About two weeks ago, TIGHAR (that’s the International Group for Historic Aircraft Recovery) announced that it may have spotted the location of Amelia Earhart’s downed plane during a 2012 search. The most important part of that sentence, according to an angry donor, is the year: Timothy Mellon says TIGHAR actually found the remains of Earhart’s plane in 2010 but didn’t tell him—because it wanted him to help fund further searching, the AP reports. Now Mellon, who says he provided more than $1 million worth of stock last year for that 2012 search, is suing the Delaware group.
If you’re the type to swoon over every little thing Prince Harry does, prepare your tizzy now: One of his fellow soldiers in the British Army revealed over the weekend that Harry came to his aid when he was being bullied over his sexuality by other soldiers. “I told him, ‘I think I’m going to be murdered by the infantry,’” James Wharton writes in a new book excerpted by the Daily Mail. “He had a complete look of bewilderment on his face. … He said, ‘Right, I’m going to sort this s—- out once and for all.’” Harry marched on over to the six bullies »>