Boris Johnson’s Conservatives have a narrow lead, but undecided voters will determine the winner.
As the COP25 conference winds down, negotiators are focused on carbon credits. Critics say they should be emphasizing urgency.
After a victory for pro-democracy candidates at the polls, protesters turned out in droves to mark six months in the streets.
As French public sector workers walk out, what happens next depends on who gives in first: the unions or the government.
The U.S. attorney general visits Mexico City today to discuss the country’s rising violence.
Activists refuse to stand down after talks with the Colombian government, going ahead with the third strike in as many weeks.
As its leaders convene in London, cracks in the NATO alliance could be growing.
China and the United States both increased emissions last year; a U.N. report shows 1.5 percent growth in emissions per year since 2009.
A federal court ruling means former White House counsel Donald McGahn could testify, and so might John Bolton.
With record turnout, pro-democracy politicians won Hong Kong’s local elections by a landslide—a result that’s likely to embolden protesters.
With the indictment of Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, Israel’s path out of parliamentary deadlock remains uncertain.
A new proposal isn’t likely to placate Morales’ supporters after deadly clashes with the military outside of La Paz.