Larry the Cat, a four-year-old tabby tasked with ridding the British Prime Minister's residence of rats, is settling into his new job.
Like Michelle Obama herself, this book is more substantive than you might think.
British Prime Minister David Cameron's spokesman, Andy Coulson, resigned today amid growing controversy over his role in a phone hacking scandal while he was a British tabloid editor.
In a January 2008 meeting with Chinese businessmen, billionaire Sir Richard Branson agreed 'that British entrepreneurs are overeducated and that schooling does not prepare one for entering the business world.'
Word of the year: Austerity, the 14th century noun defined as "the quality or state of being austere" and "enforced or extreme economy," set off enough searches that Merriam-Webster named it as its Word of the Year for 2010, the dictionary's editors announced Monday.
Americans weren't the only ones watching the midterm election returns Tuesday night as Republicans took back the US House of Representatives and Democrats clung to a slight majority in the Senate. We take a look at a few examples of media coverage (and in some cases, a lack of media coverage) beyond the US.
Nick Clegg, Britain's Deputy Prime Minister and leader of the Liberal Democrats, has railed against people who 'avoid or evade' taxes. Those are very different, but a flat tax will eliminate both.
Pope terror plot allegedly involved five street cleaners who were picked up by police before dawn Friday in London. A sixth individual, implicated by authorities in the pope terror plot, was arrested later in the day.
Former U.K. Chancellor Gordon Brown spent tax dollars on education, health, and public services. Is that an 'investment'?