The British royal started his trip with an impromptu visit to the White House and a tour of an exhibition in Congress about land mines.
A buttoned-down Prince Harry joined Michelle Obama in honoring military families Thursday and toured an exhibition in Congress about land mines, opening a weeklong U.S. visit devoted to the wounded victims of war. Shrieking onlookers gave him the pop-star treatment, but he was all royal business.
The British soldier-prince had one of America's most storied wounded warriors, the wisecracking Sen. John McCain, at his side as he viewed a display of land-mine photos, maps and mine-detection equipment, staged by a charity held dear by his late mother, Princess Diana
As the prince entered the rotunda of the Russell Senate Office Building near the Capitol, he was greeted by a roar and shouts of "Harry!" from a crowd of about 500 people, nearly all of them women. They crowded a roped-off hallway and stairway with a view of the exhibit, hoisting their cellphones and tablets to get a picture. Harry didn't visibly react except to give a polite wave.
McCain, with a laugh, said he told Harry "I've never seen, in all the years I've been here, such an unbalanced gender crowd."
The Social Security Administration released their list of the top baby names in 2012 yesterday.
Sophia and Jacob were the most popular names in 2012 . . . just like they were in 2011. And Jacob has been the number one name for boys since 1999 . . . that's FOURTEEN YEARS
For boys, the top 10 names are Jacob, Mason, Ethan, Noah, William, Liam, Jayden, Michael, Alexander, and Aiden.
For girls, the top 10 names are Sophia, Emma, Isabella, Olivia, Ava, Emily, Abigail, Mia, Madison, and Elizabeth.
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Neighbor reported naked woman on lawn at kidnapper's home. Man accused was well known in the neighborhood.
NYPOST: Faces of Evil.
CLEVELAND: Family members of accused kidnappers helped searched for victim in 2004. Home is foreclosure.
Gawker: Neighbors detail horror at home.
CLEVELAND: Was there more victims?