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The Best (and Wackiest) Royal Jubilee Souvenirs

From queen-themed cookies to Union Jack umbrellas, the Brits are offering every kind of keepsake in celebration of Queen Elizabeth’s 60-year reign. (MORE on the...

Just call him the Fresh Prince: Charles Turns DJ

Who says a royal can’t rock the house? As seen in the video above, His Royal Highness Prince Charles showed off his turntable skills, dropping a beat during his...

The Wisdom Of Queens

Few remember now, but the regally wrinkled Queen Elizabeth II was once called the World's Sweetheart. Trained for her role from birth by her parents and various...

Foreign News: Ladies with Scepters

"Famous have been the reigns of our queens," said Winston Churchill last week. Britain's two golden ages—the Elizabethan and the Victorian—bore the names of...

Heir Apparent

The Duchess of Cambridge is a "traditional boozer," says Simon Waind, in a traitorous-sounding turn of phrase. He means his West London pub and not the world's...

Must-Reads from Around the World

The E.U. and Singapore agree on a free-trade deal, Wal-Mart allegedly used bribes to expand in Mexico and Queen Elizabeth II attends a cabinet meeting for the...

World

Twilight of the Great Media Mogul? 1 | U.S. The board of Rupert Murdoch's News Corp. approved a plan on June 27 that would split the conglomerate's publishing...

Briefing

'We tell Wisconsin, we tell our country ... voters really do want leaders who stand up and make the tough decisions.' 1. SCOTT WALKER, Republican governor of...

Must-Reads From Around the World: June 1, 2012

Blame, Banks, and Bailouts – As it emerges that Spain’s foundering banks may soon need a bailout, the New York Times argues that the cost of this rescue would...

Must-Reads from Around the World, May 15, 2012

Deal in Nepal - The Kathmandu Post reports that Nepal’s major political parties have agreed to a future form of governance, with executive powers split between a...