At this morning's NFL game in London, several members of the AFC's Baltimore Ravens and Jacksonville Jaguars knelt during the "Star-Spangled Banner," but stood during Britain's "God Save the Queen."
A massive manhunt is underway in London after a "terrorist incident" on the subway left at least 29 people injured.
Britain's left-wing political leader slammed President Trump during a speech at the Glastonbury festival in the south of England.
Journalist Piers Morgan grilled London Mayor Sadiq Khan over his police department's "priorities" in the wake of the city's latest terrorist attack.
More than 90 percent of British police do not carry guns, a policy felt acutely during the recent terror attack in London and the earlier March attack outside the Parliament.
Sen. Ted Cruz said it is "maddening" that the federal government had communications from home-grown terrorists before they attacked but refused to act.
Following the latest terror attack, London Mayor Sadiq Khan said he is still "reassured" that the British capital is "one of the safest cities in the world."
British student Scott Alexander said he was walking near the site of the London Bridge terror attack when he had to take cover.
Congressman Peter King (R-N.Y.) said that in the aftermath of the London terror attack, better or more routine surveillance of certain individuals could prove to be a good preventative measure.
Playing in London today, New York Giants quarterback Eli Manning appeared to have a new 'political' play in his playbook when he lined up--and his choice soon went viral.
When Rosie and Ruby Formosa were born joined at the abdomen, they were given a 20 percent chance of survival.
Sadiq Khan, who won office last week, has publicly criticized Donald Trump’s Muslim travel ban, drawing response from the candidate that he could be an exception to the proposed rule.