Mariah Carey revealed her bipolar disorder diagnosis to ‘People’ magazine. Although she was first diagnosed in 2001, she “didn’t want to believe it” and only recently sought treatment after “the hardest couple of years I’ve been through.” She’s now in therapy and on medication.
Russell Crowe held an auction of personal artifacts in Australia to celebrate his near-finalized divorce to Danielle Spencer. The actor netted roughly $2.8 million USD for movie memorabilia, diamond jewelry, artwork, sports collectibles and a dinosaur skull sold to him by Leo DiCaprio.
Chandra Levy was an intern in Washington D.C. at the Federal Bureau of Prisons when she disappeared in May 2001. Her remains were discovered a year later. Levy’s murder garnered national media attention in part due to her relationship with married California Congressman Gary Condit. Her murder has never been solved.
Paul Manafort has been jailed by a judge for alleged witness tampering pending trial for tax fraud, money laundering and illegal lobbying. Donald Trump’s lawyer Rudy Giuliani has suggested that the president could legally pardon his former campaign manager.
Claire Foy will receive $275,000 in back salary for her role as Queen Elizabeth on Netflix’s The Crown. Series producers recently revealed she made less than her co-star, actor Matt Smith, who played Prince Philip and was paid more initially because of his notoriety for ‘Doctor Who.’
Google co-founder Larry Page has unveiled his new fully electric, self-piloting flying taxis. One of Page’s companies has completed “stealth” testing and will now pair with New Zealand for an official certification process in the hopes of creating the “Uber” of flying taxis in three years.
During a commencement address at the Virginia Military Institute, Rex Tillerson warned of a "growing crisis in ethics and integrity" among American leaders. Some pundits linked the former Secretary of State’s comments to former boss President Trump.
Irene Morgan was a civil rights activist who, a decade prior to Rosa Parks' landmark case, won her own U.S. Supreme Court Case in 'Irene Morgan v. Commonwealth of Virginia,' which declared interstate transport racial segregation to be unconstitutional.