During a much-discussed Rolling Stone interview, President Obama was asked what's on his iPod. He named artists and bands that reflect an eclectic mix...
The only four surviving tapestries designed by Raphael will soon be exhibited at London's Victoria and Albert Museum for a unique exhibition granting the audience a privilege Raphael himself never had.
A relatively small percentage of Americans eat a la the Europeans. Yet almost all the movies I've lately been watching show American characters eating the "continental" way. The question is why?
Queen Elizabeth II addressed the UN General Assembly for the first time since 1957. The 2010 speech by the 84 year-old queen was much meatier than the 9 paragraphs she recited in 1957 and the sense of history was palpable.
I was coached by my longtime friend Elton John on the etiquette when greeting the Queen. He told me to say "Good morning, Your Majesty," and how to address her when she asked questions.
Even if aliens planned to travel to Earth to warn humans against destroying their own planet, Dr. Hawking said, "If they showed up now and took a look around they'd be like, 'Oops, too late.'"
The waiting is almost over. Now, the number number two most anticipated election -- next to the US's presidential one -- in the world gets going for real.
Should the Salahis be boiled, flogged, or has the media made it much more than it really was?
William Shawcross has won the favor of his fellow monarchists by taking the Queen Mother's curdled life and presenting it as the best of British.
The CEO of the UK-India Business Council discusses her thoughts on the way the British do business in India, compared with their American counterparts.
BBB is quite possibly the most unforgettable emotional roller-coaster ride of camp and bone-tickling fun.
When we become aware of the impossibility of external permanence, we can begin to cultivate the only thing that can give true security: inner peace.
The latest trans-Atlantic trend swap's got the Queen and Sir Paul stealing a page from the U.S.-led "Eat The View" kitchen garden revival and the Meatless Monday movement.
Allow me to fill you in on all the dangerous, deadly, evil subtexts to your favorite fond memories...so that you'll never be so foolish as to enjoy them for what they are on their faces, again!
People who haven't memorized Shakespeare's First Folio. You will be asked to recite it from memory at Passport Control. Even if you're on a connecting flight.
Still reigning, still smiling, after 56 years! The Glorious Queen Elizabeth Rose Who has worked harder or better, and so long, at a tiresomely t...