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A new program in suburban St. Louis holds parents accountable if their kids skip school.
Prince Charles reflected on Canada's contribution to World War II as he and his wife Camilla were greeted by hundreds of people Monday in Halifax on the first full day of a short visit to Canada.
St. Charles authorities say a man is hospitalized with serious injuries after he set his apartment on fire during a standoff with police.
For the past six weeks, Britain's Duke and Duchess of Cambridge, William and Kate, have been touring with their 9-month-old son, Prince George, and proving why so many are drawn to the young family.
The brother-in-law of the Prince of Wales died Wednesday after falling outside a hotel bar and suffering a head injury, police said.
A western Pennsylvania mother's effort to organize a prom for her son with special needs has turned into an event for other students in the same situation.
John Watzke remembers standing in a long line back in the late 1970s to see the action comedy film Smokey and The Bandit at the movie theater in Waveland.
In what’s being billed as a “gentle succession” and a historical shift, Queen Elizabeth II has agreed to cede some of her powers to Prince Charles.
Christmas is different things to different people it seems, and that's no surprise. For most, if recent surveys are correct, it's just a wonderful time to reconnect with family and friends, exchange presents, and, perhaps, consume too many calories. This week, the District-based Public Religion Research Institute reported "more than one-quarter (26 percent) of Americans celebrating Christmas this year will do so largely as a non-religious holiday."
Prince Charles said Christianity is disappearing from the Middle East — the very region of its birth — due primarily to a campaign of persecution by extremist Muslims and fundamentalist Islamists.
Prince Charles is readying the paperwork to claim his pension when he turns 65 on Thursday, but he still hasn't started the job he was born to do.
Quit meddling. That's the message a news outlet normally loyal to British Prince Charles sent his way after tallying up the times the crown-holder has entered into private meetings with Cabinet officials in the past three years: 36.
Cheers and shouting echoed through the square at Buckingham Palace and in the streets around London's St Mary's Hospital, as crowds who had been waiting throughout the day welcomed the new addition to the royal family and the nation's future monarch.
The Prince of Wales issued a scathing denouncement of corporations and of climate-change skeptics for failing to take environmental actions to save the "dying patient," planet Earth.
The new archbishop of Canterbury was formally enthroned Thursday — and questions about the Church of England's opposition to same-sex marriage greeted his promotion.
"The problems have been very, very minor. The people in my area today are getting better care than they've ever gotten," he said.
He warned Oregonians of what's coming if we don't heed Al, George W., the prince and Chicken Little: "Reduced water supplies, more forest fires than in previous decades, changes in crop production, more heat waves afflicting our cities and a greater intensity in storms."