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...
Michelle Obama is apparently an excellent history student. Certainly she's learned from the example of other great figures from years past how to look wonderful without undue extravagance.
Few can dispute that the Obamas' charm offensive succeeded, for now, in repositioning America's image on the world stage.
It was the hug seen around the world. First Queen Elizabeth reached out to put her arm around Michelle Obama and then Michelle without hesitation ret...
The notion of not touching the Queen is as quaint as the scenic little towns in New England. It's so... so last millennium.
The G-20 was not the only summit that was full of drama; more agonizing than watching the G-20 summit was keeping a tab on the Arab League's summit in Doha.
It's a bad day when I am reading about our First Lady's hip to bust ratio. We should be measuring her success not in what she wears, but in the potential she has to be a role model.
Whether Mrs. Obama knew beforehand or not that one shouldn't touch the queen, I can't believe that she was deliberately throwing protocol out the window.