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The Getaway: Visiting Windsor Before the Royal Wedding: A Guide

The Getaway: Visiting Windsor Before the Royal Wedding: A Guide

The upcoming marriage of Prince Harry and his fiancée, Meghan Markle, is generating a frenzy of interest among travelers.

Vows: A Wedding Amid Strand’s Rare Books

Adam J. Kurtz and Mitchell Kuga were married in the rare books room at the Strand Bookstore in New York. Their wedding day, Dec. 1, was the five-year anniversary of their relationship. Glimpse their
South Korea Seizes Ship Suspected of Sending Oil to North Korea

South Korea Seizes Ship Suspected of Sending Oil to North Korea

An undated photo of the Lighthouse Winmore, a Hong Kong-flagged vessel suspected of transferring oil to North Korea in violation of United Nations sanctions.
Mumbai Restaurant Fire Kills at Least 14

Mumbai Restaurant Fire Kills at Least 14

The fire at an rooftop restaurant in Mumbai, India, on Friday killed at least 14 people.
Italy’s President Dissolves Parliament and Officially Opens Election Season

Italy’s President Dissolves Parliament and Officially Opens Election Season

Prime Minister Paolo Gentiloni of Italy spoke during his end-of-year news conference in Rome on Thursday.
Iran and Saudis’ Latest Power Struggle: Expanding Rights for Women

Iran and Saudis’ Latest Power Struggle: Expanding Rights for Women

Saudi cheerleaders at a breast cancer awareness campaign called Shoot for a Cause, which brought together 3,000 women for a basketball tournament in November. Men were not allowed to attend.
U.S. to Roll Back Safety Rules Created After Deepwater Horizon Spill

U.S. to Roll Back Safety Rules Created After Deepwater Horizon Spill

The Deepwater Horizon drilling platform after an explosion in April 2010.
It’s Cold Outside. Cue the Trump Global Warming Tweet.

It’s Cold Outside. Cue the Trump Global Warming Tweet.

After a snowfall this week in Erie, Pa. Parts of the East Coast are bracing for record-breaking New Year’s Eve temperatures.
Trump Says Russia Inquiry Makes U.S. ‘Look Very Bad’

Trump Says Russia Inquiry Makes U.S. ‘Look Very Bad’

After playing golf on Thursday at Trump International Golf Club in West Palm Beach, Fla., President Trump said in an interview with The New York Times that he thought the Russia investigation “makes
Rose Marie, Showbiz Veteran and ‘Dick Van Dyke Show’ Star, Dies at 94

Rose Marie, Showbiz Veteran and ‘Dick Van Dyke Show’ Star, Dies at 94

Rose Marie in 2001 at a ceremony honoring her with a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame.
Even Sharks Are Freezing to Death: Winter Rages and the Nation Reels

Even Sharks Are Freezing to Death: Winter Rages and the Nation Reels

The Chicago River this week. Two cold-related deaths were reported in the Chicago area, where temperatures are expected to drop into the single digits this weekend.
The Most Expensive Mile of Subway Track on Earth

The Most Expensive Mile of Subway Track on Earth

Workers in the East Side Access tunnel, which will connect Grand Central Terminal in Manhattan with the Long Island Rail Road. The project’s costs have ballooned to nearly $3.5 billion for each new
Bronx Fire, City’s Deadliest in Decades, Kills at Least 12 and Injures More

Bronx Fire, City’s Deadliest in Decades, Kills at Least 12 and Injures More

Gusty winds fueled a deadly fire on Thursday at a five-story apartment building in the Belmont section of the Bronx.
Accused of Slowing Old iPhones, Apple Offers Battery Discounts

Accused of Slowing Old iPhones, Apple Offers Battery Discounts

Apple addressed criticism that it throttles the performance of iPhones with aging batteries to prevent device shutdowns with an apology that includes reducing the price of battery replacements by $50.
Last-Minute Rush to Prepay Taxes Gives Way to Confusion and Anger

Last-Minute Rush to Prepay Taxes Gives Way to Confusion and Anger

Residents in Clarkstown, N.Y., began lining up at the tax office before 9 a.m. on Thursday to get their property tax bill and then pay it.
Op-Ed Columnist: The 2017 Sidney Awards, Part II

Op-Ed Columnist: The 2017 Sidney Awards, Part II

Dr. Kevin Menes was in charge of the emergency department of Sunrise Hospital in Las Vegas the night concertgoers became targets in a mass shooting.