U.K. Prime Minister Theresa May said the defeat of her draft agreement with the EU could spell the end of Brexit.
Britain's Labour Party suspended councillor Damien Enticott after a Facebook post emerged in which he suggested "Jews are parasites" that "drink blood" and perform sexual acts on children.
Pauline Hanson had already booked a European cruise before the senate seat was vacated, so she sent 50 cardboard doppelgängers out on the campaign trail.
North Korea is high up the list, as are Turkmenistan, Venezuela and Ethiopia. But the winner is . . .
To avoid turning the conservative brand toxic, they should abandon nostalgia-driven nationalism.
Prime minister retains most of her ministers and appoints party rival Michael Gove to agriculture post.
Like Bernie Sanders, Jeremy Corbyn has fought off critics who said he couldn't attract widespread appeal.
No party gained an outright majority so there will need to be a deal before the prime minister is confirmed.
Brits say they now regret voting to leave European Union
One man has been arrested and two are missing according to China Labor Watch.
Leader of the centrist Liberal Democrats on what his religion teaches him about politics and how his party plans to recover from 2015's electoral collapse.
The Tory Party's manifesto heightens the chance of drawn out negotiations and the hardest of Brexits.
The prime minister and the leader of the opposition refused to join TV debates, making the election result seem more of a foregone conclusion than ever.
The Conservative Party hopes to do more than simply win the election. It hopes to ruin the Labour Party's future prospects too.
Weak Corbyn and the ineffectual Gandhis guarantee the success of "strong" leaders.
Tony Kim is the third American being detained in North Korea.
Despite previously saying she would not call a snap election, May has multiple reasons to send British voters to the polls on June 8.
It's not about leaning right or demonizing Jeremy Corbyn—few at the top of the party understand their core voters.