This Week in Trump-Russia News: Trump still rips Mueller probe, even as indictments pile up

Mueller caught more witches as Republicans attacked FBI's Strzok.

Today in Trump’s America: Trump torpedoes UK special relationship, drops white nationalist comments

Trump spewed white nationalist rhetoric in his interview with Rupert Murdoch’s British news outlet the 'Sun,' saying Britain is “losing its culture” thanks to immigration.

Trump’s UK visit will spark massive protests that have been years in the making

The British have been opposed to Trump coming to the U.K. since before his inauguration — and they're preparing to greet him with widespread protests.

Today in Trump’s America: Trump shows little grasp of world issues at impromptu NATO news conference

Trump showed he had no grasp on a number of world issues, plugged his golf course in Scotland, bragged about his electoral win and cozied up to Russian President Vladimir Putin.

Coming up this week in politics: Supreme Court gets a nominee and Trump heads to Europe

Trump will announce a Supreme Court nominee Monday before traveling to the United Kingdom amid mass protests.

Trump to face massive protest, his diaper-clad likeness in upcoming UK visit

London Mayor Sadiq Khan — a frequent critic of the American president — will allow protesters to fly a massive "Trump baby" balloon next week.

Iran says it will remain in nuclear agreement after Trump announces US withdrawal

Rouhani says Iran will remain committed to JCPOA — for now.

Trump backtracks on imminent Syria threat as US weighs its options

"Could be very soon or not so soon at all!"

After his controversial tweets, UK politicians want to cancel Trump’s state visit — again

“It’s increasingly clear that any official visit from President Trump to Britain would not be welcomed," London Mayor Sadiq Khan said in a statement Thursday morning.
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Trump’s “Britain First” retweets are the latest challenge to US-UK relationship

"It is wrong for the president to have done this."
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3 takeaways from London tube attack investigation: 2 arrested as PM Theresa May praises Trump

Two men have been arrested as the investigation into Friday's attack continues.

Theresa May denies reports Donald Trump may visit UK with little notice

An impromptu Trump visit could make May's life as prime minister more difficult.
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Theresa May announces pact with Northern Ireland's conservative DUP

10 of the DUP's MPs will vote alongside May's party in exchange for more than $1 billion of funds.
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Cladding similar to Grenfell Tower's could be on 600 other buildings, PM's office says

Local authorities estimate about 600 buildings across Britain, Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland have been fitted with the same type of flammable cladding used on Grenfell Tower.
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Grenfell Tower Fire: Theresa May apologizes for government response in Parliament speech

The prime minister apologized for the government's poor response to the deadly blaze.
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Protesters take to London streets over Theresa May's handling of Grenfell Tower fire

Local residents became frustrated after May swiftly departed after her visit St Clement’s church on Friday without addressing crowds.

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British Election Results: Exit polls show hung parliament in UK

In a possible upset, early exit polls showed Tories performing far worse than expected.
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Theresa May ups UK terror level from severe to critical over fears of "imminent" threat

Police have asked for military assistance.
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UK Snap Elections: Here's why Theresa May's call for early elections won't reverse Brexit

Think the U.K.'s snap elections means Brexit won't happen? Think again.
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UK Prime Minister Theresa May calls for early election

Theresa May is looking to strengthen her hand in Brexit negotiations.

Theresa May and Nicola Sturgeon have some thoughts on that 'Daily Mail' "Legs-it" cover

While Theresa May dismissed the 'Daily Mail' cover as "a bit of fun," Nicola Sturgeon came out more strongly against it.

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Westminster Attack Update: 8 arrested, police say they know who attacker was

Scotland Yard believes that the attacker acted alone, "inspired by international terrorism."
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United Kingdom plans to formally trigger Brexit on March 29

The United Kingdom could reportedly leave the European Union as soon as 2019.
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British PM Theresa May is being told how to dress — in the name of combating sexism

A union delegate shamed British PM Theresa May for her taste in shoes, because sexism has many faces.
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UK Communications Data Bill Would Destroy Internet Freedom and Lead Us On the Road to Totalitarianism

Internet privacy issues are debated in London’s Parliament as the British government review the Communications Data Bill Draft. They want to monitor whom you are talking to, when and where.

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Britain Wrongly Fighting Arab Activist: Palestinian Leader Wins Appeal Against UK Deportation Order

British justice triumphs over the Home Secretary and there are now calls for her to step down following the implications that she was not fair in her initial judgement.
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London Riots Were Motivated by Poverty

New government statistics suggest the riots that hit British cities this August were driven by poverty, not "criminality."