Not many knew Countess Ilona Teleki de Szek by that title. She kept her royalty status on a low-profile, an exiled member of nobility living in New York.
Jazz pop singer Michael Bublé sang his song "Who's Lovin' You" with Naturally 7 at the West 67 Street stop in Manhattan Friday.
45 people who were aboard a bus that collided with truck wreckage died Friday in Southern Afghanistan.
The North Korean "hotel of doom", was set to open this year, but will be further delayed due to political tensions between Pyongyang and Geneva-based Kempinski Hotels.
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Korean automaker Hyundai has pulled an advertisement that depicted a man trying to commit suicide by locking himself with exhaust fumes in one of the automaker's SUVs, the iX35.
After lengthy discussion over steadily mounting airport delays, the Senate agreed Thursday night to grant the secretary of transportation financial flexibility, in efforts to get schedules back on track.
Former President George W. Bush's presidential library was dedicated Thursday, in a ceremony on the campus of Southern Methodist University that moved Bush to tears.
Dubai, a country famous for their real estate, flourishing business, endless malls and hotels, is setting its eyes on a new investment: animal lodgings.
Comedian Katt Williams was sentenced Thursday, after leading Sacramento police on a high-speed chase in the California capital the previous Sunday.
New website Routehappy aims to shift the focus on price and schedule found on virtually every other flight search engine.
Italian royalty are opening the doors to their sumptuous castles to tourists, turning estates into bed and breakfasts and luxury vacation rentals.
The Chinese government has let up on travel restrictions to Tibet, after a nearly year-long ban that barred foreigners from visiting the hotly contested country.
In efforts to alleviate the delays that have plagued air travelers since the widespread furloughs, politicians are considering presenting various bills in the Senate.
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