The pieces were obtained by King Louis IX after the sacking of Constantinople.
But 49 percent of French people do believe that the government is “ready to make unpopular decisions if they are good for the country.”
Juncker described Washington’s latest saga, the swift hiring and firing of Anthony Scaramucci, as "stunning."
If confirmed, the reassurance will bring an end to months of hostility between Sessions and the White House.
Philip met Royal Marines at Buckingham Palace after they took part in tests of strength and endurance to raise funds for charity.
Richard Attias, co-founder of the Global Positive Forum, says people think Macron “is a doer and he will be a game changer. And they don’t expect that from [the] United States of America.”
The gap may help explain the ongoing clash between President Trump and German Chancellor Angela Merkel over climate policy.
While the moment will bring welcome respite to Philip, it will mean extra work for the younger royals
Demographic changes could pose particular problems for the Republican Party.
U.K. has a lower rate of breastfeeding than the U.S.
EU business and political leaders fear sanctions could hurt the construction of a Russia-Germany natural gas pipeline.
The tapes of Diana discussing her failed marriage to Prince Charles were recorded by a speech therapist.
Comments followed violent protests in London over the deaths of two black men apprehended by police.
The prince said that Britain and Belgium 'stand together... in remembrance of that sacrifice.'
Findings raise questions over how the phenomenon of near-death experience is defined.
“Integration” implies a two-way process, whereas “assimilation” is one-way.
U.K. Defense Secretarys aid it was reasonable to revisit U.K. defense strategy in the light of the process of leaving the European Union
In the U.S., farmers wash their poultry with chlorine. In Europe, they don’t do that.
The youngest Trump child’s closest known connection with Russia thus far is a shared penchant for caviar—albeit in expensive moisturizer form.
'For the first time in our history, we are turning to you, our readership, for help,' the site said in a statement.
Station said scientist and atheist commentator had "offended and hurt so many people."
“It’s our planet too, and America needs to know we can only resolve this problem together,” the U.K.’s environment minister says.