Carlo DeVito, author of “Inventing Scrooge” from sister company Simon & Schuster, shares five little known facts about Charles Dicken’s “A Christmas Carol.”
The exhibit features more than 500 different Hello Kitty items.
Read on for a visitor’s guide to transportation, dining, hotels and the top attractions in London.
Rory McIlroy looked as though he had just thrown a knockout punch at the British Open, and it was only Saturday.
Even when he’s not the favorite, Tiger Woods is still the show at the British Open.
Luis Suarez scored twice to give Uruguay a 2-1 victory over England at the World Cup on Thursday, making an instant impact on his return from injury.
Each country can only bring 23 men to Brazil to compete for the World Cup this year. A few notable men were left off rosters for various reasons and some may surprise you …
In honor of “Throwback Thursday,” CBS today released a copy of the original press release announcing the Beatles first televised appearance on “The Ed Sullivan Show.”
Miles Unterreiner couldn’t believe that he was selected as a Rhodes Scholar. Now, he can’t wait to study at England’s Oxford University next October and launch a career to advance human rights around the world.
After another tense match, England is headed to its fifth straight World Cup.
A Pomona teen spent her summer vacation walking along Abbey Road, retracing the steps of the Beatles, thanks to the generosity of the Make-A-Wish Foundation.
Southern Californians, especially those with ties to Great Britain, are celebrating the birth of the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge’s first son.
David Beckham started his first practice session with Paris Saint-Germain on Wednesday amid a media frenzy as dozens of camera crews and photographers jostled for position at the club’s training ground in the western suburbs of Paris.
Mitt Romney insulted Britain’s preparations for the Olympics and inspired quotes like “apparently devoid of charm, warmth, humor or sincerity” and “worse than Sarah Palin” before cashing campaign checks from bankers and lobbyists who are at the center of the Libor scandal.
Serena Williams is back, and she looks almost as good as ever. The 30-year-old American won her fifth Wimbledon title Saturday on Centre Court, beating Agnieszka Radwanska of Poland 6-1, 5-7, 6-2 to claim her 14th major championship.