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Labour leader says he won’t meet with prime minister until she takes no-deal Brexit off the table, after May narrowly win no-confidence vote in parliament

Russian president claims Serbia forced to make ‘artificial choice’ between EU and Moscow

Michy Batshuayi to Everton or Monaco? | Luka Modric to Inter? | Steven Bergwijn to Manchester United? | Maxi Gómez to West Ham?

The Facebook CEO’s involvement in a family dispute over four small parcels of land worries many on an island where longtime residents have lost land to wealthy newcomers

According to the work and pensions secretary, universal credit failings only affect ‘one or two’ people, says Guardian columnist Frances Ryan

Rolling report: Serena Williams meets Eugenie Bouchard before Novak Djokovic takes on Jo-Wilfried Tsonga and Johanna Konta meets Garbiñe Muguruza. Join Jacob Steinberg for updates

Interior designer Mona Ross Berman began with a blank slate and filled this Society Hill home with bespoke touches

A Canadian citizen was kidnapped on Tuesday in Burkina Faso, the country's Minister of Security said.

Louisville visitors will fly "like a butterfly" after the city renames its airport after hometown great Muhammad Ali.

From Thomas Heatherwick's multimillion-dollar venture in New York to Anish Kapoor’s extraterrestrial-looking sculpture in London, these works of public art cost more than all the rest

As if Texas and Oklahoma didn't have enough to make a match, what with a couple of smart young head coaches heading into their third season and not...

William Barr, set to become U.S. attorney general, wonders how Silicon Valley “behemoths” like Amazon got so big. That hasn’t been a DOJ focus. Facebook’s clout was one reason for AT&T’s purchase of Time Warner, on whose board Barr sat. It could make him a new antitrust threat.

Cult designer Ilse Crawford invigorates a historic Stockholm mansion through one simple but brilliant act—relocating its kitchen

On January 8, 1790, President George Washington delivered the first State of the Union address before Congress in New York City.

Both the number of wealthy individuals and their collective wealth increased by about 2% last year, according to a new report from Wealth-X, a company that tracks global wealth.

Its fourth-quarter earnings beat estimates and it navigated rocky markets better than peers. Yet investors value its assets less highly than those of staid Bank of America. Taming Goldman’s volatile revenue is in hand. The shadow of excesses like 1MDB is harder to manage away.