Boris Johnson has tried to distance himself from a legally required request for a Brexit extension by stressing to the EU it was sent to Brussels at Parliament's bidding.
Andrew Scheer found himself on the defensive Saturday in Toronto amid allegations that his Conservatives hired a well-known political operative to smear his upstart right-wing rival Maxime Bernier and the People’s Party of Canada. Liberal Leader J...
Highlights of this day in history: 'Saturday Night Massacre' takes place during Watergate scandal; Gen. Douglas MacArthur returns to Philippines; Jacqueline Kennedy weds Aristotle Onassis; Three Lynyrd Skynyrd members die in plane crash.
Basking in loud chants of "Bernie's back," Democratic presidential candidate Bernie Sanders resumed campaigning weeks after being sidelined by a heart attack and told supporters he was ready to resume "the epic struggle" for the White House.
Turkish President Tayyip Erdogan said on said he would press on with Turkey's offensive into northeastern Syria and 'crush the heads of terrorists' if a deal with Washington on the withdrawal of Kurdish fighters from the area was not fully implemente
Representative Tulsi Gabbard resorted to name calling after Hillary Clinton hinted Gabbard was being "groomed" to disrupt the 2020 race as a third-party candidate. Conway G. Gittens has the story.
The Biden campaign wrote a letter to Facebook to take down a video ad which falsely accused the former Vice President of blackmailing Ukrainian officials to stop an investigation of his son, according to the New York Times.
Demonstrators in Chile clash with police despite a state of emergency declared to deal with Santiago's worst violence years. Protesters bang pots and pans in the latest expression of anger over social and economic woes.
People in London react after the British Parliament voted an amendment forcing the Prime minister Boris Johnson to delay Brexit while they further consider his EU divorce deal.
A defiant Prime Minister Boris Johnson said he would not negotiate a further delay to Britain's departure from the European Union after losing a vote in parliament on Saturday that means he is obliged to request a postponement.
Mayor Sadiq Khan warns that Brexit deal will damage London.
The depositors in the scam-hit PMC bank protested outside RBI's office in Mumbai, weeks after restrictions were put on cash withdrawals. The protesters marched from Patel Chowk to Reserve Bank of India against the suspension of banking operation s...
Congress leader Sachin Pilot appeared on Off The Cuff and answered several questions on the current government at the centre and his party's future. He said the Congress is going through a lean patch. He also praised Prime Minister Narendra Modi, ...
Lebanese protesters rally in downtown Beirut as hundreds continue to gather for a third night of demonstrations against tax increases and official corruption.
Masked demonstrators clashed with police in central Barcelona on Friday as a fifth day of protests over the jailing of separatist leaders turned violent.
Swinson: 'Important for people to have final say' on Brexit
Actor Sir Patrick Stewart speaks at Brexit rally outside Parliament. He tells the People's Vote protesters that the first referendum was not democratic.
A U.S. State Department investigation into former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton's use of a private email server found no evidence of deliberate mishandling of classified information. Conway G.
Fans react after the New Zealand All Blacks thrash Ireland 46-14 in the Rugby World Cup quarter-finals in Tokyo. "The All Blacks were just a very class act," says All Blacks fan Scot Tasker.
"I'm Not Partisan In My Thinking": Nobel Winner Abhijit Banerjee To NDTV
Jacob Rees-Mogg and his young son are heckled by Brexit protesters in Westminster as they leave Parliament. The demonstrators could be heard shouting "shame" as Mr Rees-Mogg and his son passed the protesters on Millbank. Similarly, boos and shou...
Gove and Rees-Mogg escorted by police through protests
The handshake is a simple, brief greeting that can be avoided for religious and cultural reasons. But in some countries, people can be denied citizenship for refusing to shake hands with the opposite gender. Here's more on the handshake dilemma.
People standing on Parliament Square in London react as John Bercow, speaker of the House of Commons, reads out the vote result of the Letwin amendment (322-306) which has the effect of forcing Johnson to ask EU leaders to delay Brexit beyond Octo...
Chile's President Sebastián Piñera has declared a state of emergency inthe capital Santiago as protests against a rise in the cost of public transport have escalated.
Over a thousand gather in Hong Kong's Central business district for a prayer meeting ahead of a planned mass rally on Sunday that is banned by the police. The vigil calls for international aid for the city's pro-democracy movement and mourn for th...
There are more than 13 million Palestinians in the world today living under occupation, under blockade, as refugees and some as citizens of other countries. Where Palestinians have ended up after being displaced by Israel has determined what laws ...
A breakdown of how MPs voted on a special Saturday sitting of the House of Commons. MPs voted by 322 to 306 in favour of an amendment withholding approval of the PM's Brexit deal until legislation to implement it is in place.
McDonnell warns PM not to break the law over Brexit
Two NASA astronauts made space "HERstory" by completing the first spacewalk by an all-woman team in a half-century. Christina Koch and Jessica Meir stepped outside the International Space Station on Friday to replace a broken battery charger witho...
Multiple blasts inside a mosque in Afghanistan's eastern Nangarhar province during Friday prayers killed at least 69 people and wounded dozens. Children and elderly people were among the victims. #Afghanistan #mosqueattack #Jalalabad
Nigel Dodds explains why DUP voted for the Letwin amendment
Prime Minister Boris Johnson says he will not negotiate a delay with the EU and "neither does the law" compel him to do so. His comments came after MPs approved Sir Oliver Letwin's amendment which seeks to avoid a no-deal Brexit on October 31. M...
Clean up begins on the streets of Barcelona after a night of clashes which saw radical separatists hurling rocks and fireworks at police who responded with tear gas and rubber bullets. Separatists are calling for renewed protests this evening.
Actor Patrick Stewart slams the 'Brexit lies' during People's Rally speech.
Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn reacts in the House of Commons after MPs approve Sir Oliver Letwin's amendment which seeks to avoid a no-deal Brexit on October 31 by 322 votes to 306, majority 16.
Demonstrators called for the "downfall of the regime" in Lebanon as tens of thousands took to the streets protesting against corruption and government inaction.
Small groups of demonstrators gathered in central Beirut in an effort to keep Lebanon's anti-government protests going, with storefronts of banks and upmarket retailers in the capital's commercial district smashed in and fires still smouldering from
British Prime Minister Boris Johnson said on Saturday he would not negotiate a delay to Brexit, after lawmakers backed a proposal to withhold approval for his agreement until formal ratification legislation has passed.
Piyush Goyal Comment Questions My Professionalism: Abhijit Banerjee To NDTV
MPs have approved Sir Oliver Letwin's amendment which seeks to avoid a no-deal Brexit on October 31 by 322 votes to 306, majority 16.
British Prime Minister Boris Johnson told UK parliament "now is the time to get this thing done" as he pleaded with lawmakers to back his new Brexit plan.
Various aerials of anti-Brexit protesters in the streets of London on the day legislators will vote in the House of Commons on Boris Johnson's Brexit withdrawal agreement.