Voters love the eccentric Boris Johnson but is he just a bit too "happy-go lucky" to be Prime Minister
People are celebrating across the globe
Anis Abid Sardar allegedly made bombs in Syria that were used against U.S. troops in Baghdad in 2007
Romeo's run was in support of UNAIDS and the 7 Fund
The posters are set to be taken down this week
It’s called a fatberg and it’s terrifying
And the neighbors are seeing red. Lots of it
No, this is not a movie plot
Steamed chicken with dandelion and parsley quinoa, anyone?
Hundreds evacuated while experts work to defuse the explosive
Maybe now the Queen of England will finally sit in it?
A new safety initiative being tested in the U.K.
And the verdict is...
Scientists hope thousands of skeletons recently found in a Bedlam can reveal new information about the bubonic plague
London shop Angels the Costumiers has been supplying costumes to award-winning films for decades
The department has seen an increase in the number of these incidents since the best-selling trilogy became popular
All men must dine
LONDON—Reporters were told to expect brief remarks for the press from New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie Tuesday when he emerged from meeting with British Chancellor...
Gallery planned for Olympic park would be institute's first international location
The choice of city is seen as a snub to Paris