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LONDON (AP) — Palace: Prince William’s wife Kate has been admitted to the hospital in early stages of labor.
MADRID (AP) — Spain’s bitter financial crisis is eating away at the country’s high-end restaurant scene, with the owners of another top establishment saying it will have to close at the end of August.
A statement published on
GUAQUI, Bolivia (AP) — In the Bolivian highlands along the shores of Lake Titicaca, the Aymara Indian community celebrates St. James in the days leading up to his feast day every year with an unusual dance.
BOSTON (AP) — Mike Napoli’s teammates weren’t so concerned about what he did in the middle innings after his two home runs — one to start things off, the other to finish it.
Napoli hit a three-run shot
BEIJING (AP) — A strong earthquake in a dry, hilly farming area in western China knocked down power lines and damaged scores of homes early Monday, killing at least 22 people and injuring nearly 300, the local government
CHICAGO (AP) — Doctors are calling out a warning over climbing injury rates to kids from falling TV sets.
A study finds falling televisions sent nearly 200,000 U.S. children to the emergency room over 20 years and such
CANBERRA, Australia (AP) — Prime Minister Kevin Rudd was branded by the media “Recycled Rudd” after he lost power in an internal government leadership wrangle then snatched it back in a similar showdown three years later. On Monday,
YANGON, Myanmar (AP) — A small explosion went off near a firebrand monk as he was giving a sermon in Myanmar’s second-largest city, wounding five people, police and witnesses said Monday.
The blast occurred at around 9 p.m.
WASHINGTON (AP) — Companies are increasingly confident the economy will grow at a modest pace over the next year and are hiring more, according to a survey of business economists.
Nearly one-third of the economists surveyed by the