Co-owners of dog who died shortly after competing at Crufts, apparently from eating poisoned meat, say they refuse to blame another exhibitor and are determined to continue showing their animals.
(NVO) – Welcome to the year of the goat!
Even though markets are still shut across Mainland China, in the freewheeling city of Hong Kong – a densely packed maze of skyscrapers built to cater to Chinese principles of Feng Shui – masters of the craft are divining what the year will bring.
A rare First Folio discovered in a French library arrives at the Shakespeare’s Globe in London, where the Bard’s plays were first performed.
(LNVO) – Anyone who wants to explore the possibility of extraterrestrial life can head on over to Scottsdale, Arizona.
That’s where the 24th Annual International UFO Congress Convention and Film Festival opened this week at the We-Ko-Pa Resort.
(R Reports) – Couples who were not afraid to kiss and tell took their “amore” to the top of the Eiffel Tower on Valentine’s Day.
Russell Simmons and Angela Simmons attend the rush HeARTS Education Valentine’s Luncheon.
The world’s biggest flower market gears up for Valentine’s Day, selling around one hundred million red roses.
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A French court rules that two women switched at birth more than 20 years ago will both receive 400,000 euros in damages. That’s about 450,000 dollars.