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Prince William, with his new wife watching, starred Saturday in a charity a polo match that brought the crowd pouring onto the field in the most spontaneous moment of the couple's visit to Southern California so far.
Princess Diana would have been 50 years old on Friday, perhaps the only certainty about what might have been in a life abruptly cut short by a 1997 car crash in Paris, with a new boyfriend, two months past her 36th birthday.
All across America, the curious woke at the crack of dawn Friday to watch live coverage of Prince William marrying Kate Middleton at Westminster Abbey. U.S. news outlets swarmed around London to fill an insatiable appetite for the royal wedding. From the newly titled Princess Catherine's tiara choice, to William's decision not to wear a wedding ring, to the first-kiss practice sessions, we commoners want to know every tiny detail of the pomp and circumstance the British monarchy does so well.
The European Union slapped its own arms embargo, visa ban and other sanctions Monday on Libyan leader Moammar Gadhafi's regime, part of an escalating global effort to halt his bloody crackdown on critics in the North African nation.
While its red Christmas collection kettles are largely packed away, the Salvation Army, an evangelical church best known for its social services, is facing a new task: electing a new "general," or international leader, to take office April 1.
For almost a millennium, dreams of riches and power in the Slavic and Finno-Ugric lands to their east proved a powerful magnet for Europes burgeoning Germanic tribes.
A vintage philosophical thriller earns a deserving second life with the digital release of Charles Crichton's 1964 The Third Secret ($14.98), new from 20th Century Fox Home Entertainment. It's our ...