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Larry Sanders Hands Out Leaflets as a Green Party Candidate in England
Larry Sanders talks with ABC News' Lora Moftah about his campaign for Parliament and his brother's kind words of support.
Bernie Sanders' Older Brother Larry Campaigns for UK Parliament
ABC News' Lora Moftah follows Larry Sanders on a very different campaign trail as a Green Party candidate.
Crowds Gather Outside 10 Downing St. for David Cameron's Exit
ABC News' Alexander Marquardt recaps the outgoing Prime Minister's last day and finds out what's next for the new Prime Minister, Theresa May.
Larry the Cat to Remain at 10 Downing Street
A change in Britain's prime minister doesn't mean a change of residence for this feline.
Cameron to Quit Wednesday; Theresa May to Be New British PM
A British political era ended unexpectedly and without an election as Prime Minister David Cameron said he will step down in two days in favor of Theresa May, who will become Britain's second female leader.
Markets Recover Slightly but Brexit Concerns Remain
Jobs, companies and markets could continue to be impacted in the United States as long as uncertainty remains in Europe.
British Prime Minster Explains Expectations of Brexit Talks With EU
David Cameron hopes the spirit of discussions to come will remain positive for both sides.
Stocks Continue to Plummet Amid Brexit Fallout
And now to that political and economic earthquake in the UK. Their vote to break with the european union. The aftershocks are rippling here again today. Wall Street opening the week with new losses for Americans and their 401(k)s. The Dow plunged another 260 points, down 1.5%. ABC's chief business
David Cameron on Brexit Vote: 'We Must Not Turn Our Backs on Europe or the World'
British Prime Minister David Cameron addressed Parliament today, saying that while he accepts the decision of voters to leave the European Union, Britain "must not turn its backs on Europe or the world."
Many Are Reeling After the U.K.'s Decision to Leave the European Union
More than two and a half million people want a do-over, angry at the man who led the charge and who could become the next prime minister.