Prime Minister Theresa May said “there can be no turning back” after delivery of a letter to start the long process of separation.
Herlinde Koelbl aims to show how power changes politicians' personalities.
Israeli and West Bank forces are targeting the illegal, unsafe vehicles that are increasingly being used in terrorist attacks in the territory.
He served 26 years in prison for his political activism and was a friend of Nelson Mandela.
Could nationalism kill the international fight against climate change?
A new report shows the price of ivory in China is plummeting as the government closes down factories.
Google has been long in talks with the Chinese government about re-entering the market here, but this represents a tiny step.
Three bodies, including those of a male and female Caucasian, were found in Congo’s Central Kasai province.
The vote sets the stage for a clash between the British prime minister and the first minister of Scotland.
In painful divorce negotiations, the E.U. has incentives to take a tough line.
The escalation comes as ground forces close in on the Islamic State’s strongholds of Mosul and Raqqa.
The meeting comes amid frustration in the divided Arab world at leaders’ inability to resolve multiple regional crises.
"Why did the Royal Canadian Mint make the world's purest and largest gold bullion coin? Because we can."
After a young woman was bludgeoned and set alight two years ago, there were trials, protests, a monument. But then people moved on.
Spike in casualty allegations has prompted scrutiny of strikes against the Islamic State.
So far, the Philippine leader has won investment and aid from China, Japan and the U.S.
Russian authorities now face a test over how hard to crack down on dissent.
The prosecution said it was concerned that Park Geun-hye might destroy evidence.
Khalid Masood killed four people in an 82-second rampage outside Britain’s Parliament.
Egypt’s famed pyramids at Giza have a newcomer in their midst: the largest on-site antiquities laboratory meant to restore the location’s second pharaonic boat.
The Latest on the Arab summit being held in Jordan (all times local):
The U.S. ambassador to Russia says that Secretary of State Rex Tillerson is counting on meeting Russian President Vladimir Putin during an upcoming visit to Moscow.
Police officers, Muslim youths and hundreds of others linked hands Wednesday on Westminster Bridge to honor the four people who died in a terrorist attack that started on the span a week earlier.
Residents of the northern Syrian city of Raqqa live in terror, trapped as a massive human shield in the Islamic State’s de facto capital ahead of the final battle with U.S.-backed opposition forces for the militant group’s last major urban stronghold.
U.S. stock indexes edged mostly lower in early trading Wednesday, with utilities declining the most. Real estate and financial stocks also fell. Banks were also down as bond yields fell. Consumer goods companies were the biggest gainers. Investors had their eye on the latest company earnings and outlooks. Oil prices headed higher.