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By Emily Miller
Obama is losing the debate on gun ownership, concealed-carry permits
Topic - Palace Of Westminster
From the tombstone of Edgar Allan Poe, one can reach the street by taking a narrow dirt path between two tall stone mausoleums and crouching for a few steps underneath a portion of Westminster Hall.
Welcome to Eastminster? After hosting record-breaking athletes and jubilant crowds, east London's Olympic Park could find its next tenants are British lawmakers who may have to temporarily quit their storied home amid major repairs to the centuries-old complex.
Britain's iconic Houses of Parliament in London could close for up to five years while essential repairs are carried out, the Sunday Times newspaper said.
The United Kingdom's famed city provided the backdrop not only for the latest Olympics but for some classic movies.
Edgar Allan Poe fans waited long past a midnight dreary, but it appears annual visits to the writer's grave in Baltimore by a mysterious figure called the "Poe Toaster" will occur nevermore.
Edgar Allan Poe fans waited long past a midnight dreary, but it appears annual visits to the writer's grave in Baltimore by a mysterious figure called the "Poe Toaster" shall occur nevermore.
British poet Ted Hughes was honored Tuesday with a memorial stone in Poets' Corner in Westminster Abbey, joining a line of great British writers going back to Chaucer.
Despite all the fanfare of his recently completed grand tour of Europe, President Obama still doesn't come across as an American leader of weight, principle or conviction.
Barack Obama doesn't move Americans as he once did. The eloquence once thought cast in gold has been revealed as sounding brass and tinkling cymbal. But he found comfort in a warm, wet time warp in London. You couldn't blame him if he had sent Michelle on to Paris alone, with just her Secret Service bodyguards.
Weaving together strands of pomp, policy and summitry, President Barack Obama's weeklong European tour is all about tending to old friends in the Western alliance and securing their help with daunting challenges, from the political upheaval in the Mideast and North Africa to the protracted war in Afghanistan.