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By David Keene
Conference showed that the values Reagan cherished still endure
Topic - Harry
Britain's Prince Harry is launching the "Invictus Games," a new sporting event for wounded, injured and sick service personnel.
Prince William and Prince Harry helped flood-hit British villagers protect their homes Friday, unloading sandbags alongside soldiers in a River Thames village.
A man who threatened the life of Prince Harry has been sentenced to three years in prison.
Willoughby and Hieronymus, aka Willie and Harry, are the newest members of the Los Angeles Police Department's "Fe-9" (FEE'-nine) corps.
Some people probably thought Dena Manning was out of her mind.
Prince Harry has reunited with fellow polar adventurers, who couldn't resist telling the world that his special skill on their Antarctic adventure was latrine construction.
Prince Harry is ending his role as a helicopter pilot and taking up a new job with the army in London, royal officials said Friday.
Negotiations with Iran over that nation's nuclear program continue to plod along, but Senate leaders have put a clock on those talks by announcing plans to enact further sanctions against Iran as soon as next month.
Twenty years ago, Harry and Louise sat across a kitchen table and faced a mound of paperwork. They were distraught over being forced to drop their health insurance. They had to select a new plan from a list of government-approved options. "Having choices we don't like is no choice at all," Louise observed. "They choose, we lose."
Baptisms, which have been on the decline, might be making a comeback because of the royal family.
Prince William gave guests at a charity polo match an insight into his newfound paternal duties Saturday, saying his mind had been stuck in "baby mode" thanks to his feisty newborn son.
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.
Prince William's wife, Kate, is in the early stages of labor in a private wing of a central London hospital, palace officials said Monday.
Queen Elizabeth II is celebrating her birthday with traditional pomp and circumstance — but without her husband by her side.
He told reporters Thursday seen "how the power of sport can positively impact the lives of wounded, injured and sick servicemen and women."
"I don't think she knew what she was getting into when she started," he said. "But she's learning and persevering."