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What has happened to director Stephen Frears? The filmmaker of so many satisfying and sophisticated comedies and dramas has seemed a bit off his game since his best picture Oscar nomination for 2006's brilliant "The Queen," with Helen Mirren as Queen...
CNNLONDON -- Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge, left hospital Thursday morning, three days after being admitted for acute morning sickness. She emerged from the hospital accompanied by her husband Prince William and was driven away by a waiting car. A St....
This post has been corrected. See the note below for details.LONDON -- A hoax call from Australia duped staff at the London hospital where Catherine Middleton, the duchess of Cambridge, was recovering from acute morning sickness into giving details of her condition, the medical facility revealed Wednesday. The...
LONDON -- The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge, heirs to the British throne, are expecting their first baby, Buckingham Palace announced on Monday. Confirmation came from the royal household after Kate Middleton, Queen Elizabeth’s daughter-in-law,...
Confession: We got a bit too excited when we heard the news today that Kate Middleton's expecting a little royal baby. Apparently, so did everyone else. We've rounded up the best (er, funniest) reactions to Will and Kate's big news. "#royalbaby is...
LEESBURG — Many windows of the former Citizens National Bank on Citizens Boulevard showcased Florida history through about two dozen 8-foot-high decorative plastic-mosaic murals created by Coral Gables architectural artist J.D. Van Atten in the late...
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Change of SubjectA few weeks ago on "The Savage Lovecast," Dan Savage's podcast, he played a call from a woman wracked with pain over the unexpected death of her fiancee. "I just don't know how to live," she said through sobs. "I......
With the dust settling after the Nov. 6 elections, one group is looking like the biggest losers of all — Christian conservatives. Writing for Religious News Service, David Gibson says that “the religious right encountered defeat at almost...
LONDON — Has anyone built a better "Mousetrap"? Britons just getting over celebrations of Queen Elizabeth II's diamond jubilee are now in the throes of another: the 60th anniversary of the world's longest-running play, "The Mousetrap" by Agatha...
There is much we do not know about history, and one of America's most intriguing mysteries has to do with one of the earliest settlements on the continent. In 1584, the English explorers Philip Amadas and Arthur Barlowe returned home with fantastic tales...
Tags: Lynn University, Mystery (genre)
LONDON - The Regent's Canal towpath is a tough trail. It is narrow, crowded, bumpy with cobblestones in places, and bicyclists often end up in the canal. There are narrow passageways under bridges, wide enough for one person, who must duck. As an...
California Flag is the senior citizen of racehorses this weekend at Santa Anita. The 8-year-old gelding will try to become the oldest horse to win a Breeders' Cup race. "He's getting whiter and whiter," trainer Brian Koriner said Wednesday morning of the...
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