The decision sent a warning to the world that even well-vaccinated nations remain at risk from the highly transmissible new Delta variant.
The president urged the leaders of wealthy democracies to offer hundreds of billions in loans to developing nations in a direct challenge to Beijing’s Belt-and-Road Initiative.
Summit meetings are always full of prepackaged “deliverables,’’ but stage management always works better when there’s an actual stage.
All coronavirus restrictions were supposed to end on June 21, but with the new Delta variant, the long-anticipated opening is increasingly problematic.
The meeting will be on June 13, part of President Biden’s first presidential trip abroad.
One of Guccio Gucci’s great-granddaughters went public with alleged wrongdoing, and now her younger sister is involved too.
The original video of a baby biting his brother’s finger has drawn nearly 900 million views on the platform since 2007. But now one bidder owns it as a nonfungible token.
The coronavirus variant first seen in India is rapidly outpacing all others in Britain, a problem for the U.K. and a potential new burden on poorer nations.
London’s theater scene re-emerged with “The Mousetrap,” Agatha Christie’s long-running murder mystery, which has changed little from its debut in 1952, let alone from before the coronavirus.
Britons savor their first real taste of freedom in months, but the emergence of a new coronavirus variant threatens to reverse the progress.
Live theater is set to return in England starting May 17, but many online offerings will remain.
Prime Minister Boris Johnson’s recent troubles didn’t seem to bother voters in Hartlepool, a struggling town in the northeast of England.
Previously, there was space only for the fathers’ details. The change comes as the British government moves the system online.
In WhatsApp chats, video calls, Facebook groups and forums, a global community has scrambled to save, and sometimes mourn, Covid-stricken loved ones.
The boycott, set to begin on Friday, is the most direct effort yet by a sport to pressure social media companies like Twitter, Instagram and Facebook to take action against abuse.
Arrival, a developer of electric vans and buses, says it has come up with a cheaper way to build vehicles in small factories. But can it deliver on that promise?
Measuring more than four feet, the furry giant should be easy to spot. But he vanished from an English garden last weekend, and the police are treating his disappearance as an abduction.
The pandemic has left Britain with deep economic wounds, but “Monday is a really positive start.”
Here’s what you need to know at the end of the day.
Lockdown has helped establish Munya Chawawa as a sardonic voice for young people who don’t often recognize themselves in the comedians they see on TV.
The U.K. leader’s plans are the next step in a cautious reopening after a lockdown that began in January.
Widespread disease outbreaks have the potential to shock societies into new ways of living.
The move to allow larger gatherings outdoors and reopen some sports centers came as many countries in Europe are tightening restrictions as their coronavirus cases shoot up.
Critics say HS2, a $140 billion project sold as a green alternative to planes and cars, makes less sense than ever in a world where people work from home.
The site where Dr. Jenner first inoculated people against smallpox has struggled in the coronavirus lockdowns, one of hundreds of museums in Britain teetering amid the closures.
Although there were no deaths, the case had echoes of a smuggling episode in the country in 2019, in which 39 people from Vietnam died in a refrigerated tractor-trailer.
A string of robberies at the homes of soccer stars has cast a spotlight on the wealthy athlete’s newest luxury items: protection dogs, private guards and even panic rooms.
Just in time for spring cleaning, a conservation group in England has delved into the past for how to clean in the present.
Dan Keeling and Mark Andrew’s new book covers old territory in a fresh way.
Her disappearance last week touched off a national outcry against gender violence. A police officer has been arrested on suspicion of kidnapping and murder in the case.
For two decades, Ian Callum led the look at Jaguar Land Rover. Now he’s reimagining some vintage cars, including the Jag Mark 2 and a classic Corvette.
“Thanks, Duchess Meghan and Prince Harry, for reminding us it is OK to have a dysfunctional family,” a reader writes.
“I told myself, ‘It must be on water,’” said a walker who took a picture that has since gone viral. “My head doesn’t want to understand that, but it must be on water.”
Sarah Hart, the first woman to hold England’s distinguished Gresham professorship of geometry, explores the intersections of music, literature and mathematics.
Those who looked up just before 10 p.m. on Sunday were treated to the sight of a fireball meteor.
“All Creatures Great and Small” charmed viewers with its pastoral setting in Britain’s Yorkshire Dales. Here, the show’s production designer explains the eternal appeal of the region’s landscapes.
Years after the Grenfell Tower fire in London killed 72 people, disabled residents of high-rises worry whether they would be able to evacuate if needed. “We’ve been an afterthought,” one activist says.
Having confused and angered Britons in the early stages of the pandemic, he is determined to make the step-by-step plan “irreversible.”
Like the character he plays in “It’s a Sin,” the actor and singer struggled with being gay. Now, he tells the world everything.
The Marshes, an ordinary English family, have gained extraordinary fame for their musical spoofs of lockdown life. And no, they are not trying to be the von Trapps.
A former first minister, Alex Salmond, was acquitted of charges of sexual harassment. Now he is accusing his successor and one-time protégée, Nicola Sturgeon, of misleading lawmakers.
The Neolithic site appears to have begun as a monument in Wales that was dismantled and carried 175 miles east as part of a larger migration, a new study suggests.
Anne Sacoolas, the wife of an American diplomat, is charged with causing death by dangerous driving after colliding with Harry Dunn, a teenage motorcyclist, in 2019.
Countries are grappling with uncertainties about vaccine supplies and how protective various shots will be, while racing to combat new variants and save lives.
Outrageous lies destroyed Guy Babcock’s online reputation. When he went hunting for their source, what he discovered was worse than he could have imagined.
One hundred thousand people dead. A new, more contagious strain. The toll is close to unbearable.
“The Dig,” on Netflix, revisits the astonishing find made by two amateurs in Britain as World War II was dawning.
As a more contagious variant of the coronavirus tears through the country, and as people resist new restrictions, hospitals are struggling to cope with a surge in patients.