Leaders gathered in Brussels embraced Johnson’s sweeping mandate to get Brexit done.
Labour had its worst showing since World War II.
"In Britain, you can have a strong single-party government that represents only a minority of [voters]," one researcher said.
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Controversies surrounding an old laureate and a new one cast the prestigious prize in shadow.
Johnson won Uxbridge and South Ruislip with a relatively small margin last time.
Although dogs clearly won a solid majority Thursday, there was an unexpected turnout of other animals.
Johnson is now positioned to deliver on Brexit by the end of next month.
The world has yet to address the fact that poorer countries suffer the most from the richer ones’ emissions.
The message speaks to voter exhaustion while avoiding messy details.
If Boris Johnson's Conservatives win a solid parliamentary majority, they will plow ahead with a January withdrawal from the E.U.
The government’s effort to overhaul the byzantine system has run into massive public opposition.
Norway and Sweden are among the few countries, apart from the United States, that have produced comprehensive reports on their involvement in the war in Afghanistan.
Forty-seven percent of British Jews say they will consider leaving the country if Jeremy Corbyn is elected prime minister.
The country is accused of carrying out a scorched-earth campaign of atrocities against the Rohingya Muslim minority.
“How do you respond to the fact that basically nothing is being done about this without feeling the slightest bit of anger?” the 16-year-old asked world leaders in Spain.
“I’ll be with you in a second,” Johnson promised before turning his back on the crowd and walking directly into an oversized refrigerator.
Posing with fish, the prime minister tries to lure voters.
As UNESCO meets this week to discuss its world heritage listings, here's a look back at some other past controversies.
The 42-year-old gunman shot people at close range with what police said was an illegal 9mm handgun.
U.S. presidents tend to retire from politics after their terms end, but former British prime ministers can linger.