- US stocks rebound as anxiety over British vote eases Updated: Jun-28-16 4:51 pm
U.S. stock indexes mounted a broad comeback Tuesday as investors set aside their anxiety over Britain's vote to leave the European Union and snapped up shares following a two-day rout.
- The Latest: EU leaders at summit condemn Istanbul attack Updated: Jun-28-16 4:49 pm
ISTANBUL - The Latest on the explosions at Istanbul's Ataturk airport (all times local):
- EU leaders plot a future without Britain, demand answers Updated: Jun-28-16 4:18 pm
BRUSSELS - British Prime Minister David Cameron fended off anger Tuesday from other European Union leaders at an unprecedented summit charged with uncertainty about the bloc's future without Britain. As leader after leader rejected Cameron's pleas for favorable conditions for Britain once it leaves, he frustrated them by refusing to initiate the divorce proceedings immediately.
- 4 scenarios eyed to keep Britain in the EU despite exit vote Updated: Jun-28-16 2:29 pm
LONDON - As continental powers pressure a nervous Britain to formally apply to exit the European Union, die-hard "remain" supporters are taking on the mission to put the brakes on the so-called Brexit.
- The Latest: PM Valls: No quick fix, Europe needs reinvention Updated: Jun-28-16 2:21 pm
BRUSSELS - The Latest on Britain's vote to leave the European Union (all times local):
- Zombie government? UK politics consumed by Brexit concerns Updated: Jun-28-16 1:37 pm
LONDON - Who's in charge now in Britain?
- Soccer embarrassment, political turmoil after double Brexit Updated: Jun-28-16 12:39 pm
NICE, France - In a city that was once the playground of the British aristocracy, England's millionaire soccer players departed Tuesday looking as far from soccer nobility than at any time in the team's 144-year history.
- Taunts, threats surge in days following British referendum Updated: Jun-28-16 12:02 pm
LONDON - Turkish tourists are heckled in the heart of London. An Eastern European family in Rugby finds dog excrement shoved through its mailbox. A Polish teenager in Gloucestershire is taunted with threats of deportation at her high school.
- A guide to the EU's exit clause as Britain looks to leave Updated: Jun-28-16 11:32 am
BRUSSELS - It's the European Union's exit door, the legal way out of the bloc.
- England out of Euro 2016, beaten by Iceland Updated: Jun-27-16 8:40 pm
NICE, France - After voting to leave the European Union last week, the English left the soccer European Championship in similarly surprising fashion on Monday in what will go down as their most embarrassing loss in a generation.
- Why Brexit endangers global unions that helped West prosper Updated: Jun-27-16 4:32 pm
WASHINGTON - Britain's decision to bolt the European Union means economic pain for the United Kingdom above all. But it also threatens the economic alliances that helped drive decades of prosperity in the West after World War II.
- Kerry urges calm in meetings with EU, British leaders Updated: Jun-27-16 2:43 pm
LONDON - U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry met top officials from the European Union and Britain on Monday, telling both sides to act responsibly as they start figuring out how to make good on last week's historic decision by British voters to leave the EU. He also traveled to NATO, saying it would soon have to play a bigger role promoting trans-Atlantic unity.
- UK's anti-EU victors will find it hard to fulfill promises Updated: Jun-27-16 2:10 pm
LONDON - Politicians who wanted Britain to leave the European Union were not shy about making promises. They plastered their campaign bus with vows to "take back control" on immigration and boost funding for the beloved National Health Service.
- Thai leader says won't resign if referendum rejects charter Updated: Jun-27-16 8:57 am
BANGKOK - The head of Thailand's military government said Monday he will not step down if an August referendum fails to approve a draft constitution it is promoting.
- Stocks, pound fall again due to UK vote uncertainty Updated: Jun-27-16 5:01 am
LONDON - European stocks and the pound fell further on Monday as concern grew over the potential economic costs of Britain's vote to bring its country, the world's fifth-largest economy, out of the European Union.
- Asian stocks mixed as markets await Brexit fallout Updated: Jun-26-16 11:17 pm
BEIJING - Japanese and Chinese stocks rose Monday but other Asian markets declined, crude prices fell further and U.S. shares appeared headed for a lower opening as jittery traders watched for more fallout from Britain's vote to exit the European Union.
- What investors will be looking at with UK voting to leave EU Updated: Jun-26-16 12:01 pm
NEW YORK - Britain's vote to leave the European Union last week sent shudders through financial markets, and understandably so.
- Certainty Obama once had about Britain has been shattered Updated: Jun-25-16 2:03 pm
WASHINGTON - President Barack Obama could count on Britain to back him at nearly every turn during his first 7½ years in office. He knew British leaders had the global clout and shared perspective to be powerful U.S. partners.
- Editorials from around New England Updated: Jun-25-16 10:46 am
Excerpts of recent editorials of statewide and national interest from New England newspapers:
- EU's founding members say talks on UK exit needed urgently Updated: Jun-25-16 9:31 am
BERLIN - Foreign ministers of the European Union's founding members on Saturday urged quick negotiations about Britain's departure from the bloc, saying the other 27 countries in the union need to move ahead and think about the future.
- Racist undercurrent alleged in UK vote to ditch EU Updated: Jun-25-16 8:42 am
LONDON - Some leading British politicians and academics are interpreting Britain's choice to abandon the European Union as a deliberate decision to sacrifice economic stability in exchange for the right to stop the flow of immigrants - a decision, they say, that was partly driven by racism.
- Now that Britain wants out, EU must figure out how to do it Updated: Jun-25-16 7:50 am
BRUSSELS - Now that Britain has voted to leave the European Union, the bloc's first order of business is figuring out how to get rid of it. Surprisingly, that's a tall order.
- Obama says UK committed to 'orderly transition' out of EU Updated: Jun-24-16 5:22 pm
WASHINGTON - President Barack Obama tried to reassure Britons Friday that the special relationship between Washington and London would withstand an impending and likely messy divorce from Europe, as his administration scrambled to assess the fallout.
- From indifference to uncertainty, Brexit talk hits Euro 2016 Updated: Jun-24-16 4:55 pm
PARIS - Britain's momentous decision to leave the European Union was the talk of soccer's European Championship on Friday, with one leading Italian player even warning about an undermining "domino effect" across Europe.
- Pro-EU Scots, Northern Irish eye UK escape after Brexit vote Updated: Jun-24-16 3:42 pm
EDINBURGH, Scotland - The United Kingdom's stunning vote to depart the European Union could end in the breakup of the U.K. itself.