The pundits have spoken. Now, how does the rest of America feel about the war and more troops in Afghanistan? Conflicted but reluctantly supportive, it seems.
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Part homage, part Halloween, Saturday's attempt to break the Guinness record for number of people dancing to Michael Jackson's hit single drew more than 50,000 people (including over 12,000 dancers), according to Mexico City officials.
A.S. Byatt's stunning novel about books and their readers.
This improbably buoyant novel combines Shakespearean romance, suspense, satire, and a pastiche of styles.
Even far from India, this celebration stills holds meaning.
Although her adopted children come from different families, they are still part of one big, happy brotherhood.