Daily Telegraph Publishes Obituary For Duke Of Edinburgh ... But He's Not Dead

World | Nick Givas
Prince Philip/Royal Family Channel Screengrab

‘The Duke of Edinburgh, the longest-serving consort to a monarch in British history, has died at the age of XX’

Aussie 'Sex Clown' Collects $10k In Public Funds For Show About How Christmas Kills The Environment

Energy | Chris White
Betty Grumble tosses money at

‘Make no mistake. Christmas and climate change are already intertwined,’ the pamphlet read.

British Business Secretary: 'I have declared war on Mr. Murdoch' - TheDC

| Jeff Poor

Undercover audio reveals vendetta against media mogul Rupert Murdoch from Liberal Democrat in U.K. coalition cabinet

Decriminalizing drugs isn't all sweetness and light

Opinion | Ben-Peter Terpstra

Drug laws exist for a reason.

Pope bans vuvuzelas on British tour - The Daily Telegraph

World | interns

The pope has banned faithful followers from bringing vuvuzelas to his public appearances on his UK tour

Ex-husband of 'femme fatale' of Russian spy ring had suspicions - CNN

World | interns

Alex Chapman said he ‘hardly knew her anymore’ after she became involved with shadowy contacts and that she confided in him that her father had been a senior KGB agent

Supreme Court limits use of 'honest service' law - AP

Business | interns

Judges rules that ‘honest services’ law could not be used in convicting Skilling for role in collapse of Enron; ruling does not require Skilling’s conviction to be overturned

Cameron says 1972 N. Ireland killings were 'unjustified' - NYT

World | Julia McClatchy (admin)

Prime Minister David Cameron of Britain offered an extraordinary apology on Tuesday for the 1972 killings of unarmed demonstrators by British troops in Northern Ireland

True democracy in Pakistan can prevent extremism

Opinion | Dr. Majjida Ahmed

On April 19, Pakistan’s president signed into law sweeping constitutional reforms that will strip him of many of his powers. It was a bold move aimed at restoring a healthy balance of power and thus strengthen the voice of the people through the elected National Assembly

The cuts that dare not speak their name

Opinion | Jamie Dettmer

The lack of serious and detailed talk by the two main parties of how to dig Britain out of the financial hole isn’t reassuring either

The problem with alliances: Britain and the Falklands

op-ed | Doug Bandow

As the Falklands Islands dispute heats up again, the U.S. finds itself being pressed to take sides

We’re gonna let the Founders’ freak flag fly

Opinion | Anchorman

Look in the mirror right now—all of you children of the ’60s, and your children, too. The veterans of peace and love and Kent State losses and civil rights victories and your children who’ve heard the romanticized tales of what it was like. Look in the mirror, because what you’ll see is a reverse image

Woman 'decapitated during freak lawnmower accident' - The Daily Telegraph

| interns

A tractor pulling a grass cutter ran over a steel pipe that had been lying in the long grass, which was sent flying through the air. Initial reports suggested she had been hit by a lawnmower blade due to the horrific nature of her injuries

British intelligence director denies cover-up - AFP

World | Jeff Winkler (admin)

The head of MI5 Friday defended his organization’s work amid an escalating row over claims it tried to cover up its involvement in torture

Bachmann still a star with conservatives

Politics | AJ

Rep. Michele Bachmann may have become a media magnet as a conservative face of the Republican party, but a new ranking puts her deeply in the ranks of the also-rans of the right.