The infamous photo of Prince Harry in Las Vegas has done nothing to dampen America's love for the 'bad boy' Royal, as his latest tour shows.
Prince Harry surveyed the damage wreaked by Superstorm Sandy in a neighbourhood of New Jersey on the sixth day of his US visit.
Russian security services have detained a US diplomat accused to trying to recruit a Russian spy for the CIA. He is due to be expelled.
The Prime Minister opened his address to business leaders by thanking the city authorities for "letting us bring that great Boris bus here to New York".
He said he had noticed the bus was taller than New York's traffic lights, which hang above the lanes of traffic, and said he was concerned they may "lose Prince Harry".
The Prime Minister and Prince Harry arrived at a reception for British business leaders in New York City riding a Routemaster bus.
Earlier in the day, Prince Harry met survivors of Superstorm Sandy in New Jersey.
Prince Harry applauded the "American spirit" when he was asked by a reporter for his thoughts on seeing all the people who turned out to greet him in New Jersey.
Asked what difference his visit made to people recovering from Superstorm Sandy, he laughed and replied "none".
The Russia Today website has published a photograph of what it claims is a letter, found in a US diplomat's possession, that was to be used to recruit a Russian as an intelligence officer.
The website also provided the following transcript of part of the letter:
This is a down-payment from someone who is very impressed with your professionalism and who would greatly appreciate your cooperation in the future. Your security means a lot to us. This is why we chose this way of contacting you. We will continue to make sure our correspondence remains safe and secret.
We are ready to offer you $100,000 to discuss your experience, expertise and cooperation. The reward may be much greater if you are willing to answer specific questions. In additin to that, we can offer up to $1 million a year for long-term cooperation ...
It goes on to describe how the recipient should open a Gmail account at an Internet cafe, instructing the recipient to expect an email response in "exactly one week".
Prince Harry joined in several fairground games, helping one girl to win a large cuddly 'Hello Kitty' on one attraction.
Prince Harry has arrived at Jersey Shore in the US state of New Jersey, where he will be meeting survivors of Superstorm Sandy and emergency services workers.
New Jersey governor Chris Christie has tweeted that he has welcomed Prince Harry to the state "the best way I know how - with his own Royal fleece".
The Russian foreign ministry has described the alleged attempt of a US diplomat to recruit a Russian intelligence officer as a "provocative action".
– russian foreign ministry
Such provocative actions in the spirit of the Cold War will by no means promote the strengthening of mutual trust.
Russia's foreign ministry has said it has ordered the expulsion of a US diplomat accused of trying to recruit spies in Russia.
David Cameron paid tribute to the spirit of Boston's people today as he visited the site of the marathon bombing.
A month after the attack which killed three and wounded dozens more, the Prime Minister toured the memorials in Copley Square accompanied by Massachusetts Governor Deval Patrick.
"Everyone in the UK stands with your great city and your great people," he told reporters in the square.
Mr Cameron said it was crucial to challenge the "narrative of violent extremism".That meant "standing for the values that we believe in", such as freedom, democracy and diversity.
"We know how important it is to stand up and say the terrorists will not win," the premier added.
"We will never give in to terrorists."