A focus on cemeteries, traditional cultural properties, and other preservation issues will be at the forefront of the 35th Annual Kentucky Heritage Council (KHC) Archaeology Conference convening Friday through Sunday at Kentucky Dam Village State Resort Park in Gilbertsville. 2018-02-27T12:28:16-05:00
London College of Fashion students and staff tell us how they look cool in the cold.
New England women's boss Phil Neville says some people would like him lose all three games at the SheBelieves Cup.
The organisers of MIPIM, held in Cannes, say they are reminding delegates of its code of conduct.
It comes after the country's opposition party was dissolved and its leader was jailed.
The Oscar-nominated director made You Only Live Twice, The Spy Who Loved Me and many other films.
The 1932 vehicle once belonged to the pilot who mysteriously disappeared over the Pacific Ocean
The campaign says Brad Parscale, who joined the Trump Organization in 2011, is an "amazing talent".
Inspectors say there are more than 350 unregistered schools but they have few powers to investigate.
Failings may have led to wrongful convictions or miscarriages of justice, they say in a survey.
Bystanders tried in vain to save the 22-year-old woman, who was attacked at a private game reserve.
Ferrari's Sebastian Vettel finishes 0.303 seconds ahead of the Mercedes of Valtteri Bottas on day two of pre-season testing in Spain.
BBC Sport Wales' Ian Hunt addresses the "elephant in the room" between Williams and Morgan after the pair criticised each other ahead of the Welsh Open.
The firm plans to expand with new areas devoted to hit films Frozen and Star Wars.
Egyptian pop star Sherine is facing six months in prison after a joke about the River Nile.
The chicken chain confirms it uses frozen chips - but says they're not the ones sold in shops.
Paul Moore struck the Somali woman twice days after a bomb blast in London, a court hears.
A prominent leader of Syria's Kurdish community has been released from detention in Prague.
Danish police could use harsher methods in deprived areas with large immigrant communities.
We finally got details of Kentucky Republicans' pension reform plan last week. GOP lawmakers claim the measure will over the next 30 years eliminate the $42 billion crater in Kentucky's public employee pension funds and save the state $4.8 billion. This assumes no changes to the plan, and of course there will be changes. Even absent that, we're skeptical that this reform can deliver on its promises. 2018-02-27T10:58:45-05:00