Today in celebrity news: Katie Holmes heads to a trial in Queens, Britney Spears is leaving television, and Charlie Sheen sends a strange, sad check.
Yes, Queen Elizabeth II was hospitalized Sunday. Yes, she was experiencing symptoms of gastroenteritis, a stomach virus. But everyone can calm down, because it was only a precaution. She walked unassisted from the hospital to her car on Monday, and she's fine.
This year, Britain will be seeing a lot more of Queen Elizabeth during the annual Buckingham Palace broadcast on Christmas Day. No, not like that, pervert.
With the recent purchase of four famous Andy Warhol portraits of Queen Elizabeth II, it would seem like Buckingham Palace is getting pretty edgy.
In a highly symbolic moment once thought "unthinkable", Queen Elizabeth traveled to Northern Ireland on Wednesday and met with Deputy Prime Minister Martin McGuinness, a former commander in the Irish Republican Army.
Today in books and publishing: The class-action lawsuit against Google gets the go-ahead, the Times of London paywall temporarily comes down, and a copy of the Book of Mormon has been purloined.
After a day of staring at Twitter, we're sharing our favorite tweets that made no sense.
Also: Katy Perry has her eye on Tim Tebow, James Franco left Amanda Seyfried hanging at the Lovelace wrap party, and Susan Collins is getting married.
The remains found at a royal estate belonged to 17-year-old girl reported missing in August.
Britain's across the board budget cuts have a new victim: Queen Elizabeth II.
Robert James Moore's obsession with the Queen took him to West Island
Photos from the president's first official visit to the U.K. and Buckingham Palace
During her visit to Ireland, the monarch noted Britain's "sad and regrettable" history
Queen Elizabeth II is the first British monarch to visit the emerald isle in 100 years
Struggling through another day of royal wedding coverage
Will and Kate's nuptials are less than two weeks away and the news is stranger than ever
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