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Royalty, A-listers and deep-pocketed philanthropists sipped flutes of Champagne as they ambled among priceless works of art on Tuesday, when the world famous Louvre Museum rolled out the red carpet for a glitzy charity gala.
The wait is over for Cale Yarborough and Darrell Waltrip. The championship-winning drivers with a bumpy personal connection are headed to the NASCAR Hall of Fame.
Arnaud de Borchgrave's column "Netanyahu's conundrum" (Commentary, June 8) notes that Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu's speech rejecting a return to the 1967 border lines received more standing ovations from a joint session of the U.S. Congress than President Obama received for his last State of the Union message. Unfortunately, the rest of the world is not as sympathetic to Israel's plight.
It's a safe bet that the Louvre Museum, that hallowed sanctum that houses the Venus de Milo, the Mona Lisa and countless other priceless artistic treasures, has never seen moves quite like Janet Jackson's.
Welcome to "The Hangover," Cairo edition. The widespread grass-roots protests that broke out in Egypt this spring succeeded in accomplishing what many skeptics doubted they could: ousting long-serving strongman Hosni Mubarak and ending his 30-year authoritarian rule. But now, some four months on, Egypt's revolution is obviously on the skids.
Mexican central banker Agustin Carstens said Monday that the next leader of the International Monetary Fund should not be European because those nations are borrowing heavily from the lending organization.
The Czech Republic is racing to reclaim valuable artworks it loaned to museums across Europe before they can be seized in a battle over a $500 million judgment to a businessman who says the government slandered him.
Peugeot's hopes of breaking Audi's domination in the 24 Hours of Le Mans this weekend has become more challenging thanks to Audi producing a faster car.
Ronaldo's career with Brazil's national team came to an emotional end as he was given a send-off during Tuesday's friendly game against Romania.