Sinn Fein chief gears up for No. 10 Downing St. meeting Adams is upbeat on Blair despite office space woes
Move to reign in terrorism deals blow to American justice system
Days may be numbered in the House of Lords Those born to rule could be cast out
New play shows royal romance as tragedy, farce Drama: In two hours, the play "HRH" sets out to demolish the lives and loves of the Duke and Duchess of Windsor.
Regal line of royal dolls Art: Small wonders' coronation at the BMA.
America's fascination with Britain's monarchy Fantasy: There is a genuine, healthy-enough thirst, but Elizabeth II is not serving it well.
Seeking a way to de-nuke nuclear waste
A Royal Mess Biography: Hard on the heels of Princess Diana's death, Kitty Kelley's new book 'The Royals' has been rushed onto the market. Her timing is impeccable, even if the shaky reporting is not.
The British monarchy after Diana Prime minister's advice: Modernize, adapt to public opinion and carry on.
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Tears and silence accompany Diana on her last journey Sadness and solemnity of funeral procession transfix spectators; FAREWELL TO A PRINCESS
Call of the wild Designer Lynn Chase turned a lifelong love of animals into a successful career in home furnishings -- and conservation.
Royal lineage Tracing 160 years of British queens, kings, princes and princesses
Britain weeps for Diana Westminster Abbey service reflects upon joys of her life; Celebrated in poetry, song; As notables gather to mourn, focus is on her two young sons; FAREWELL TO A PRINCESS
Criticisms, theories take tentative steps In death as in life, enemies follow Diana; conspiracy of hoax suggested on Web; DIANA, PRINCESS OF WALES: 1961-1997
Details of the service
In Memory of Diana, wheelchairs and song Royals offer PTC gestures by the hour, more details for funeral
Diana's death widens gap between Britons and royalty Populace sees stoicism as unacceptable coldness
Opera titan Bing dies
British worry about the boys Princes: With Diana's death, will William and Harry lose the, shall we say, common touch their mother tried to teach them? Or will they now adopt their father's more formal bearing?
'Unique funeral for a unique person' Diana will be buried Saturday, with service fit for the people
Charles escorts Diana's body back to Britain World watches in disbelief as coffin arrives; Funeral details due today; Public fury grows over circumstances of princess' death
Monty Roberts: learning the language of horses
Hard road to the throne Charles yearns to become King Charles III, but numerous obstacles, including his mother, could keep him from attaining that lifelong dream.
Historic Oella Mill has become intriguing arts center to explore
Politically correct new coins Euro: A Belgian coin designer should have been a diplomat. His design of the European Union's new coins seemed to do the impossible -- satisfy all 15 member states.
Class of '97 shows its stuff, and the gardener is so proud
New tenant moves to No. 10 Labor's Blair arrives; Conservatives' Major departs to retirement fTC
In Britain, Blair's turn to put house in order Long out of power, Labor faces high expectations, little cash, busy 100 days
Princess helps dedicate Land Rover headquarters
67,000 tons of luxury, QE2 sails on Liner: The Queen Elizabeth 2, which made a brief stop in Baltimore yesterday, boasts fewer frills than in past years but is still regarded as the epitome of cruise ships.
Hungry 'worm' eats away at Big Apple Epidemic: Worm-like mollusks are devouring the wooden piers of New York City's waterfront.
Major on verge of taking up gauntlet British leader appears ready to accept rival's challenge to debate
Bathtub Ladies sing this song: Doo-dah
'Sewer, Gas & Electric': Whither the wired?
Future of British monarchy debated on national television After raucous discussion, call-in voters say yes to royals, no to King Charles
As year 2000 nears, many make big party plans Celebrations: Some prime hotels are already overbooked, and at least one adventure-travel company has sold out trips to the pyramids and Taj Mahal.
Michelangelo drawings on display in Washington National Gallery of Art features Renaissance master through Jan. 5
British manners slide on thin ice in December Holiday: Civility takes a back seat when the Christmas season arrives in London, with shoppers jamming stores and the decibel level rising.
Prince Philip apologizes for remarks on British gun ban Cricket bat comparison offends Dunblane parents
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Quebec seeks to move vice-royal's quarters Cabinet minister says move would help budget
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THE DEAD ZONE Cemeteries: Sinister plots and graceful graves tell histories befitting Halloween.
William S. Langston, 98, British World War I veteran
Britain's grand embassy adds sparkle to Washington House fit for welcoming royalty or seating 120 at a formal dinner
Hollywood re-creates old glamour Museum: Tinseltown XTC celebrates itself in a bright complex full of film clips, videos and displays.
Turf looks like European preserve Two Cup races have continental favorites
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