Falklands Islands News
Oct. 29, 182: Prince Charles on life as a royal
The Prince of Wales talks about his education and his biggest life challenges.
See Through the Eyes of Animatronic Penguins
Documentarians used robotic penguins, hooked up with cameras, to see the birds like never before.
FLASHBACK: Ronald Reagan Celebrates Royal Baby
Thirty-one years ago last month, in the White House backyard, an American president and British prime minister celebrated the arrival of a royal baby and heir to the throne, who is now a new father. "The Prime Minister has come to us at a particularly auspicious moment: the birth of an heir to the
U.S. – Latin American Relations: Paternalism to Partnership [Opinion]
U.S. – Latin American Relations: From Paternalism to Partnership [Opinion]
Margaret Thatcher's Death Irreverently Marked With 'Ding Dong' Song
Rising popularity of Wizard of Oz Song After the Former PM's Death Angers Many
Margaret Thatcher: Former British Prime Minister Dead
Known as "The Iron Lady," the 87-year-old political figure died after a stroke.
Margaret Thatcher's 7 Most Inspiring Quotes
Margaret Thatcher, Britain's "Iron Lady," who died today at 87, was a trailblazer. The first women to be the head of government of a Western democracy, her presence on the world stage sent a powerful message. But Thatcher was far from a prop on that stage. She was major player, talking as tough as
Margaret Thatcher: Britain's Most Polarizing PM
Margaret Thatcher may have been one of the most important global figures of the twentieth century, but in Great Britain today she is reviled by many who remember her controversial years in power. Twenty years after she left politics, Thatcher is still a very divisive...
Margaret Thatcher Remembered Around the World
Former British Prime Minister known as the "Iron Lady" died today at age 87.
The Falkland Islands Want to Be British Really Bad
There seems to be no one crying out for independence in the Falkland Islands, where local residents overwhelmingly voted to remain a British territory on Monday. Only 1,672 people were eligible to vote in this curious referendum in the Falklands, which have a permanent population of just three