Republicans feel the pinch on tax reform
Lawmakers must convince the middle class their plan is not a handout to the rich
Donald Trump pardons convicted sheriff Joe Arpaio
Latino organisations slam president’s decision over former Arizona police officer
Yuri Drozdov, Soviet Superspy Who Planted ‘Illegals’ in Other Countries, Dies at 91
General Drozdov also played a key role in a famous exchange of captive spies between the Soviet Union and the United States.
'Man and husband'
The staunchly Catholic island nation is on a rollercoaster ride of social change - but some are uneasy.
Scientists fear new EU rules may 'hide' forest carbon loss
Forestry researchers condemn attempts to change the way carbon from trees is counted in Europe.
Man Outside U.K. Parliament Carrying Knives Is Arrested
The 27-year-old was charged with planning a terrorist attack, rekindling anxiety about the deadly assault on March 22 that was also near Parliament.
Terror arrest near Houses of Parliament
Armed police detain a man near Parliament, with a witness saying he saw two knives on the ground.
Merkel Warns Britain Against ‘Illusions’ About Post-‘Brexit’ Ties
The chancellor said that Britain must negotiate its departure from the European Union before discussing future relations.
Europe’s Central Bank Sounds a More Upbeat Tone
The central bank’s Governing Council has become more optimistic about the eurozone economy, offering a hint at winding down stimulus measures.