As U.K. Prime Minister Theresa May announces her resignation as Conservative leader shortly before President Donald Trump's state visit, Boris Johnson and Nigel Farage are set to gain.
Twitter has banned relentless anti-Trump posters Ed and Brian Krassenstein from its social media platform.
As India's prime minister strengthens his grip on power, Newsweek looks at his similarities with President Donald Trump.
The former foreign secretary is the favorite to replace Prime Minister Theresa May, whose leadership has been all but undone over Brexit.
Former Secretary of State Rex Tillerson reportedly told a House committee that Jared Kushner's unorthodox approach to diplomacy made it hard to understand what he was doing with world leaders, and he was at risk of being outmaneuvered.
Renaud Camus said he could no longer stand alongside a fellow European elections candidate who prayed in front of a swastika in what she said was a joke after a night out.
Nigel Farage, leader of the Brexit Party, was the victim of a milkshake attack by a protester. There is a trend in Britain of throwing milkshakes at right-wing figureheads.
Fox News host Tucker Carlson called the $150 billion in remittances sent overseas by America's foreign-born workers a disaster.
Matteo Salvini, Italy's far-right deputy prime minister, decried the "bestiality" of the arson suspect, a minor from Morocco, in incendiary Facebook posts.
The New York representative wrote on Instagram that Congress members are often on the brink of tears over the pressure of their work.
President Donald Trump questioned the Fox News coverage of the Democratic Party's 2020 candidates during a rally in Montoursville, Pennsylvania.
Nigel Farage flew several times to the U.S. to meet with Donald Trump and other Republicans in trips reportedly funded by the pro-Brexit campaign donor Arron Banks.
Jack Renshaw bought a 19-inch replica Roman sword and searched Google for "how long to die after jugular cut" before a fellow neo-Nazi outed his plan.
Prime Minister Modi, a Hindu nationalist, was called out for lying by opposition leader Rahul Gandhi.
The president has reportedly taken on the finer details of the border wall because he sees himself as a builder, said a former Homeland Security official who worked on the border barrier prototypes.
The nationalists Lega Nord, led by Steve Bannon ally Matteo Salvini, were criticized by Luigi Di Maio, leader of their populist coalition partner the Five Star Movement.
Graham told Fox News host Sean Hannity Democrats in Congress "are going nuts" after the Mueller report.
French far-right leader Marine Le Pen said she thought the "OK" sign was a "trivial gesture" when posing with a white ethnonationalist.
President Donald Trump pardons his friend and supporter Lord Conrad Black, who was convicted of fraud and obstruction of justice.
Kendrick Castillo, 18, who rushed at the shooter at Colorado's STEM School Highlands Ranch, saving the lives of other students, will be honored with the procession before his memorial service.
President Donald Trump's lawyer Rudy Giuliani attacked the record of New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio as he clashed with Eric Trump over emissions fines.
Austin, Texas, Mayor Steve Adler plans to attend an Iftar dinner with U.S. Representative Ilhan Omar, defying a call from a top Texas official that he stay home because of accusations of anti-Semitism against Omar.
Ex-Director of National Intelligence James Clapper responds to plan for deploying 120,000 more troops to the Middle East if Iran attacks U.S. forces or accelerates its nuclear program.
Research shows that U.S. consumers and businesses, not China, ultimately bear the true cost of the president's trade war.
Cruise ship passengers aboard the Marella Explorer 2 reported feeling unwell during their vacation in the Mediterranean Sea.
An armed man ran into a mosque in London and fired a blank round before Ramadan worshipers chased him out. Police said they did not consider the incident terrorism-related.
A child defecting from North Korea to meet her parents, who had already escaped Kim Jong Un's regime, was equipped with a GPS tracking device.
President Donald Trump raised the tariff on $200 billion of imports from China amid frustrated trade talks between Washington and Beijing.
President Donald Trump appeared to criticize South Korea during a Florida rally shortly before North Korea launched two more missiles.