Campaigners are challenging the plan, which would allow 55 liners to moor on the Thames every year.
The European Court of Human Rights has ruled the shooting of Jean Charles de Menezes was 'lawful'.
London's Saatchi Gallery is taking the most in depth look at the Rolling Stones in half a century.
The owner of Huntsman, one of London’s most celebrated bespoke tailors for men, has strengthened Savile Row.
The Islamic State militant group demolished artefacts for “idolatry” in Palmyra in 2015.
A man stabbed another in a metro station Saturday night, reportedly screaming 'this is for Syria.'
London’s Metropolitan Police reports Islamophobic attacks have more than tripled, two week after events in Paris.
A new report found TB incidence to be higher in some London boroughs than developing countries.
The London cleric is to go on trial early next year to face accusations of inviting support for ISIS.
Some see the plans for a glass-bottom pool as poor taste in the midst of London’s housing crisis.
The late designer's remarkable fashions are on display through August 2 in London.
People rushed to commute home early to avoid the 6.30pm deadline on Wednesday.
What if a Tunisia-type attack hit Europe's biggest city? Secret preparations have been years in the planning.