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  • Duchess of Cambridge designer favorite comes to L.A.

     
    One of the Duchess of Cambridge's favorite fashion designers, Katherine Hooker, is expanding her business in America. She is coming to L.A. for two trunk shows....
  • Book review: 'The Memory Chalet'

    Book review: 'The Memory Chalet'
    Nights were the worst. In September 2008, Tony Judt was diagnosed with ALS, also known as Lou Gehrig's disease, a neurodegenerative condition that attacks first the arms and legs, then the breathing and speech of its victims. By December, Judt had lost...
  • UK Politics: Is Ed Miliband The New Tony Blair?

    UK Politics: Is Ed Miliband The New Tony Blair?
    Britain's Labour Party on Saturday announced Ed Miliband as its new leader Saturday, four months after Prime Minister Gordon Brown resigned from the post when his party lost the election. Several rounds of voting were required to determine Saturday's...
  • Travel Postcard: 48 hours in Cambridge, England

    CAMBRIDGE (Reuters) - Got 48 hours to explore the colleges, pubs, green spaces and leafy towpaths of Cambridge, England? Reuters correspondents with local knowledge help visitors get the most out of a visit to the city that is home to one of world's...
  • Royal Couple Delay Honeymoon After Lavish Wedding

    Royal Couple Delay Honeymoon After Lavish Wedding
    REUTERS - Following a spectacular Royal Wedding that dazzled the world, Prince William will go back to work as a search-and-rescue pilot next week before taking his new wife on honeymoon abroad. The new Duke and Duchess of Cambridge, looking fresh...
  • John Oliver At Foxwoods Saturday

    John Oliver At Foxwoods Saturday
    John Oliver's career as lead correspondent on "The Daily Show," active standup performer and occasional actor in TV and movie comedies is quite different from the goals he had at prestigious University of Cambridge. "I studied English in college, which...
  • Archbishop Of Canterbury To Step Down

    Archbishop Of Canterbury To Step Down
    REPORTING FROM LONDON -- Archbishop of Canterbury Rowan Williams announced Friday that he would step down at year's end after a decade of leading the worldwide Anglican Communion at a time of continued controversy over the role of women and gays and...
  • U.K. ponders, decides girls and Catholics are OK

    U.K. ponders, decides girls and Catholics are OK
    Sons and daughters of British monarchs will have an equal right to the throne under changes to the United Kingdom's succession laws agreed to Friday, British Prime Minister David Cameron said. The leaders of the 16 Commonwealth countries that have the...
  • Risk of disease partially set in womb, scientists say

    Risk of disease partially set in womb, scientists say
    Pregnant women sacrifice many of life's simple pleasures — caffeine, sushi, a glass of wine — in the hope that their baby will be born healthy. But according to a provocative new field of research, what happens during pregnancy can have...
  • Queen's Balcony Wave, Flypast, Cap Jubilee Celebrations

    Queen's Balcony Wave, Flypast, Cap Jubilee Celebrations
    London -- Queen Elizabeth II's Diamond Jubilee celebrations reached a climax Tuesday as she and other members of the royal family appeared on the balcony of Buckingham Palace for a flypast. Aircraft from the Battle of Britain -- including Spitfires and a...
  • British college towns won't leave you bored

    British college towns won't leave you bored
    Ever since the first homework was assigned at the University of Oxford in 1167, the stellar graduates of British universities have influenced Western civilization. But that doesn't mean that Britain's three oldest college towns are stodgy. Though you...
  • Research Finds That Many Older People Can't Get Up After a Fall

    Research Finds That Many Older People Can't Get Up After a Fall
    About 35 percent of people over age 65 fall in their homes at least once each year. That figure increases to 50 percent for those ages 75 and over. We have less information on falls among people over age 85, who are mostly women and now make up the...