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<div>Queen's former chef reveals which meal was higher pressure than state dinners</div>

Queen Elizabeth II's former personal chef Darren McGrady shares some of his memories cooking for the royal family and reveals some of the Queen's favorite foods.

With Queen Gone, Former Colonies Find a Moment to Rethink Lasting Ties

In Commonwealth nations with British colonial histories, Queen Elizabeth’s death is rekindling discussions about a more independent future.

Marking 9/11, Biden Remembers the ‘Precious Lives Stolen From Us’

Members of the Biden administration honored the victims of the attacks, which, 21 years later, remain deeply painful for the family members who lost loved ones.

Queen’s Ties to Scotland Add New Wrinkle to Push for Independence

Political analysts said that respect for the queen and her devotion to Scotland could strengthen a union that has been under acute strain for more than a decade.

<div>'Insanity': Avlon reacts to GOP lawmaker's gift to convicted Capitol rioter</div>

Republican Rep. Louie Gohmert of Texas presented an honorary American flag recently flown above the US Capitol to a convicted January 6 rioter after she was released from prison.

Expanded Safety Net Drives Sharp Drop in Child Poverty

With little public notice and accelerating speed, child poverty fell by 59 percent from 1993 to 2019, according to a comprehensive new analysis that shows the critical role of increased government aid.

What Will Happen to Queen Elizabeth’s Corgis

Prince Andrew, who had given his mother the two corgis she owned at her death, and his ex-wife, Sarah, Duchess of York, will care for the beloved pets.

<div>Disney's latest event gave Marvel and Star Wars fans a lot to get excited...

Disney held its semiannual D23 event showcasing a variety of teasers, trailers, and casting announcements for new series and films. Fans can expect a lot from the Marvel and Star Wars franchises coming to...

In Hasidic Enclaves, Failing Yeshivas Flush With Public Money

New York’s Hasidic Jewish religious schools have benefited from $1 billion in government funding in the last four years but are unaccountable to outside oversight.

270-page FBI file shows Aretha Franklin extensively monitored during Civil Rights era

There "ain't no way" the highest domestic law enforcement agency in the country was keeping tabs on Aretha Franklin -- but they were.

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