The Guardian may be investigated on criminal charges
Major US news organizations wrote in support of the Guardian, saying its prosecution would have a 'chilling impact.'
London Mayor Boris Johnson fails live IQ test
Boris Johnson admitted, 'No one said IQ is the only measure of ability,' after failing to answer questions presented in the format of an IQ test.
UK's Cameron emphasizes business on China visit
'No country in Europe is more open to Chinese investment than the United Kingdom,' said British Prime Minister Cameron.
Death toll rises to nine in Scotland helicopter crash
Officers continue to sift through the wreckage at the site where a police helicopter crashed into the roof of a packed pub.
The UK appears to give in to China on issue of Dalai Lama visit
David Cameron was expected to travel to China last autumn, but didn't go after a visit from the Dalai Lama, with Beijing saying the UK must 'correct the error.'
At least 8 dead in police helicopter crash onto Glasgow pub roof (VIDEO)
A police helicopter slammed into the roof of a pub in Glasgow, Scotland on Friday night, killing at least eight people and injuring more than two dozen others.
Trial begins in brutal killing of UK soldier Lee Rigby
The trial began Friday for two Muslim converts accused of trying to decapitate UK soldier Lee Rigby in broad daylight on a London street earlier this year.
Britain's Cameron defends plans to restrict benefits, movement of EU migrants
British Prime Minister David Cameron said the tighter controls were aimed at all EU migrants, not just Romanians and Bulgarians.
Three wolves shot after escaping from UK zoo
Timber wolves that escaped from a zoo in Essex were shot and killed by authorities after an eight-hour search.
Here's what will change if Scotland votes for independence
The Queen would remain, for one. You can leave the Kingdom, but you can't leave the Commonwealth.
100 days before Paralympics in Sochi, barriers remain for disabled athletes
Commentary: Despite promises, the Russian government has much to do to make the city accessible.
London slaves: Suspects ran a Maoist collective in the 1970s
A couple accused of keeping three women captive for 30 years were known to police as leftist revolutionary activists.
Harvard clinches six of 32 US Rhodes Scholarships to Oxford
Yale and Stanford Universities both clinched three each of the award, considered one of the world's most prestigious academic honors.
UK sends more aid to the Philippines
Six more aid flights from the UK to the Philippines will be sent next week, upping the total of aid to the equivalent of $89 million.
May the force (and an agent) be with you
Casting call for next Star Wars film draws thousands of hopefuls.
10 most expensive streets in the world
You may not be able to afford to live there. You may not even want to. But the world's most exclusive streets beckon nonetheless.
London slaves: Victims suffered brainwashing and emotional abuse
"What we have uncovered so far is a complicated and disturbing picture of emotional control over many years."
Disgraced bank chief Paul Flowers arrested by police
Paul Flowers, a 63-year-old Methodist minister, was filmed allegedly talking about buying crystal meth, crack cocaine and ketamine.
Three women rescued in London after 30 years of 'slavery'
British police have arrested two people on suspicion of holding three women captive for several decades — one of them her entire life.
US, UK secret deal gives NSA private data of Britons
The agreement struck during the waning days of the Blair government allegedly allowed the NSA to store and analyze the phone, email and internet records.
And now for something completely different
British comedy troupe Monty Python will reunite for the first time in decades.
London police rescue three women held captive for 30 years
Scotland Yard police headquarters said the victims were a 69-year-old Malaysian, a 57-year-old Irish woman and a 30-year-old Briton.
Northern Ireland attorney general calls for end to Troubles prosecutions
Northern Ireland's attorney general John Larkin says there should be an end to prosecutions of Troubles-related killings, sparking outrage from relatives of victims.
Church of England votes 'yes' to women bishops
Last year, the church rejected legislation to introduce female bishops by just six votes.
Paul Flowers, former UK bank chief and political adviser, caught on film buying drugs (VIDEO)
Evidence of Paul Flowers’ drug use has thrown the UK’s politics, business into turmoil.
'Selfie' declared word of the year 2013 by Oxford Dictionaries
Previous winners have included 'unfriend,' 'credit crunch' and 'carbon footprint.'
Green phlegm and snot don't always require antibiotics, UK doctors say
UK doctors are urging people to use natural remedies or over-the-counter medicines instead of antibiotics to treat coughs and runny noses.
British far right rallies around murdered soldier
The trial of two men accused of killing Lee Rigby is drawing warring right-wing factions.
14 unbelievably racist things European (and Canadian) politicians are saying about the Roma
Anti-Roma hate speech in Europe (and elsewhere) is nothing new. But somehow, it's always worse than you expect.
Thatcher in Cameron’s clothing
Critics say PM’s lecture to ‘do more with less’ unveils a radical conservative agenda.
Princess Anne suggests the British may need to eat horses to save horses
Princess Anne has sparked a debate by suggesting that the British should consider eating horsemeat.