The two have agreed on the "divorce" bill, the rights of EU citizens in a post-Brexit U.K. and what to do about the border with Northern Ireland.
Leaders from around the world were quick to condemn the Trump administration's decision to recognize Jerusalem as the capital of Israel.
British Prime Minister Theresa May and EU Commission President Jean-Claude Juncker admitted they had some differences on a "couple of issues."
British media estimated the "divorce bill" could cost the U.K. about $60 billion.
White House Press Secretary Sarah Sanders defended the videos, saying "The threat is real, and that's what the president is talking about."
The court ruled Uber's drivers aren't self-employed and need more benefits.
The "T-Charge" is part of the city's larger plan to improve its air quality.
Negotiations are taking longer than expected between the U.K. and the European Union.
Moody's downgraded the U.K.'s credit rating from Aa1 to Aa2, citing fears that it will have a hard time making trade deals in the wake of Brexit.
The U.K.'s culture secretary voiced concerns about Fox's corporate governance following multiple allegations of sexual harassment.
Chinese officials say they're deciding on a time frame to ban gas and diesel vehicles in favor of electric and intelligent cars.
After the clock strikes noon on Aug. 21, the iconic bell will be pretty quiet for four years.