There's a bill working its way through Congress that would offer a "path to citizenship" to the sort of immigrants currently known in some circles as illegal. Though its application is general, it's obviously aimed at U.S. guests of the Mexican persuasion, and it only has a chance of passing because ... More >>
Statecraft and stagecraft across the pond
John Osborne's British classic faces an American audience again
The head of News Corporation, Rupert Murdoch, and his son James, CEO of News International, are currently appearing before the British parliament in London to discuss the rapidly unspooling phone hacking scandal centered at their now-shuttered News of the World tabloid. While James began with ... More >>
That was fast. British prime minister Gordon Brown has announced his resignation after stating yesterday that he would be stepping down. Thus ends 13 years of Labour Party rule.
Following last week's U.K. general election in which no party won an overall majority, Gordon Brown has announced that he will be stepping down as Labour Party leader, reports BBC News. He has been prime minister since 2007.
Jude and Sienna keep their distance on Broadway
Brit Howard Barker on power, art, and dissent
In 1997, Britpop was going to eclipse the Beatles, and the P.M. was king. What happened?
Mind the gap: Coe's latest finds his Rotters' Club stars all grown up in Blair's Britain
On the miserable morning of November 3, many a liberal woke up in America and wondered if they should really think about waking up somewhere else. If that somewhere else for you was the United Kingdom, cancel the plane tickets. Sure, Britain has a dazzling variety of candy bars not sold here, and th ... More >>
No more media softballing: London stages offer sharp rebukes to Blair and Bush
Anti-War Activists Gather in Midtown to Demand an End to U.S. Occupation
Bush's War Path Could Lead to 'Bear Market Panic in the Valley of Death'
Britain's Anti-War Majority Rallies in London, Gets Heard
Dems Trying to Stall Bush's War Machine
Recalling Northern Ireland's Derry Disaster