Pierre Franey, 75, the French chef who...
Shrivers open hearts and home for the Best Buddies' ball
Cruise industry's big event is a thing called Destiny Vacation: Carnival is about to launch the world's largest cruise ship, and other lines are readying newer, larger vessels as well.
Car rental firms impose age limits
Theroux's 'Life' -- memoir? novel?
Scottish treasure returning home Heritage: After centuries in England, an ancient royal symbol is leaving Westminster Abbey for Scotland.
The Sun's coverage of the Naval AcademyThere...
Diggers at Jamestown find traces of original 1607 fort Artifacts, grave give hints of Colonial life
BUCKLE UP Fashion: Step into the season's best looks with shoes adorned with miniature horses' bits.
Modernizing the monarchy? Reforms mooted: The royal family does not define its own position in the British nation.
Diana, Charles are single today Divorced: The Prince and Princess of Wales officially end their 15-year, soap opera marriage today. Already the prince is being advised not to wed "the other woman," Camilla Parker Bowles.
Chefs to heads of state remain slow to gossip, quick to sample
A CANTERBURY TALE Town: Thomas a Becket was killed in the cathedral, and Geoffrey Chaucer related the tales of those who came on pilgrimage to the site. Now it is a tourist attraction, where modern hype and history meet.
Sir Geoffrey Jellicoe,95, leading landscape architect who...
The royal divorce Anti-climax: British monarchy is weakened, but this is not the cause.
Diana takes cash and lets a title go Royals: The divorce proceedings of Britain's Prince Charles and Princess Diana begin Monday, but the terms of estrangement have already been set.
Crude behavior stands out in a sea of patience
Charles tells Diana his terms for divorce $23 million-plus, stipend are rumored
All England's storied ground Wimbledon: Genteel Wimbledon doesn't seem fazed by the thousands of fans drawn to the annual tennis rite. It wasn't always that way. Years ago it was a good place to get shot in a duel.
Dickie's final sticky wicket Farewell: Harold Dennis "Dickie" Bird, an eccentric cricket umpire, retires this week as one of England's most beloved sports figures.
Bomb injures more than 200 in heart of Manchester, England Major says blast has all the signs of an IRA attack
Architect's devotion is for the books Library: Colin St John Wilson has been working on the new British Library since 1962, but hasn't given up on his vision as it slowly takes form in London.
Ward working to revive Cunard New chief executive showed his abilities mending Rolls-Royce; Cruise lines
Castle renovated on a royal scale Re-creation: At Windsor Castle, 150 artisans are using traditional techniques to restore the glory of ornate rooms ruined in a 1992 fire.
Today in history: May 15In 1886, poet...
Justin J. Finger,69, a lawyer who spent...
A Rosy View Of May Mornings
Fatal Delusions Tragedy: Betty Keat's descent into mental illness, her refusal of treatment and her harassment of her neighbors, and her death by police bullets raise questions about how society responds to people with severe psychiatric problems.
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Now Fergie gets to walk royal plank Party's over: Attorneys in London announce divorce of Prince Andrew and Sarah, ending their nearly 10-year marriage.
9-1 O's streak back for 7-6 victory Down 5 runs in fifth, club confidently tracks down Twins; HRs in 8th, 9th tie, win it; Johnson uses bullpen as if he had the lead
WPOC-FM eliminates afternoon news People's choice: The station's research showed that its audience would rather hear more music.
Prince takes his turn at saga The documentary: Look at abdication of Edward VIII notable for who's behind the camera.
The Peak of Cheap Roughing it: In the Canadian Rockies, visitors can find inexpensive accommodations in hostels, where lodging is rustic and guests bunk together and sometimes share the chores.
Governor's trouble in paradise Despised figure: Queen Elizabeth's man in the Caribbean colony of Turks and Caicos has managed to offend just about everybody.
Shattered Dunblane tries to understand Dunblane grieves: Villagers remember 16 children and their teacher slain in their school. "Evil visited us," the principal said. "We don't know why dTC and I guess we never will."
'They were happy kids' 16 children, teacher slain in Scotland; gunman kills self
"Doc" Tate Nevaquaya,63, a Comanche flutist and...
As Maryland goes, so goes New York?Hamas...
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Britain, Ireland agree on date for all-party N. Ireland peace talks IRA must re-establish cease-fire to participate
Diana agrees to a divorce Palace says details are being worked out
The 8th Earl of Warwick, 61, who...
Upper crust gets low-down The queen: A new "tell-all" biography of Queen Elizabeth is from the pen of a viscountess, and the British establishment is steamed.
Ginger The Spice with Snap Hot stuff: Ginger adds a little spice to dishes from entrees to desserts.
Britain's royal soap opera (cont'd) The Diana threat: Queen Elizabeth commands a speedy divorce.
Nita Barrow, 79, governor-general of Barbados and...
The Fairy-tale marriage has turned into a pumpkin
A madrigal feast fit for Elizabethan king Singing in tunic: The Bach Society wassails for supper at its annual fund-raiser.
Hailing 'special relationship,' Clinton wins over Parliament President praises peacemakers, affirms U.S. role in Europe