And How About a Kilt?

Medals are so last month. Secretary of State COLIN POWELL just got a new badge of honor. Scottish heraldic authorities have granted Powell, whose mother had Scottish ancestors, his very own coat of arms. On his crest, our top diplomat will have an eagle to denote the U.S., a lion because he's a military man and four stars for the rank he attained as general. Maybe now he can broker truces between raging British soccer fans.


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