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"What did you think about ice skating?" I asked my daughter Lucy.
A terminally ill 79-year-old man has died in a Pittsburgh hospital where he had been under police guard since shooting his wife in what police first investigated as a possible mercy killing.
From commemorative cups to special coins worth more than $80,000, the newest member of Britain's royal family is a boon to business — and he is only 3 months old.
Cheers and shouting echoed through the square at Buckingham Palace and in the streets around London's St Mary's Hospital, as crowds who had been waiting throughout the day welcomed the new addition to the royal family and the nation's future monarch.
It's a boy! And a boon to the British economy."There will be a lot of interest in the royal family now, and it will boost the economy in lots of ways. It will help a lot of businesses," said Patrick Nicholls, 56, a London contract supervisor.
There were six figures on the balcony, three generations of royalty _ and one large absence.
Elton John sang "I'm Still Standing," Stevie Wonder crooned "Isn't She Lovely," and Paul McCartney sent "All My Loving" as musical royalty celebrated Queen Elizabeth II's 60-year reign with a concert outside Buckingham Palace on Monday. But the joy was tempered by news that the queen's husband, Prince Philip, had been hospitalized with a bladder infection.
When Catherine and Spiro Alifrangis of Herndon go to sleep each night, they drift off to the soothing sound of a waterfall burbling into a pond in their backyard. Mrs. Alifrangis said their neighbors have told them they keep their windows open, too, to enjoy the peaceful sound.