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LONDON – Ending four decades of perfect attendance, Queen Elizabeth II will skip the biennial meeting of Commonwealth leaders later this year as part of a rethink by palace officials of long-distance travel and public events for the 87-year-old...
Tags: United Kingdom, Government, Sri Lanka, Australia, Elizabeth II
MEXICO CITY -- The former dictator of Guatemala, Efrain Rios Montt, on Thursday took the stand for the first time in his genocide trial and said he did not order the slaughter of hundreds of indigenous Maya. Rios Montt’s sometimes contentious...
WaterfordOn Tuesday, May 21 at 7 p.m., you are invited to attend 'An Evening with Jacques Pepin.' The iconic author of 26 cookbooks, a personal chef to three heads of state, and a friend of Julia Child, will speak on life, his lifetime in the kitchen and his...
Tags: Government, Julia Child, Politics
The Hartford CourantThe U.S. Navy on Friday finalized its rules for the rebooted competition to replace the president's aging fleet of Marine One helicopters. Sikorsky, a division of United Technologies Corp. that has supplied the helicopters that act as Marine One for the...
This post has been updated. See below. MEXICO CITY — President Obama arrived for his two-day diplomatic mission to Mexico on Thursday afternoon with a 54% favorability rating among Mexicans, according to one national poll [link in Spanish]....
New LondonIn Southeastern Connecticut, the War of 1812 was up-close and personal. Most people know that the British attacked both Essex and Stonington. However, few people know about the other local events in that war. In Niantic, the British burned the bridge at...
A recent federal court decision will require the owner of a downtown building to maintain its ventilation system, improving air quality at nearby Union Station by sucking out diesel fumes from the station's tunnels. The old post office will have to...
Tribune reporterA recent federal court decision will improve air quality at Union Station by requiring the owners of the Old Post Office to maintain its ventilation system to prevent diesel fumes from backing up in the adjacent station, Sen. Dick Durbin, D-Ill., said...
Imagine you are a benevolent monarch and you have the power to institute a sales tax. (Even benevolent government has to be financed, after all.) Would you set one up that gave preference to sellers located outside your kingdom and penalized your own...
AMSTERDAM — Even by the unconventional standards of the Dutch, their new king is going to be a bit of a novelty. He has a license to fly commercial airliners. He's married to a South American, a lively Argentine who's more popular than he is. He...
DALLAS -- Wiping away a tear, former President George W. Bush on Thursday dedicated the library, museum and policy center that bear his name. “Oh, happy day,” Bush told the crowd of about 8,000 in the bright Texas sunshine at the...
Eureka native Al Neuharth, whose founding of USA Today made him one of the most famous South Dakotans, died Friday at 89 at his home in Cocoa Beach, Fla. Neuharth changed American newspapers by putting easy-to-read articles and bright graphics in his...
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