Cameron’s appointment as foreign secretary brings back to government a leader brought down by Britain’s decision to leave the European Union.
The "Harry Potter" author reacted to reports about proposed tweaks to U.K. hate-crime guidance in the wildest way possible.
The legal age people can buy cigarettes would rise by one year, every year.
Britain's beloved centuries-old Sycamore Gap Tree, also known as the Robin Hood Tree, was taken down with a chainsaw.
Police in Lincolnshire, England, told multiple outlets that a concerned onlooker incorrectly reported the crime "with good intentions."
Spain has won the Women’s World Cup for the first time with Olga Carmona’s first-half strike giving La Roja a 1-0 victory over England in the final at Stadium Australia.
A jury of seven women and four men deliberated for 22 days before reaching the verdict.
The actor famously appeared James Cameron’s Oscar-winning 1997 film.
Pesky birds stripped an orchard, days ahead of the public picking event at the Cotehele medieval property, managed by the National Trust in southwest England.
Eighty years later, English villagers are remembering a racist row between Black and white American soldiers.