President Trump says it's time to rebuild America, but his costly infrastructure plan and other political conflicts are distracting attention from his agenda.
British voters head to the polls Thursday to decide between the Conservative and Labour parties. But in light of recent terrorist attacks, this election has become more about the country's safety, and less about Brexit.
Romania faces a turning point: How will an eastern European state, traditionally influenced by the Catholic Orthodox Church, rule on the issue of gay rights?
Emerging profiles reveal more information about the attackers – two of whom were previously known by British authorities.
The attack, the third in Britain in three months involving suspects who had been on the radar of British authorities, raises questions over the government's ability to protect British citizens. Cuts to the police force in recent years adds new urgency to Thursday's election.
Restaurants and homes throughout the Borough neighborhood of London opened their doors to strangers Saturday night during a terrorist attack that left seven dead and many injured.
After Saturday's terrorist attack that began on the London Bridge left seven people dead, Londoners cautiously return to daily life as Thursday's general election nears.
The polling company YouGov predicts that Prime Minister Theresa May could lose 20 seats in Parliament, a far cry from the landslide victory predicted for her party a month ago.
Rooms of memorabilia from their youth help many seniors remember the past and engage with their environment in the present.
The nation remains on high alert ahead of the election next month.
Alexei Navalny is barred from television, but his videos online have earned him millions of views.
So far, there are eight suspects detained by authorities for connections to the suicide bomber Salman Abedi.
Three more suspects have been arrested connected to the suicide bombing, which took place at an Ariana Grande concert.