There are few things more loved the world over than tiny puppies.
If stamps could talk … they’d probably read you a nice little poem, or so says the U.K’s postal service.
We thought Samuel L. Jackson had already solved this problem.
With close to five million Muslims roaming the streets of France, fast-food giant Quick made a faith-conscious business move: serve meats that are safe for Europe’s largest Islamic population to purchase.
In a piece exclusively adapted for TIME from his new memoir, “A Journey”, Britain’s former Prime Minister Tony Blair reflects on the U.S. Presidents he has known and worked with – and on their country. Read Blair’s full words on TIME.com.
They’re still trapped 2,300 feet below ground, but 33 Chilean miners got a nice, hot meal yesterday.
Two men hiking in the Canadian Rockies discovered the remains of William Holland, an American climber who vanished over two decades ago.
When officials at Scandinavian airlines say that love is in the air, they’re being literal.
“Now is the time for leaders of courage and vision to deliver the peace that their people deserve.”
– BARACK OBAMA, President of the United States, on the Israeli-Palestinian peace talks (Via The Telegraph)
According to a union rep for the 33 trapped Chilean miners, the company that operates the mine has run out of money and can’t afford to pay the miners while they sit underground and wait to be rescued.
In a case of political déjà vu, the country is once again taking legal action to stop its tobacco troubles.
There’s no secret to Carla Bruni-Sarkozy’s viewpoint on Iran’s potential stoning of a woman convicted of adultery: censure and nothing less.