The latest news on London
The athletes should evoke typical Americans, not yacht-club wannabees.
As the games near, the UK faces threats from al Qaeda to homegrown terrorists to Irish nationalist groups.
LONDON (AP) — The arrests of 14 people in the last week on suspicion of terrorism in Britain has underscored jitters among police and security officials as the upcoming Olympics fixes the gaze of the world — including potential aggressors — on London. Despite an overall decline in the number of people detained over terrorism since the 2005 bomb attacks which killed 52 commuters and 4 suicide bombers on London's transit network, experts say police and security officials are growing increasingly wary.
COLORADO SPRINGS, Colo. (AP) — Berets are back for the U.S. Olympic team.
The coming London Olympic Games provides Argentina the opportunity to take its Falklands message global.
LONDON (AP) — Olympic organizers said Monday they were looking into a tabloid's report claiming that a worker had been able to sneak a fake bomb — a plastic container with batteries, a phone and modeling clay — into Olympic Park.
LONDON (AP) — The owner of Heathrow Airport says border control officers are failing to meet their waiting time targets for non-EU passengers but are hitting the mark for carriers of EU passports.
LONDON (AP) — McDonald's is a sponsor for the London Olympics — and a British doctors' group says that's sending the wrong message in a country with ballooning obesity.
The British government is installing missile launchers on the roofs of private residences.
London's mayoral race is the perfect postmodern "brand" election, where persona trumps party.