• Celebrity

    A 'fully preserved' couple that went missing over 80 years ago was discovered on the glacier where Chris Pratt filmed 'The Tomorrow War'

    "They were fully preserved in their glacier hiking clothes from 1930 or 1940," he told Ellen DeGeneres. "They had their supplies and rations."

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  • U.S.
    The Week

    Upon leaving prison, Rod Blagojevich announces his new party affiliation: 'I'm a Trumpocrat'

    President Trump went from berating former Illinois Gov. Rod Blagojevich for his lack of Harry Potter knowledge to commuting his prison sentence.In 2011, Blagojevich was convicted of wire fraud, attempted extortion, soliciting bribes, conspiracy to commit extortion, and conspiracy to solicit and accept bribes, and sentenced to 14 years in prison. The year before, he appeared on The Apprentice, where he bombed a Harry Potter-related task. Trump admonished him for sharing "inaccurate" facts about the boy wizard, and once Blagojevich began blathering about "Slithering and Hufflepuff and Ravencloth," it was all over. Thinking about the time Donald Trump scolded Rod Blagojevich on the Celebrity Apprentice over inaccurate Harry Potter facts and inadequate Harry Potter research pic.twitter.com/rx7PH7qP4I -- Josh Billinson (@jbillinson) August 8, 2019On Tuesday, Trump announced he had commuted Blagojevich's sentence, but didn't mention anything about once firing him from his reality show. "He served eight years in jail, a long time," Trump said. "He seems like a very nice person -- don't know him."Reporters spotted Blagojevich on Tuesday night, as he prepared to board a flight from Denver to Chicago. Blagojevich shared that while in prison, he thought a lot about the "broken and unfair criminal justice system" and how there are "too many people who have too much power who don't have any accountability." He expressed his "most profound and everlasting gratitude to President Trump," adding that "he's a Republican president, I was a Democratic governor. My fellow Democrats have not been very kind to him -- in fact, they've been very unkind to him. If you're asking me what my party affiliation is, I'm a Trumpocrat."Blagojevich will hold a press conference at his home in Chicago on Wednesday, where he's expected to answer hard-hitting questions, like "Did you finally get around to reading Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban?" More stories from theweek.com Mike Bloomberg is not the lesser of two evils Warren supporters suspect the media is trying to erase her candidacy. This poll didn't help. Obama poked Trump on the economy. Trump took the bait.

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      The Daily Beast
    • Trump's clemency blitz: Blagojevich, Kerik, Milken
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  • Celebrity
    Business Insider

    Inside the turbulent personal life of Elon Musk, who's dated Hollywood stars, has 5 sons, and may be expecting another baby with musician Grimes

    Elon Musk's personal life has been rocky at times. Here's a look into the family and romantic relationships of the Tesla and SpaceX CEO.

  • U.S.

    This purse was lost behind a locker in the 1950s. Its contents reveal what high school was like then

    The purse belonged to Patti Rumfola, who graduated from Hoover High School in 1960. The school now currently serves as North Canton Middle School.

    • Long-lost purse from 1950s discovered in Ohio school wall
      WABC – NY
    • A student lost her purse in 1957. It was discovered behind a locker 62 years later
      Good Morning America
  • Celebrity

    Prince Harry Just Answered One of the Biggest Questions Posed by Fans Amid Royal Exit

    Prince Harry Just Answered Royal Fans' Biggest Question

    • Explained: Why Prince Harry and Meghan 'Stepped Back'
      The National Interest
    • Prince Harry and Meghan confirm last day as working members of Britain's royal family
      Good Morning America
  • U.S.
    The Independent

    George Zimmerman sues Pete Buttigieg and Elizabeth Warren over tweets honouring Trayvon Martin

    George Zimmerman, the Florida neighbourhood watchman famously acquitted after killing 17-year-old Trayvon Martin, has filed a lawsuit against Elizabeth Warren and Pete Buttigieg over tweets the presidential candidates posted to commemorate the shooting victim's birthday.The lawsuit cited separate tweets both candidates posted on 5 February, the victim’s birthday, in which they call out issues of gun violence and prejudice in the US.

  • U.S.
    NBC News

    Two women dead after car plunges off ferry into waters off exclusive Miami island

    The ferry shuttles people and their vehicles between Miami Beach and Fisher Island, a "private luxury community ... consistently ranked as one of the wealthiest zip codes in the U.S."

    • 2 dead after car falls off ferry, police say
      ABC News Videos
    • 2 women found dead in sunken car that plunged off ferry, police say
      Good Morning America