As Britain’s Prince Harry neared the end of his second and final day in New York City on Saturday, he described his experiences as "fantastic." The 24-year-old visited the Harlem Children’s Zone, a nonprofit organization that offers free programs and classes in a low-income area, then went to Governors Island in New York Harbor to play in the Veuve Clicquot Manhattan Polo Classic. Profits from the match will benefit Sentebale, a charity for orphans in Lesotho, Africa, a cause Harry’s mother, Princess Diana, had promoted. The prince was accompanied by Prince Seeiso of Lesotho, who also lost his mother when he was young
Bernie Madoff’s lawyer, Ira Sorkin, told a federal Judge Denny Chin on Tuesday that Madoff expects to plead guilty to charges that will put him in prison for up to 150 years. The U.S.