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Why Americans Should Care About Domestic, Foreign Implications of British Elections
"It is in America’s interest to have a stable United Kingdom,” Nile Gardiner, an aide to former British Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher , wrote in a column last week describing why Americans should care about today’s elections in the world’s fifth largest economy. Analysts across the political
British Prime Minister David Cameron Caught Eating a Hot Dog with a Knife and Fork
On the campaign trail, British Prime Minister David Cameron was invited Monday to a family Easter barbecue in Poole, a coastal town in southern England. Journalists and photographers attending the event expected to report on Cameron’s talk about tax and pensions with the Docherty family, but
5 Things That May Happen if Scotland Votes for Independence
Scotland appears on the edge of what may be a very close vote that could lead to its independence from England. Though the vote itself won’t take place for another week, British politicians are so concerned, members from opposing parties have cleared their schedules and headed north in an effort to
Scotland to Vote on Independence from the UK
The new plan would allow Scotland to tax and spend more on the NHS and Welfare.
Reporters Question White House on Syria
This is a special report from ABC news. It's digital special report we're taking of the White House. Where Josh RS special assistant to the president is regardless orders likely. To be asked questions about the intense buildup to Syria so let's listen in this this call assuming that we have.
Heated Debate Erupts In British Parliament Over Syria
Prime Minister David Cameron faces off with Labor Party members opposed to military action in Syria.
Kate Middleton Gives Birth to Royal Baby Boy
Prince William and Duchess of Cambridge celebrate addition to their royal family.
DNC Convention Hall Reaches Capacity, Hundreds Shut Out
CHARLOTTE, N.C. – Nearly four hours before President Obama would accept the Democratic Nomination for president, the gates outside the Time Warner Center were locked and hundreds of would-be attendees turned away. At one of the main entrances to the arena located at North College...
Mitt Romney Blames Press for Foreign Tour Gaffes
A top aide to Mitt Romney insisted today that the Republican presidential candidate's foreign trip has been "great" just hours after a blow up that caught an angry aide telling the press corps to "kiss my a The salty outburst came on the final day of a tumultuous three-country tour that has
Oh, Mitt! Romney's Awkward Foreign Tour
Mitt Romney’s overseas adventure has seen its share of uncomfortable diplomatic exchanges, the first episode taking shape even before the candidate jetted off to England and the Olympics last week: Eastern Europe Who Mitt made mad: Miroslav Lajcak, Slovakia’s foreign minister and deputy prime ...