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Latest Wales Items
Keep an eye on the mailbox _ Britain's Prince William and bride-to-be Kate Middleton have sent out invites to their hotly anticipated royal wedding to around 1,900 guests.
Elvis Presley Enterprises said it's suing men in Florida and England on claims of copyright infringement and illegal sale of a DVD and CD box set of recordings and footage of the singer's performances.
A Europe-based disc jockey is disputing a British court ruling against him in a trademark infringement lawsuit filed by Elvis Presley Enterprises.
Opera star Dame Margaret Price, considered one of the world's leading sopranos, has died at her home in Wales. She was 69.
A New Jersey man is going on trial in the fatal stabbing of a man once considered among Britain's 50 most eligible bachelors.
Three former Anglican bishops were ordained as Catholic priests Saturday, becoming the first ex-bishops to take advantage of a new Vatican system designed to make it easier for Anglicans to embrace Roman Catholicism.
Queen Elizabeth II and her family are gathering at Sandringham Estate to exchange gifts on Christmas Eve without Prince William, who's on military duty.
Lord Chief Justice Igor Judge, the head of the judiciary in England and Wales, said the use of "unobtrusive, hand held, virtually silent" equipment to give live text updates was unlikely to interfere with the administration of justice.
It's the tweet smell of success for courtroom microbloggers in Britain.