By John Solomon
How the government's punishing of the exposure of official wrongdoing can linger for years
Independent voices from the TWT Communities
The mayor of London has announced that two Indian films will be shot in his city next year as part of a bid to bring Bollywood to the British capital.
The mayor of London on Thursday urged a cash-strapped local government not to sell an iconic Henry Moore sculpture that once stood in one of the city's poorest areas.
The Olympic Stadium is in need of a tenant, and London Mayor Boris Johnson thinks the NFL could be the right match.
It's not in Scotland. And it's missing a front yard. But anyone who has read a Sherlock Holmes novel can tell you that Scotland Yard equals London police.
Becoming a parent means making the conscious decision to place someone else's welfare ahead of your own desires. Once we make that commitment, real life demands that we adapt and "flex" as needed to fulfill that larger purpose of raising children who will grow into men and women of character.
Chinese automaker BYD Co. is sending 50 electric cabs to London in a boost to China's struggling makers of all-electric vehicles.
British Prime Minister David Cameron's booking on "The Late Show With David Letterman" has ignited a media debate in London.
Royal Air Force jets streaked through the sky above Buckingham Palace, leaving a red, white and blue trail of smoke as gold, silver and bronze medals gleamed below.
Basking in post-Olympic glory, Britain succumbed to reality Monday with commuters venturing back to work and Heathrow Airport experiencing one of its busiest days ever.
Nissan has unveiled a bold new vision for the future of the London 'black cab' and its 300,000 daily users - the Nissan NV200 London Taxi.
With all the gold, silver and bronze handed out in London, business should be booming in the British capital. But all that glitters at the Olympic Games in East London is not shining on the rest of the city.
Mitt Romney may be just what the London Olympics needed. In little more than 24 hours in London, the U.S. presidential candidate has gotten Britons to stop complaining about bumper-to-bumper traffic, cringing about cost overruns and fretting about shoddy security — and instead start taking pride in their country's long-awaited day in the sun.
Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney caused a stir in Britain on Thursday by questioning whether the country is prepared to host the Olympic Games without a hitch and scheduling a fundraiser with the former head of a troubled bank.
With the flame comes the games.
The Olympic torch was passed to London — witnessed, appropriately, by hundreds of Greeks huddled under umbrellas.
Boris Johnson said Thursday in Mumbai that Indian filmmakers should make London their movie set of choice.
Johnson said Moore had intended the sculpture "for the benefit of local people in Tower Hamlets."