Thus it was that last week had me racking my brains. Richard III. Who he? Which one? Is he the R in the phrase "Richard of York gave battle in vain", the mnemonic that has stayed with me since schooldays to help me recall the order of colours in the

LEICESTER, England — Just days after the yellowed bones found in a municipal parking lot here were declared to be those of King Richard III, a less-than-seemly tug of war has broken out between the cities of Leicester and York to claim the remains.

Thus it was that last week had me racking my brains. Richard III. Who he? Which one? Is he the R in the phrase "Richard of York gave battle in vain", the mnemonic that has stayed with me since schooldays to help me recall the order of colours in the

Thus it was that last week had me racking my brains. Richard III. Who he? Which one? Is he the R in the phrase "Richard of York gave battle in vain", the mnemonic that has stayed with me since schooldays to help me recall the order of colours in the

Now that Richard III's remains have been identified "beyond a reasonable doubt," scientists are trying to figure out what the English king looked like. DNA tests and other techniques confirmed that a battle-scarred skeleton