The 4,000-year-old Tomb of Mehu, hidden away from public eyes for more than 80 years, has opened near Giza, the home of the ancient pyramids. Tourists are flocking to the site to visit the home of an ancient Egyptian mummy.

Reports say that Steve Bannon is very upset that people are in his house.


NBC News reported that at both Harvard and Yale, more freshmen identify as LGBTQ than as politically conservative.

Meanwhile at the University of Arizona, most freshmen report themselves as blackout drunk.


Paul Menchaca, 31, of Arizona has been charged with multiple counts of sex abuse after he faked having Down syndrome and hired female caregivers to bathe him and change his diapers.

FYI: In Washington D.C., faking having Down syndrome and having people bathe you and change your diapers is called a “Naughty Mike Pence.”


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4,000-year-old Egyptian Tomb of Mehu opens to the public for the first time

More Harvard, Yale freshmen identify as LGBTQ than as conservative, surveys find

Man faked Down syndrome, sexually abused women he hired to change his diaper, police say


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