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A key to experiencing Great Britain and Ireland smartly in 2010 is to embrace them not as "ye olde" destinations but as modern ones. London is busily preparing for the 2012 Olympic Games, developing its Olympic Park site in the eastern part of the city....
"Maybe it's much too early in the game. Ah, but I thought I'd ask you just the same, what are you doing New Year's – New Year's Eve?" I didn't write that. Frank Loesser did, in 1947. A boatload of people have sung it, but I'd say it's a tie for...
KTLA NewsTRIPOLI, Libya - The only man convicted in the 1988 Lockerbie bombing has returned home to Libya to die after Scotland released him from prison Thursday. The decision outraged relatives of the 270 people killed when the jetliner blew up over a Scottish...
Wearing a kilt, suspenders and feathered derby hat, Steven Garza looked every bit the part of a man celebrating his Scottish ancestry Saturday in Costa Mesa. He had high white socks and a tobacco pipe, and his friend also wore a kilt. Both walked into...
Tags: Culture, Arts and Culture
GreenspaceU.S. Senators will examine whether a lucrative oil deal between BP and Libya played a role in the release from a Scottish prison of Abdelbaset al-Megrahi, the convicted bomber of a Pan Am flight that crashed over Lockerbie, Scotland, in......
Brendan Mullen, founder of the Masque punk rock club in Hollywood that helped launch the vibrantly anarchic music scene on the West Coast in the late 1970s, died Monday after suffering a massive stroke over the weekend. He was 60. --------------------...
FBI Director Robert Mueller is criticizing Scotland's justice minister for releasing the Lockerbie bomber, letting him return home to Libya. Justice Secretary Kenny MacAskill ordered the release of Abdel Baset al-Megrahi, citing compassion as grounds for...
The release from prison Thursday of Abdel Basset Ali Megrahi, described as terminally ill with prostate cancer, was the latest development in the case of the 1988 Pan Am bombing over Lockerbie, Scotland, which was seared into American and British...
Tags: Punishment, Murder, Terrorism, Prisons, Cancer
More than 200 people gathered Sunday to tell Libyan leader Moammar Gadhafi he's not welcome in their suburban New Jersey community, including several who lost relatives in the 1988 bombing of Pan Am Flight 103 over Lockerbie, Scotland. Gov. Jon Corzine...
Los Angeles Times Staff WriterTwenty-five years beyond "1984," we're still living in George Orwell's world. Or at least the queen of England is. In March, Queen Elizabeth surprised a few people by giving the visiting president of Mexico a copy of George Orwell's dystopian classic...
Tags: India, Burma, BBC, Vacation and Timeshares, Documentary (genre)
Tribune NewspapersEDINBURGH, Scotland -- Standing in the rain atop Calton Hill, I could see the icy blue Firth of Forth estuary. When the wind tried to grab my coat, I spun around and found the tapestry of Edinburgh at my feet. The city is built up solidly now, all the...
Tags: Death, Armed Forces, Crimes, Elizabeth I, Defense
THE FIRST-PLACE FINISH of a pro-independence party in elections for the Scottish Parliament doesn't mean that the northernmost nation of the United Kingdom is about to break away, any more than the triumph of French separatists in Quebec's elections 31...
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