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.
Momentum toward another vote is growing while Theresa May moves ahead with Brexit plans.
Prime Minister Theresa May will be happy, Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn should be less so.
Britain's premier center-left party, Labour is in steep decline, hovering around 25 percent support in opinion polls. Can it claw back support in the post-Brexit world?
U.K. prime minister needs the support of her entire party to approve her strategy without change.
The government could introduce legislation to enable them to trigger article 50 as early as Thursday.
Critics of the traditionally laissez faire attitude call for a more active role for government and the population in creating a cohesive society.
It risks undermining his position with the people who elected him as leader.
Nigel Farage's successor is an outspoken politician with his eye on Labour voters. But first he must unite his party.
The government's hard Brexiters may get a shock if the Liberal Democrats win.
Post-conference bounce comes despite media furore over immigration policy.
The embattled opposition leader wins more votes after replacement push than he received when first elected.
Declining donations reflect a dissatisfaction with the embattled Labour leader, who faces a leadership challenge.
Smith said NHS spending on the private sector has doubled to £8.7 billion during Conservative power.
The atmosphere in Gateshead was so tense, the lights went out—plunging the audience into darkness.
Nigel Farage's old party has a remarkable talent for setting itself on fire.
The leader of the Women's Equality Party explains why misogyny in Britain's opposition party is now endemic.
In the last leadership election, Jeremy Corbyn took over 80 percent of the vote among registered supporters.
YouGov survey suggests backing for the left-winger among Labour members is only increasing.