Britain's monarchy is bracing for more bombshells as Netflix releases the first episodes of a series promising to tell more about Prince Harry and Meghan's estrangement from the royal family.
Liz Truss is just the latest Prime Minister to be tripped up trying to tackle productivity.
People across India are celebrating Rishi Sunak, who has embraced his Indian and Hindu heritage, becoming the newest British prime minister.
A popular former chancellor of the exchequer under Boris Johnson's premiership, Sunak will be the first nonwhite to take the top job and the youngest prime minister in more than 200 years.
Truss beats George Canning, who was prime minister for 119 days in 1827.
After a bruising first six weeks in office, the prime minister replaced her finance chief with former leadership rival Jeremy Hunt. But she still faces a barrage of criticism.
The British pound sank to $1.03, before stabilizing slightly, as traders and investors react negatively to new government plans to cut taxes for highest earners and businesses and boosting borrowing.
There are tributes worldwide to Queen Elizabeth II — from the Empire State Building to the British Embassy in Tokyo — for the United Kingdom's longest-reigning monarch.
Queen Elizabeth II was Britain's first monarch to be placed on the country's paper notes. There is no word yet on what new bank notes will look like, but there's a longstanding tradition for coins.
The queen served as the United Kingdom's monarch since 1952. Her reign spanned a remarkable arc in British history and was defined by duty to country — and considerable family pain.
For the first time in British history, none of the four most senior Cabinet posts — prime minister, chancellor of the exchequer, foreign secretary and home secretary — are taken up by a white male.
The search is on for the next Conservative Party leader — and ultimately a new prime minister. This is a look at several potential candidates for the job.
Britain's prime minister steps down after several top officials quit his government, saying they couldn't serve under his scandal-tarred leadership.
A Tuesday flight was canceled after the European Court of Human Rights, which said the British plan had a chance of causing "irreversible harm."
The Monday hearing comes as reports emerge of Prince Charles being critical of the government's plan to deport migrants to Rwanda for processing asylum requests.