Trump To Meet Queen Elizabeth II At Windsor Castle On Friday
An honor guard will greet the president.
President Donald Trump will meet with Queen Elizabeth II on Friday in his first trip to the United Kingdom.
An honor guard will greet the president. He and the queen will then watch a military parade before having tea.
Trump also suggested he might meet with Boris Johnson, who recently stepped down from his position as foreign secretary. The meeting could be seen as a jab at Prime Minister Theresa May, whose Cabinet fractured over Brexit negotiations.
Trump's visit to the U.K. has drawn intense criticism. Mass protests in London are scheduled for Thursday and Friday.
Israel's new government sparks concern for the future of its democracy
Far-right changes to Israel's government have some experts and citizens concerned for the future rule of law in the country.By Reuters / AP
A look inside a suspected Chinese police outpost in the US
Scripps News investigates a suspected Chinese police facility in New York.By Scripps News
Biden to host Netherlands PM for talks on tech, Ukraine
Talks are expected to cover the Russia-Ukraine war, U.S. efforts to thwart Chinese tech imports, and an upcoming Democracy summit.By Susan Walsh / AP
UK watchdog says Microsoft's Activision deal hurts gamers
Britain's Competition and Markets Authority says the deal could result in "harming U.K. gamers who cannot afford expensive consoles."By Swayne B. Hall / AP
GOP on GOP: Romney scolds Santos, 'You don't belong here'
Santos' presence at the center aisle to see and be seen during President Biden's State of the Union address was met with stern criticism from Romney.By Patrick Semansky / AP
How to save on Valentine's Day flowers, as inflation hits roses hard
When factoring in delivery costs, roses can now cost over $100. But other options are affordable and just as sweet for Valentine's Day celebrations.By Christopher Furlong / Getty Images