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Trooping the colour - live: Queen Elizabeth is celebrating her ‘official’ birthday with a parade

The Queen is celebrating her “official” birthday with a military parade at Windsor Castle.This year’s Trooping the Colour will depart from tradition, as the annual ceremony is usually held on the Mall outside Buckingham Palace.In keeping with coronavirus restrictions, the number of military personnel taking part in the birthday parade will be scaled back.Earlier this month, Buckingham Palace confirmed the Queen’s cousin, the Duke of Kent, will join her for the celebration in place of her late husband, Prince Philip.The duke has previously accompanied the Queen during the parade in 2013 when Philip was unable to attend because he was recovering from surgery.
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Kate Middleton's plush homes before she was royal revealed

The Duchess of Cambridge splits her time between her homes at Kensington Palace and Anmer Hall, alongside her husband Prince William and their three children, Prince George, Princess Charlotte and Prince Louis. Even before Kate Middleton became a royal, she lived in a number of breathtaking properties. From the student...
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“Foul smell” leads to dead body in Panama City Friday

PANAMA CITY, Fla. (WJHG/WECP) - A body was discovered in Panama City Friday after construction workers in the area smelled a “foul odor.”. Panama City Police and crime scene detectives responded to the call near the 1100 block of Cypress Avenue around 5 P.M. Police spokesperson Ken McVay said they’re investigating the death of a black male. McVay said with the foul smell, it’s hard to tell how long the body had been there. He said they’re still in the preliminary stages of the investigation and are preserving the scene.
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Falsely Accused? Here's How to Respond. Most People Do the Opposite, Harvard Study Finds

People who are falsely accused tend to get angry--which makes others believe that they are indeed guilty. Those are the highly frustrating results of a new study from researchers at Harvard. If you're an employer, you need to watch out for your own instincts, which could lead you to assume an innocent person has done something wrong. And, importantly, you should use this information to temper your own reactions if you're ever falsely accused yourself.
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Unruly airline passengers face thousands in fines as air travel picks up

A passenger on a JetBlue flight from New York has been accused of putting her finger in her nose and yelling and cursing at a flight attendant who asked her to put on her mask, forcing the plane to land in Fort Lauderdale instead of Cancun. The incident is one of four in which people accused of disrupting flights are facing fines as high as $15,500, the Federal Aviation Administration announced Monday.