Days after the attack on Pearl Harbor, Britain's prime minister appeared before Congress to deliver the most important address of his wartime career.
The Fox news host likened President Donald Trump to the former leaders, praising his actions amid the pandemic.
"They got the Churchill statue so cladded up that it was better protected than the Black, Asian, ethnic minorities who had died from COVID-19," said Dr. Shola Mos-Shogbamimu.
The search engine apologized for the error and insists it was "not purposeful."
Though Brits may not uniformly appreciate his style, Donald Trump is a strong devotee of the "Special Relationship."
The prime minister said Winston Churchill was a hero and that it was "absurd and shameful that this national monument should today be at risk of attack by violent protestors".
Newsweek spoke to disability rights activist Adam Pearson about how the disturbing theory still affects us today.
Sir Nicholas Soames, a former defense minister and 36-year veteran of the House of Commons, was among 21 lawmakers expelled from the Conservative Party over Brexit.
Tim Paine's attempts at fighting talk ahead of the upcoming Test series against England fell flat when he misquoted Britain's former Prime Minister.
"That was so out of the can," said Trump of the exchange.
"Despite being born with a silver spoon in my mouth I have never had a s***t on a golden toilet, so I look forward to it," said Edward Spencer-Churchill.
"Churchill slept late, worked late, took a nap every afternoon," Gingrich tweeted in defense of Trump.
Mike Huckabee earned a swift backlash for his comparison of Donald Trump to British wartime hero Winston Churchill.
The British empire was responsible for the deaths, torture and enslavement of millions of people.
The art of the political insult has a long history.
The ultra-cool dwarf star TRAPPIST-1 has seven roughly Earth-sized planets orbiting it, with three in the star's "habitable zone."
Rediscovered Winston Churchill essay is the first of three recently unearthed pieces on science he penned but never published.
England and Wales' new £5 note with Sir Winston Churchill on the back is an eco-friendly alternative to traditional paper-cotton notes.
The occasion will be marked with a healthy dose of British understatement.
Russian-backed artillery bombardment of Sartana, Ukraine, spurs the mayor to visit the library for inspiration.