tell us a lot about the UK's future
Read this and sound clever down the pub.
Belfast thinks Jon Snow is a real bastard
One resident called for 'Game of Thrones' actor Kit Harington's 'ballix knacked in' after he dissed Northern Ireland's capital on Seth Meyers' show.
London's huge jewelry heist is starting to sound like the next 'Ocean's Eleven'
Hear what some of the locals are saying about the mysterious Hatton Garden theft, which is being called Britain's biggest robbery.
Police did not respond to burglar alarm during massive London jewel heist
The thieves made off with $300 million in jewelry and cash.
London police probe massive $300 million jewel heist
It may be a record haul.
Britain has no lawmakers right now. Here's what you need to know
A few facts on one of the hardest-to-call elections in UK history.
Almost all the nations trying to keep Iran from a nuclear bomb have lots of nuclear bombs
With the exception of Germany, the countries negotiating with Iran right now — The United States, the United Kingdom, France, China and Russia —account for almost all of the world's nuclear weapons. Oh, and Israel too.
Now some British moms are eating their placentas
Should specialists be allowed to prepare placenta pills, or smoothies? The UK is debating.
Western powers pledge unity in Iran nuclear talks
The British, French, German and US foreign ministers noted 'substantial progress' in the discussions with Tehran.
David Cameron was pretty much a robot during his Buzzfeed interview
Reaching out to the cool kids was always a stretch for the UK prime minister. In the end, he didn't even try.
Crufts dog show poisoning mystery deepens with second death
As news breaks of a second show dog death, a new scandal brings calls for Best in Show winner Knopa to forfeit the title.
How the world's largest dog show became a canine murder mystery
Who would attack a three-year-old Irish Setter? And why?
This man is a pedophile, and proud of it
Meet the activist whose life’s work is arguing that pedophilia is OK.
The child sex abuse scandals engulfing Britain
Years after revelations of an entertainer’s crimes, the UK grapples with an ugly, sprawling legacy of abuse and lies.
TV debates might be too American for UK elections
Or at least some Brits say so, after Prime Minister David Cameron refused to go head-to-head with his top contender, Ed Miliband.
The UK government says this Nigerian gay rights activist isn't a lesbian because she has children
Aderonke Apata is fighting for asylum in the UK.
Jihadi John was radicalized by MI5 tactics, some Brits say
Details about Londoner Mohammed Emwazi are raising uncomfortable questions as much about terror suspects as the way the UK intelligence agency pursues them.
Before 'Jihadi John,' Mohammed Emwazi was 'extremely gentle, soft-spoken'
After the naming of Islamic State's masked henchman, his alleged extreme violence gives an urgent note to the efforts to understand who he is and where he came from.
For richer, for poorer: Jihadi John is a reminder that extremism comes in all shapes and sizes
Analysis: The White House's focus on poverty as the main cause of extremism may not tell the whole story.
Here's why the UK is sending troops to Ukraine after the ceasefire
A scathing report from the House of Lords accused Britain and other EU members of 'sleep-walking into the current crisis.'
London Mayor Boris Johnson expounds on Boston's Olympic bid
GlobalPost exclusive: Johnson says the 2012 Games transformed the UK capital. 'There was a huge charge of good feeling, euphoria, serotonin.'
Alan Turing's family demands the UK pardon 49,000 convicted gays
'The Imitation Game' scientist was posthumously pardoned for homosexual acts. His supporters want the royals to do the same for thousands convicted under 'gross indecency' laws.
After apparent Al Shabaab mall threat, shoppers keep calm and carry on
Security is heightened at malls from Minnesota to Paris but officials see no sign of attack plans.