These Leaked Documents Could Spell The End Of EU-US Trade Deal

Daily Caller News Foundation | Guy Bentley
Representatives of the USA and the EU shake hands
TTIP could be in ruins

Bolton: Forget Obama, UK Should Go For Brexit And Independence

Daily Caller News Foundation | Guy Bentley
U.S. President Barack Obama reacts to question while speaking in the White House briefing room in Washington
Obama should steer clear of UK Brexit debate

Watch: British Conservative Calls Ex-Prime Minister A W***** On Parliamant Floor, Follows Up With Crude Hand Gesture

Daily Caller News Foundation | Guy Bentley
(FILES) This file picture taken 13 Decem
British MEP throws rude hand gesture at Brussels politician

Freedom Ranks: Best Countries In Europe To Eat, Drink, Smoke And Vape

Daily Caller News Foundation | Guy Bentley
File photo of a visitor reaching for of the one of the first mugs of beer after the tapping of the first barrel during the opening ceremony for the 180th Munich Oktoberfest
Central Europe is the place to be for consumer freedom

Brexit: 'UK Should Never Have Joined' The EU, Says Rand Paul

Daily Caller News Foundation | Guy Bentley
Rand Paul Campaigns In Iowa

Obama will visit the UK next month

Petraeus Warns Brexit Will Endanger The West

Daily Caller News Foundation | Guy Bentley
General Petraeus Attends A Meeting With Prime Minister David Cameron At Downing Street

‘The EU needs to be drawing together – not pulling apart’

What's In A Name? Ask Macedonia.

Opinion | Bill Cowan
Migrants sit around fire at a makeshift camp on the Greek-Macedonian border near the village of Idomeni

There are few issues more important to American interests than holding the line against ISIS penetration of the West.

'Brexit: The Movie' Argues The UK Should Leave The EU

Daily Caller News Foundation | Guy Bentley
Conservative MP, Philip Hollobone, addresses the audience during the launch of the "Grassroots Out", a new cross-party group that will campaign for the UK to leave the European Union, in the Kettering Conference Centre in Kettering, north of London, on January 23, 2016. An in-or-out referendum on Britain's membership of the bloc will be held by the end of 2017, with British Prime Minister David Cameron hoping to strike a deal on renegotiating Britain's ties, before campaigning to stay in the union. AFP PHOTO / LEON NEAL / AFP / LEON NEAL (Photo credit should read LEON NEAL/AFP/Getty Images)

Will this movie sway the UK public?

How Far Will Spain Go To Keep Catalonia In The Fold?

Opinion | Leopold Traugott
Catalan pro-independence supporters hold a giant Catalan separatist flag during a demonstration called "Via Lliure a la Republica Catalana" on Catalunya's National Day in Barcelona, Spain

If the yes campaign fails to win a majority, Catalonia will continue its protracted struggle with Madrid.

Denmark Says No: Will Not Take Any More Middle Eastern Refugees

World | Derek Hunter
Syrian refugees pack the stands inside the national stadium on the Greek island of Kos

Will exercise exemption from EU refugee rules

The LEGO-Doctrine Prevails In EU Court

Business | Simon Jønler
Legos.

Toys win in court

Accelerating the de-Americanization of the Internet

Opinion | Scott Cleland
Fadi Chehade, president and CEO of ICANN, attends a meeting with Brazil's President Rousseff in Brasilia

The Internet’s moorings are detaching from America.

Google rivals asked if concessions go far enough in antitrust inquiry

| Reuters
Google

Google is seeking to end a three-year old investigation by the European Commission

Britain starts paying cash to help industry with EU CO2 costs

| Reuters
Steam billows from cooling towers at the Radcliffe Power Station

The cash is part of a total government allocation of 250 million pounds for the next two years to help companies pay for indirect costs relating to carbon policies

Google has nothing to fear from new EU data law

US | Reuters
Germany Economy.JPEG

Google, Facebook and other U.S. technology companies have been given a wake-up call with moves by Europe to impose stricter rules on data protection

Implications of EU ruling Google abused its search dominance

Opinion | Scott Cleland
A Google logo is seen at the entrance to the company's offices in Toronto

Under U.S. antitrust precedent Google’s systematic search tying behavior to Google-owned content is not necessarily viewed as anti-competitive.

A culture of freedom: the first casualty of the U.S.-EU trade deal

Opinion | Iain Murray and Alex McHugh
US EU Trade Talks.JPEG

Why bother with a U.S.-EU trade deal if it’s rushed through riddled with exceptions?

Europe falling behind in broadband

Opinion | Zack Christenson
Belgium EU Budget

The European telecom companies are having a very rough go of it, with the harsh regulatory climate making them much less valuable.

Why Europe is falling behind America on broadband

Opinion | Scott Cleland
Broadband Stimulus

The EU’s broadband industrial policy depends on government funding to succeed.

EU sides with Microsoft over 'Do Not Track' - CW

Tech | Josh Peterson
EU Microsoft

Do Not Track is a browser feature that signals whether a user wants online advertisers and websites to track his or her movements.