Hear ye, hear ye! Nothing brings Londoners together quite like the birth of a royal baby.For real.Photos from 1948, 1982 and 2013 document the fact that people’s wild elation over the arrival of a royal firstborn hasn’t waned.
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The American Civil Liberties Union has called on officials in Massachusetts and Florida to conduct independent investigations into the shooting death of a man by an FBI agent.
The Massachusetts State Police photographer who leaked pictures of the Boston Marathon bomber manhunt has been placed on restricted desk duty after a closed-door hearing Tuesday.Sgt.
The outrage is clear, but the impact on Rolling Stone’s bottom line is not.
Mo Elleithee says it’s sad that some called Obama’s heartfelt remarks racially divisive. On the contrary, he was describing divisions all kind of Americans face
David Weinberger says the Tsarnaev cover counters our desire to think that those who attack us must be unlike us, rather than examining how someone like us becomes someone who hates us
Talk about battle scars. A broken tooth lodged in the fused tail vertebrae of a hadrosaur is evidence of a dinnertime face-off between Tyrannosaurus rex and the duck-billed dinosaur. But this time, the hunter went hungry, and the hadrosaur carried off a trophy. “T.
Just like the rest of the world, Prince William’s stepmother hopes the newest member of the royal family will arrive sooner than later. Camilla, Duchess of Cornwall, announced during a visit to a children’s hospice on Monday that “we’re all waiting at the end of the telephone.
CAIRO — Egypt swore in its first Cabinet on Tuesday since President Mohammed Morsi was thrown out of office, putting relative liberals in charge of key ministries and shutting out Islamist groups that were elected into power last year.
The stifling heat wave in the East stretched New York’s emergency crews, triggered power outage and made for potentially dangerous overnight temperatures — and the worst may be to come.Temperatures Tuesday hit the mid-90s for another day across the Eastern U.S.
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