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The Fonz has earned some respect.
Bathed in sunshine, the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge arrived Friday in Southern California's vacation playground. But within minutes of touching down at the airport, they were whisked off to work.
Bathed in sunshine and under clear blue skies, the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge arrived Friday in Southern California's vacation playground. But within minutes of touching down, they were whisked off to work.
The Obama administration retaliated against the leftist government of Equador Thursday by expelling Ambassador Luis Gallegos, two days after the South American nation kicked out the U.S. ambassador.
The Obama administration might seem confused about the war aims in Libya, but the British are as clear as Waterford crystal.
The Conservative-led British government is considering naming an atheist and halfhearted socialist who has justified terrorism as its next ambassador to the United States, according to a London newspaper with close ties to left-wing political circles.
The British government is defending its ambassador in Washington against predictions that he will be the scapegoat in the embarrassing, tangled web involving Libya, the Lockerbie bomber and a massive contract for the London-based BP oil giant.
The British ambassador is defending the decision last year to release the Libyan terrorist serving a life sentence for the Lockerbie plane bombing, after four U.S. senators demanded an investigation into reports that Libya paid a British doctor to claim he had only three months to live.
In London, U.S. Ambassador Louis Susman is fending off criticism that President Obama displayed an anti-British attitude in his attacks on BP over the oil disaster in the Gulf of Mexico.