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Even the Queen of the United Kingdom is a fan of the University of Arizona Wildcats. Or so says a professor at Tempe Normal School, so it may or may not be true. Read more» 1

The British tabloids are in a dither about the publication of topless photos of the Duchess of Cambridge by non-British news media. Pot, meet kettle. Kettle, meet pot. Read more»

Let the Games begin. By which we mean, let's get the opening ceremony over with and start the competition. Read more»

The Sex Pistols perform 'God Save the Queen' on the River Thames on the anniversary of Queen Elizabeth II's 25th year of reign in 1977.

Plan B fills Sid Vicious’ shoes, rapping for London’s underworld of drugs, prostitution, and murder. If only it were that simple. Read more»

British royal succession laws will allow daughters of any future monarch — most pressingly, Prince William and Kate Middleton — to have equal rights to the throne as sons, under changes approved by Commonwealth leaders. Read more»

Sikhism requires men to wear turbans and not cut their hair and beards. Unfortunately, turbans don't fit under helmets. Read more»

The President and Mrs. Obama are in Europe this week. For the most part, not wearing hats. Read more»

Queen Elizabeth arrived in Ireland on Tuesday.

In two days an 85-year-old, slightly-stooped woman, armed with nothing more than a handbag and a smile, has managed to bring relations between Britain and Ireland to a new level of warmth and friendship. Read more» 2

Queen Elizabeth II's plane arrives in Dublin on Tuesday.

Britain's Queen Elizabeth II was to visit Ireland Tuesday, marking the first visit to the country by a British monarch, but on the eve of the historic visit, a bomb threat forced the Mall, an avenue leading to Buckingham Palace, in London to shut down. Read more»

The village of Moneygall is getting spruced up for a visit to Ireland by President Barack Obama later this month.

President Obama's imminent arrival to his ancestral home in Ireland is providing a welcome distraction for a population profoundly depressed by financial woes. Read more»

A car containing Prince Charles and Duchess of Cornwall Camilla Parker-Bowles was attacked in London Thursday by protesters objecting to university fee hikes. Read more»

For reasons perhaps known only to the Vatican, Pope Benedict XVI is traveling in irreligious Great Britain this week. Read more»

Malcolm McLaren, the man behind punk legends the Sex Pistols, died Thursday in New York City. Read more»