Top US News: Oprah Winfrey Endorses Hillary Clinton; Authorities Release Picture Of Boy Dragged Into Lake By Alligator; & More
Oprah Winfrey endorses Hillary Clinton
Oprah Winfrey has announced she will be endorsing former secretary of state Hillary Clinton in the upcoming presidential elections, as reported by Entertainment Tonight. Clinton has also been backed by President Barack Obama. Winfrey expressed her delight at the possibility of having the first female president. “I really believe that is going to happen,” Winfrey said. “It’s about time we make that decision.”
Authorities release picture of boy dragged into lake by alligator
The picture of 2-year-old Lane Graves, who was dragged by an alligator in a lake at a Walt Disney World hotel in Orlando, was released by the authorities on Wednesday, as reported by People. According to Orange County Sheriff Jerry Demings, Lane was found “within the immediate area of where he was last seen.” The divers had discovered Lane’s body using sonar equipment.
Calvin Harris suspected Taylor Swift for weeks before breakup
DJ Calvin Harris said he was suspicious about pop sensation and former girlfriend Taylor Swift for weeks before they broke up, as reported by TMZ. According to reports, Harris had suspected something was wrong a month before they parted ways. His doubts were confirmed when pictures of Swift and Tom Hiddleston kissing each other surfaced. Harris and Swift had announced their breakup on June 2.
Portland crash: Motorcyclist crashes into car, sustains head injuries
A motorcyclist, who was involved in an accident with a car at SE 45th Avenue and Belmont Street, Portland, on Wednesday, sustained traumatic head injuries, as reported by KOIN. The victim was found unconscious by first responders. While he was transported to a local hospital, his current condition has not been made clear. The driver of the car remained at the scene and cooperated with the police.
Actress Ann Morgan Guilbert dies at 87
Ann Morgan Guilbert passed away on Tuesday. She was 87. Known for her role as Millie on the Dick Van Dyke Show, Guilbert had been suffering from cancer, as reported by People. Guilbert’s credits include Grey’s Anatomy, Getting On and Please Give. She also performed on Broadway – in a Naked Girl and To Kill a Mockingbird. She is survived by her two daughters.