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  • New Susan Boyle: Jonathan Antoine floors 'Britain's Got Talent'

     
    Next Susan Boyle: Jonathan Antoine shocks and brings tears to audience members' eyes on "Britain's Got Talent." Jonathan Antoine's talent has brought comparisons to that of Susan Boyle. But some worry that he's emotionally fragile....
  • British scandal: Did Downing Street meals have donations on the side?

     
    British Prime Minister David Cameron has been embarrassed by an undercover video of a Conservative Party official offering access to him and other government leaders in exchange for big donations. Cameron released details Monday of meals he has hosted for...
  • Archbishop of Canterbury to step down

     
    The Archbishop of Canterbury announced Friday that he would step down from his post at the end of the year. Rowan Williams, the leader of the worldwide Anglican Communion, is resigning as Anglicans squabble over the role of women and gays and lesbians...
  • The papacy -- the job of a lifetime but not a lifetime job

     
    Rowan Williams, the archbishop of Canterbury, has announced that he is stepping down at the end of the year to return to academic life. Williams is 61. Meanwhile, another professor turned prelate, Pope Benedict XVI, remains in office at the......
  • L.A. Phil's Borda and Bohnett to attend White House dinner

     
    LA Philharmonic chairman David Bohnett with his guest Deborah Borda, president and CEO of the LA Phil, will be attending a White House state dinner tonight honoring British Prime Minister David Cameron and his wife Samantha Cameron....
  • Scotland Yard arrests six people in phone-hacking scandal

     
    Police in Britain arrest six people Tuesday in connection with the phone-hacking scandal, including a woman identified in media reports as Rebekah Brooks, the former confidant of media titan Rupert Murdoch. The arrests took place during early-morning...
  • Hostages killed in Nigeria before rescuers reach them

     
    A Briton and an Italian held hostage by suspected terrorists for 10 months are killed by their kidnappers in Nigeria before a rescue operation can reach them, British Prime Minister David Cameron says. An Islamic militant group is suspected....
  • Britain's press watchdog, criticized as toothless, is disbanding

     
    Britain's press watchdog, widely derided as toothless, is being disbanded, a victim of the phone-hacking scandal. Critics said the Press Complaints Commission's hesitant and weak response to the scandal showed it was not up to the job....
  • Opera review: 'Death of KIinghoffer' at English National Opera

     
    Mark Swed reviews English National Opera's new production of John Adams' "The Death of Klinghoffer." There is no controversy, thanks, no doubt, to a combination of political soft-pedaling, strong theater and great music well performed....
  • Nigerian ex-governor pleads guilty in U.K. to money laundering

     
    Ex-Nigerian governor, James Ibori, pleads guilty to money laundering and fraud. Fomerly one of Nigerian's most influenital politicians, the former governor of Nigeria's oil-rich Delta state, James Ibori, accused by British police of stealing $250...
  • J.K. Rowling to publish book for adults with Little, Brown

     
    "Harry Potter" author J.K. Rowling will publish her first book for adults....