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Say hey to prince what’s-his-name: Britain’s Prince William and his wife, Kate, gave the world its first glimpse of their newborn boy Tuesday (Page A8).

The future king still does not have a name, but monarchists did note one encouraging omen: The little nipper does not appear to resemble his grandfather, Prince Charles.

Stick a fork in this Weiner: New York City mayoral candidate Anthony Weiner admitted Tuesday to sending sexually explicit photos and texts to a woman more than a year after he resigned from Congress for similar behavior.

At Weiner’s side during his press conference was his wife, Huma Abedin, who looked even more awkward than Prince Charles’ wife Camilla at the royal baby roll-out.

Tough yet sensitive: Ford’s developing a pickup truck with a gas-electric hybrid powertrain.

It’ll be the most environmentally responsible truck ever. In fact, when driven on sensitive ecosystems the four-wheel-drive version will apologize to the goddess Gaia.

— Mark Carlson, Herald staff

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