Dearly beloved, we are gathered together seven days after\u00a0the world lost Prince. It's been a\u00a0hard week,\u00a0and a strange one. Here's what's happened in the time since his death.\r\n\r\nLegal experts said Prince's estate could not sue the National Enquirer for reporting he died of AIDS. The basic reason is that you can't libel someone who has died. His estate would have a hard time proving material loss\u00a0because of the Enquirer AIDS story,\u00a0one legal expert said.\r\n\r\nAlso Read: Can Prince's Estate Sue the National Enquirer for Saying He Had AIDS?\r\n\r\nPolice disclosed that authorities were called to Paisley Park 46 times in the five years before Prince\u00a0died. None of the calls helped explain how Prince died.\r\n\r\nPrince's sister,Tyka Nelson, said that he did not have a will. His former lawyer, L. Londell McMillan, said he definitely should have.\r\n\r\nAlso Read: Prince Death Investigation: Search Warrant Issued for Paisley Park Home\r\n\r\nThe same lawyer dismissed "foolish" reports that Prince overdosed in the week before his death.\r\n\r\nBut NBC News reported that he had prescription pills in his possession at the time of his death. One drug expert said such drugs were essentially "heroin pills."\r\n\r\nFinally, some good news: The Revolution announced plans to reunite for "some shows."