• Prince George Squeals With Delight Upon Meeting Bilby Named After Him

    Call it a meeting of the adorable minds.

    Prince George met a bilby named after him while visiting the Taronga Zoo in Sydney today with his parents, the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge. He squealed with delight upon seeing the marsupial, known as Australia's Easter Bunny.

    The royal family helped officially open the new enclosure at the zoo, which was named the Prince George Bilby Exhibit.

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    Prince William held his son - who turns 9-months-old Tuesday - against the enclosure as he peeked over the glass to get a closer look at the bilby. The marsupial was originally named Boy but was renamed George to celebrate the Prince's birth.

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    Prince George also received a road sign that he promptly chewed on and a stuffed bilby, which he flung to the floor when his mother handed it to him.

    The royal family has been touring New Zealand and Australia since late last month.

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  • 5 Things You Should Never, Ever Count on While Flying


    You know what you can count on when you fly today? Reliable transportation that is usually the quickest way to get from Point A to Point B.

    That's the good news. There are several things one should not count on.

    5 Things You Should Never, Ever Count on While Flying

    Feel free to tell me what I've missed.

    1. On-time flights

    In general, airlines are getting better at landing when they say they will. But do not count on it! Weather is always a factor. Take the statistics from February of last year showing only about 80 percent of all U.S. flights were on time. Unfortunately, in February of this year, only 70 percent were. And in January, only 67 percent of flights were on time.

    And don't get smug now that spring has sprung; thunder and lightning can delay more planes than snow and ice.

    Tip No. 1: Avoid tight connections. If your plane is supposed to arrive in New York at noon so you can board a 1 p.m. flight to London, that's way too tight. Give yourself several hours or fly in the

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  • Record Release Rundown: The Latest From Ingrid Michaelson, Nas, Jason Derulo and More

    This week Aimee Mann and Ted Leo join forces as The Both, Ingrid Michaelson delivers her most pop-driven album to date, Nas repackages his signature work, Jason Derulo offers up his fourth collection of dance and pop-flavored R&B, the Afghan Whigs return after a 14 year absence, Jessica Lea Mayfield shows a surprising rock side, Ziggy Marley plays around while simultaneously echoing the past and former Semisonic leader Dan Wilson delivers his latest solo album. There is a lot of music you need to hear this week.

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    The Both is the duo formed by Aimee Mann and Ted Leo. On the surface, this union seems both unusual and fitting. Going back and listening to their separate respective work with ‘Til Tuesday and Chisel it might not seem like a likely match, but if you listen to Mann’s solo work and Leo’s work with his band’s the Pharmacists, it is easy to see that they are both aiming for a power-pop middle-ground. On this, their debut album, they

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  • Best Tax Record-keeping Tips


    Nothing lasts forever, but you wouldn't believe it by looking at some people's record-keeping systems. Prolific pack rats insist on keeping every scrap of paper, just in case. And when it comes to tax paperwork, folks are even more adamant. These documents will save me, they argue, if an Internal Revenue Service auditor comes visiting. But that's not necessarily the case, say tax and organizational experts.

    There are limits

    When it comes to tax-related documents, you should hang on to records that help you identify sources of income, keep track of expenses, determine the value of property, prepare tax returns or support claims made on those returns. However, common sense -- as well as storage space -- should be your guide. "We get people looking at boxes of stuff in their basements and ask, 'Can I toss it?'" says Linda Durand, a CPA and senior tax manager with Drolet & Associates PLLC in Washington, D.C. "A lot of it, they can."

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