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British Couple Has 1940s-Themed Wedding and Takes Fabulous Photos
How does a couple who loves history get married? With a 1940s-themed wedding, of course. When British couple Ria Chambers and Jonathan Jefferies wed last month, the two stayed true to their theme -- down to their proposal. Jefferies, 40, who met his future bride in a "living history group" that
Flood of Tributes for Queen Elizabeth on Her 90th Birthday
Queen Elizabeth II turns 90 as Britain's oldest and longest-reigning monarch
Queen Elizabeth II at 90: A Look at Highs, Lows of Her Reign
Queen Elizabeth II marks her 90th birthday on Thursday as Britons and many throughout the world celebrate her long and dignified reign
Some Pretty Crazy Things Have Gone Down in These 9 Iconic Hotels
Hotels around the world have played major roles in history. For centuries, hotels have been the sites of scandals, parties and secrets. Prizes have been dreamed up in hotels; iconic salads (yes, really) have been invented in hotels; the world's most famous speeches have been drafted in hotels. So
Queen Elizabeth II Becomes Longest-Reigning British Monarch: 63 Things to Know About Her 63 Years on the Throne
Queen Elizabeth II made history today, becoming Britain’s longest-reigning monarch, at 63 years. The Queen, 89, surpassed her great-great-grandmother, Queen Victoria, reigning for 63 years and 217 days. She has outlasted 12 U.S. presidents, 12 British prime ministers and 7 popes during her reign.
German Law: Parents of Intersex Kids Can Pick 'Gender Undetermined'
On Nov. 1, Germany became the first European nation to recognize a third gender for babies born with ambiguous genitalia. No longer will newborns be rigidly assigned to male or female. The new law doesn't require parents to declare any gender for such children, allowing parents to declare gender
Is Baby Male or Female? Germans Offer Third Gender
Germany is soon to be the first European nation to legally recognize a third gender in cases of babies born with ambiguous genitalia. No longer will newborns be rigidly assigned male or female. The law, designed to fight discrimination, will go into effect Nov. 1, according to Der Spiegel. Parents
Could Queen Elizabeth Abdicate?
The newspapers over the last couple of days must have made interesting reading for Prince Charles. Queen Beatrix of the Netherlands has unexpectedly announced that she will step aside to allow her son, Crown Prince Willem-Alexander, to come to the throne. The popular 74-year-old Dutch...
Elizabeth: The Early Years
Princess Elizabeth was only ten years old when she moved here to Buckingham Palace. Her father had just become king and this is where the king's family lived. As beautiful as the palace was it did have its drawbacks with 775. it wasn't exactly cozy. And with forty foot high ceilings. It can also