At a farewell party for the French ambassador to Afghanistan, the guest of honor let the diplomatic mask slip to talk about the country’s future.
The financial crisis is seen taking a toll on individual countries’ defense capabilities as well as their role in helping the United States finance NATO.
Battleship was like young whiskey sleeping in a wine cask, needing time to bring forth all of his best qualities. And despite its rich traditions and famous mint juleps, the Kentucky Derby isn’t a well-aged bourbon.
As the House of Commons speaker, John Bercow is a zealot on a mission. He wants Britain’s legislators to behave like plausible grown-ups and pipe down.
You’ll spend less here on everything — but only if you’re rich enough to pay the rent. The typical American’s shopping habits don’t really apply to the typical New Yorker.
The Metropolitan Museum of Art is presenting “Velázquez’s Portrait of Duke Francesco I d’Este” to aid the Modena region in its recovery from last year’s earthquakes.
Cultural attractions are a key reason cited by hotel guests for visiting the city.
Marin Alsop, a woman conductor, will lead the Last Night of the Proms for the first time ever this year, it has been announced, as organisers reveal the complete Wagner Ring Cycle will also be debuted.
As she says farewell to the Civil List, the Queen has been an acute accountant
The Rijksmuseum is poised to reopen on April 13, after a lengthy renovation that restored much of its 19th-century grandeur, and paired it with 21st-century lighting and technology.
In more than 200 photographs, this show of American Civil War photography includes expansive images of battlefields, war-ruined towns and preciously framed portraits.
The deaths of two horses at the Grand National meeting at Aintree Racecourse have dampened spirits before the main event and reignited concerns over the forbidding fences.