A scholar of slavery in the British Empire describes the first boycott against sugar made with slave labor in the West Indies.
When a 14-year-old Paul McCartney watched Little Richard in the hit film 'The Girl Can't Help It,' he couldn't have imagined that the two would one day take the stage together.
Unbridled ambition and bruised egos created an irreparable fissure.
The great walker and poet can give us much to ponder and marvel at on our daily jaunts
Marriage and domestic relationships existed before the state, and should be returned to the people, not regulated by the government.
December 25 is the least popular day to give birth in the US, Australia and New Zealand, and second only to Boxing Day on Dec. 26 in England, Wales and Ireland.
Attitudes toward single women have repeatedly shifted – and part of that attitude shift is reflected in the names given to unwed women.
The historic sporting rivalry between England and South Africa has often been marred by political protests and controversy.
One of the most pressurised roles in the pressure cooker that is the Rugby World Cup is the referee. Threatening fans are causing them to quit the game at all levels.
Just what is Boris Johnson, the UK's new prime minister: a liberal or conservative? A historian writing a book about Brexit, the focus of much of Johnson's career, says the man is hard to pin down.
Research shows that England was one of the first sovereigns to default on its international debt obligations.
Bariatric surgery can be life changing, so why are so few being offered the procedure in England?
The English Premier League was established in 1992 to do exactly what it is now doing.
Housing laws in England can still leave tenants without proper protection, but the latest reforms offer hope for the future.
Poverty leaves people feeling unable to take responsibility for their future – but community programmes can empower young people to take control.
American companies still face enormous uncertainty about how they'll be doing business in the UK and EU in the coming years, particularly as the April 12 Brexit deadline draws closer.
School textbooks from Germany deal with Europe in much greater detail and with more of a positive angle than those published in England.
In England, one in fifty children cycle to school. But if English children cycled at the same rates as Dutch children, this could rise to two in five.
Westminster has consistently disregarded the concerns of the devolved administrations over Brexit.
Inequality is one of the major issues of the modern age – but understanding where it happens is harder than you think.