Trump Calls US Relationship With UK The 'Highest Level Of Special'President Donald Trump called his relationship with the U.K. "the highest level of special" during a joint news conference Friday with British Prime Minister Theresa May.
Boris Johnson Quits As UK's May Faces Mounting Brexit CrisisThe British foreign secretary quits, accusing the prime minister of flying "white flags" of surrender in Brexit negotiations with the EU.
Suspect Arrested After Van Hits Pedestrians Near London MosqueCrowds filled the streets of Finsbury Park overnight after London police say a 48-year-old man drove his van through crowds of pedestrians.
British PM May Says She'll Stay In Office After Early Election Gamble BackfiresHer Conservative party lost its overall majority Thursday and she no longer commands enough seats to avoid a hung Parliament.
UK Terror Threat Level Increased To Critical After Attack At Ariana Grande Concert In Manchester; Suspect IdentifiedPolice said 22 people were killed and 59 others were hurt in the explosion Monday night.
‘Wannacry’ Ransomware Attack Hits Businesses In Dozens Of CountriesA huge extortion cyber attack hit dozens of nations. The attack held computer data for ransom at hospitals, telecommunications firms, and other companies.
Police Identify London Attacker As 52-Year-Old Khalid MasoodAccording to police, Masood, who was born in southeastern England, wasn't the subject of any current investigation and that "there was no prior intelligence about his intent to mount a terrorist attack.''
Trump Pledges Support For 'Most Special Relationship' Between US, BritainThe president said in a joint press conference with British Prime Minister Theresa May that it was an honor to have her at the White House as his first official visit from a foreign leader.
May Says She's Honored To Be Chosen As UK LeaderIncoming British Prime Minister Theresa May addressed her supporters amid a dramatic and turbulent day, trying to reassure the public with characteristic grit and poise.