Theresa May Formally Triggers Brexit

World | Jacob Bojesson
British Prime Minister Theresa May in the cabinet office signs the official letter to European Council President Donald Tusk invoking Article 50 and the United Kingdom's intention to leave the EU on March 28, 2017 in London, England. After holding a referendum in June 2016 the United Kingdom voted to leave the European Union, the signing of Article 50 now officially triggers that process. REUTERS/Christopher Furlong/Pool

‘The moment for the country to come together’

London's Westminster Terrorist Received Government Welfare Before Engaging In His Attack

National Security | Russ Read

Terrorists using welfare to perpetrate their attacks is a common theme

London's Westminster Terrorist Was A Known Wolf

World | Russ Read

He was once investigated by British intelligence

London Police Say Motive For ISIS-Claimed Attack Is Unknown

World | Jacob Bojesson
Floral tributes are seen in Parliament Square, following the attack in Westminster earlier in the week, in London, Britain March 25, 2017. REUTERS/Peter Nicholls

‘That understanding may have died with him’

Smokers Are Trading In Cigarettes For Vapes At Astounding Rate In UK

World | Steve Birr
A vaper exhales a puff. Copyright: Rommel Canlas/Shutterstock.com

‘Struggling with addiction’

Here's Why London Refuses To Arm Its Police Force Despite Terror Threat

World | Jacob Bojesson
Police officers salute during a minute's silence outside New Scotland Yard. REUTERS/Neil Hall

‘A far healthier relationship with the people we police’

Utah Man Killed In London Westminster Terror Attack

National Security | Russ Read

Kurt Cochran, a Utah native, was one of three victims of the ISIS-linked terrorist

UK Starts Drilling First Fracking Wells

Energy | Andrew Follett
Oil pump on background of flag of United Kingdom (Shutterstock.com/Anton Watman)

UK is one of the few countries in Europe to allow fracking

Eight People Arrested After London Attack

World | Jacob Bojesson
Police officers salute during a minute's silence outside New Scotland Yard. REUTERS/Neil Hall

‘Inspired by international terrorism’

Four Dead, 20 Injured In Westminster Terrorist Attack

World | Russ Read
A woman ducks under a police tape after an incident on Westminster Bridge in London. REUTERS/Toby Melville

‘As you know we declared this as a terrorist incident’

Scientists Changing Standards So Black Kids Seem Less Obese

Energy | Andrew Follett
obese fat boy holding blackboard on gray background (Shutterstock/kwanchai.c)

Diversity standards just expanded … literally

The White House Has Responded To Terror Attack In London -- Here's What They Said

Politics | Christian Datoc

‘Bringing those to justice who are responsible…’

Law Enforcement Abroad Launches Remote-Controlled Police Force

World | Eric Lieberman
A quad-copter drone equipped with a digital camera. [Shutterstock - Dmitry Kalinovsky]

‘Not whether they will, it’s when’

REPORT: White House Issues Formal Apology To UK. Find Out Why

Politics | Christian Datoc
Sean Spicer (Getty Images)

‘Made clear…’

Queen Gives Royal Assent To Finally Trigger Brexit

World | Jacob Bojesson
Britain's Queen Elizabeth arrives to officially open the National Cyber Security Centre in London, Britain, February 14, 2017. REUTERS/Hannah McKay

‘A defining moment for our whole country’

UK One Step Closer To Brexit After Members Of Parliament Approve Bill

World | Russ Read
UK EU referendum concept with flags and BREXIT message (Shutterstock/Lucian Milasa)

The bill now requires approval from the House of Lords before Brexit can be triggered

UK Wasted $2.4 Billion In Overseas Global Warming Aid In 5th Scandal This Year

Energy | Andrew Follett
Woman setting American one dollar bill on fire (Shutterstock/Alan Bailey)

‘Money would be better spent on our humanitarian response with proven results’

UK's Boris Johnson Says Russia's Been Up To 'All Sorts Of Dirty Tricks'

World | Eric Lieberman
Russia's President Vladimir Putin holds a glass during a ceremony of receiving diplomatic credentials from foreign ambassadors at the Kremlin in Moscow, Russia, November 9, 2016. REUTERS/Sergei Karpukhin

‘Russians are capable of doing that’