Saint Helena News
First Commercial Flight Lands in St . Helena
St. Helena Island welcomed its first commercial airliner Monday. The British Airways Boeing 737 touched down on the runway shortly after noon. According to reports, it was a trial flight from Johannesburg. Regular service is scheduled to begin from the South African city next month. The remote
First Commercial Airliner Lands in St . Helena
British Airways will soon offer regular service from Johannesburg to St. Helena.
Donald Trump on Profanity, Vanity and Keeping It Real
"The View" co-hosts discuss some of the qualities that distinguish the GOP front-runner from his fellow presidential competitors.
Napoleon's Relics Hit the Auction Block
A 200-year-old shirt that Napoleon Bonaparte wore in his final days are among the treasure trove of items belonging to the former emperor that will be auctioned later this month in France. Among the other items on the auction block are Napoleon’s ivory cane,...
Napoleon and Josephine's Engagement Ring Sells for $949,000
The engagement ring the young Napoleon "must have broken his wallet" to buy for his fiancee Josephine shattered expectations today at the Osenat auction house in France when it sold for close to $1 million, Osenat's expert Jean-Christophe Chataignier said. The winning bidder, who wanted to stay
Napoleon and Josephine's Engagement Ring Auction Is Rich in History
Napoleon's symbol of love for Josephine will go on sale at an auction house near Paris on March 24.
The Royal Wedding Official Guest List
Selected Guest List for the Wedding Service at Westminster Abbey View the Westminster Abbey Seating Chart The following are all confirmed attendees at the Royal Wedding as of April 23, 2011: Members of the British Royal Family The Queen The Duke of Edinburgh The Prince of Wales and The Duchess of
Edwards Talks Two Americas in Historic South Carolina
ABC News' Raelyn Johnson reports: Making a campaign stop in Penn Center-Durah Hall on St. Helena Island, S.C., home of the first school for freed African-American slaves, Edwards revived his campaign message of two Americas. “I was in this historic...
What Killed Napoleon?
Napoleon Bonaparte died in exile in 1821. But his story never does. His personal physician reported on his death certificate that Napoleon died of stomach cancer, but scientists, historians and enthusiasts have questioned the conclusion repeatedly over the last two centuries. Surely, said many, he
100s of Radio Stations in Payola Probe
INVESTIGATIONS U.S. 100s of Radio Stations in Payola Probe FCC Commissioner: Evidence of 'Systematic Betrayal of the Responsibility of Broadcasters' ( ABC News ) Ex-CIA Official Faults Use of Data on Iraq Officer who headed U.S. intelligence on Middle East until last year accuses administration of