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British PM David Cameron Announces He Will Resign, Says UK Needs 'Fresh Leadership'
British Prime Minister David Cameron announced this morning that he will step down as prime minister in the fall, saying the country needs "fresh leadership." His announcement follows U.K. voters' historic decision by referendum to leave the European Union . He said he will continue as prime
The Perils of the Political Foreign Trip
At the end of an eventful week on the campaign trail, presumptive Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump is leaving today for a trip to Scotland to attend the grand re-opening of his Trump Turnberry resort and golf course. As a politician who unapologetically speaks his mind and already has
Social Media Monarch: Queen Elizabeth Tweets Birthday Thanks
Queen Elizabeth II has sent a tweet for only the second time to thank people who offered her 90th birthday messages on social media
Prince William Celebrates 34th Birthday
Prince William will spend his 34th birthday privately today with Princess Kate, Prince George and Princess Charlotte in the U.K. after traveling home from France The second-in-line to the British throne attended Monday afternoon's England vs. Slovakia soccer match in Saint-Étienne, France. William
Harry Potter's a Must on London Trip With Teen as Consultant
Every summer, our family vacations somewhere different. We've done theme parks, a classic road trip and the Caribbean. This year, with our son hitting his teens, we went international with 10 days in London. The planning was a team effort: My wife was in charge of the budget and activities
ARCHIVAL VIDEO: Prince William's First 18 Months
And. Buckingham Palace has let it be known that the prince and princess of whales my parents and weighs seven pounds one and a quarter pounds. Crowds outside wild financial. And one week after the birth of the baby prince Buckingham Palace today announced his name is William. Back again morning
Hundreds Gather at London Vigil for Slain British Politician Jo Cox
Hundreds gathered in Parliament Square in London for a vigil for slain British politician Jo Cox, where speakers urged mourners to "unite against the hate that killed her." The slaying of Cox has brought an abrupt halt to the campaign for next week's referendum on the U.K.'s membership in the
Prince William Scolded by 'The Boss,' Queen Elizabeth II
There's a reason why Queen Elizabeth II is affectionately known as "the boss." Prince William, second-in-line to the British throne, was reminded who is in charge by his grandmother, Queen Elizabeth II. The incident occurred at last weekend's Trooping the Colour while William was bending down on
Prince William 'Appalled' by Cyberbullying
Fearing his children could be targets one day, the prince made an impassioned plea for action against bullying online.
British Lawmaker Killed in Brutal Attack
Rising political star Jo Cox, 41, was fatally shot and stabbed in West Yorkshire on Thursday.