Wrap-up of thoroughbred stakes action.
The European Union-Africa Summit is set to proceed with President Robert Mugabe of Zimbabwe and without British Prime Minister Gordon Brown.
Congresswoman Jan Schakowsky, giving the Democratic response to President George Bush’s weekly radio talk. called Saturday for a new U.S. strategy in Iraq.
Britain's Queen Elizabeth II drew applause and laughter with a joke on President George W. Bush at a formal dinner in Washington.
Wrapup of Thoroughbred stakes action.
A University of Toronto study finds that people tend to overeat because of external cues like portion size and the behavior of their companions.
Publishing Group of America, the Franklin, Tenn.,-based magazine publisher, will begin a new monthly food magazine in 2006 distributed via newspapers.
Sunday's state dinner for President Bush, in Chile for a summit, was cancelled after Chilean authorities refused to grant certain U.S. security demands.
Chile's economic summit took a diplomatic turn this weekend when U.S. President George W. Bush called on Asian nations to work together to convince North Korea
Languishing in the presidential suite of the new Mandarin Oriental, sipping champagne and martinis while wolfing down generous helpings of sushi, the news corre
United Press International