Expect the introduction of blue passports, a new 50p Brexit coin and the end of hearing about lengthy EU summits.
On the eve of one of the most significant events in EU history, the political eruptions have ceased and an uneasy quiet reigns.
Washington has repeatedly warned that the Beijing-based firm poses a security risk and any access to Britain’s 5G would put intelligence-sharing in jeopardy.
Homophobic Franco nostalgists are using the controversy over Catalonia’s 2017 independence vote to polarize what was once a beacon of tolerance in Europe.
China has put Wuhan, a city of 11 million people, on virtual lockdown.
The State Department said it will not extradite Anne Sacoolas to the U.K. because she is allegedly protected by "diplomatic immunity" in the death of Harry Dunn.
A primer for those of us who are baffled by some of the Britishisms on the hit ITV2 dating show on Hulu. ("Fanny flutters," anyone?)
Dignitaries from the U.S., Russia, France, and other nations are attending a forum this week at the Yad Vashem Holocaust memorial.
Health authorities fear the transmission rate will accelerate as hundreds of millions of Chinese travel for the Lunar New Year holidays.
Leslie Wiser founded Radical Family Farms to explore her own biracial identity. She wanted to provide a space to grow the Asian and German heritage vegetables that her grandparents missed when they moved to America. What she didn’t expect was that the farm would become a pillar of community for other Asian-Americans who had a similar longing in their lives.
“Your inaction is fueling the flames,” the teenage climate activist said at the World Economic Forum in Switzerland.
White House counsel Pat Cipollone and Trump attorney Jay Sekulow will lead the team.
Spain's second-largest city is becoming a model for sustainable urban planning.
The corporation felt obliged to warn people not to try and squeeze inside musical instrument cases after reports former Nissan Motor boss Carlos Ghosn fled Japan concealed inside in one.
Rafael Peretz, who previously defended "conversion" therapy, argued that identifying as LGBTQ was not "natural" or "healthy."
Britain, France and Germany say they’ve been “left with no choice, given Iran’s actions."
Vanessa Springora's “Consent” is also being hailed by child-protection activists as a possible watershed moment for France.
The tennis superstar bested Jessica Pegula at the Auckland Classic.
French Prime Minister Edouard Philippe offered to withdraw plans to raise the age for access to full pension benefits, hoping to end nationwide labor strikes.
Iran's belated admission of blame has squandered the national unity seen after Qassem Soleimani's assassination.