David Ryall, who played Elphias Doge in Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows: Part 1, died on Christmas Day at age 79, the BBC reports. No cause of death was given. Read More > Other Links From TVGuide.com David Ryall Harry Potter And The Deathly Hallows: Part 1
Veteran British actor David Ryall died Christmas Day at the age of 79. While he was probably best known for his role as the wizard Elphias Dog, a friend of Dumbledore in Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows: Part 1, his career spanned fine decades, from the stage to the... More »
Sad news – British actor David Ryall has passed away. Best known most recently for his role as Elphias Doge in the seventh Harry Potter film, 2010?s Deathly Hallows: Part 1, he died at age 79 on Christmas Day. Sherlock actor Mark Gatiss broke the news on Twitter, writing, “The great David Ryall left us [...]
David Ryall, maybe best known to American audiences for playing Elphias Doge in 2010's Harry Potter And The Deathly Hallows: Part I but who appeared in a slew of British TV series and miniseries over a five-decade career, died on Christmas Day. Show More Summary
This is part one in a justice series reviewing the most prominent cases of unarmed African Americans who were killed by police in 2014. Eric Garner was choked to death on July 17, 2014, on a Staten Island, NY sidewalk by Officer Daniel Pantaleo. Show More Summary
You're going to be seeing a whole lot of goods from THE WOMAN IN BLACK 2: ANGEL OF DEATH around these parts nowadays - in fact, you already have. It's the first major genre release of 2015, hence we're being inundated with promos, pics, clips and more from the sequel. Show More Summary
By Lisa Skye,Paul Rasche Published: December 23rd, 2014
The Independent reports that the nation's bookies have slashed the odds of another hung Westminster Parliament though Tony Booth - the 'Scouse git' from 'Till Death Us Do Part - seems less impressed at the chances of Ed Miliband becoming Prime Minister until the Labour leader starts wearing long pants. Show More Summary
Twenty-eight people in ten states have fallen ill. As part of a "rapidly evolving" investigation, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention has taken the rare step of advising people to avoid a specific kind of food altogether until the organization learns more about a recent outbreak of illness. Show More Summary
It's not a massive decline, but it's a part of a trend. With some 5.69 million reported crashes – a slight rise, overall – traffic deaths in the U.S. have dropped 3.1 percent from 2012, with 32,719 people killed in crashes last year. And over the last decade, it's fallen by 25 percent, thanks in no small part to safer cars. Read more...
Atlas Shrugged, part II, chapter VII Pulled by a coal-burning engine that’s not designed for the poorly ventilated tunnel it’s about to enter, the doomed train chugs upward into the mountains: Some of the passengers aboard the Comet were awake. As the train started its coiling ascent, they saw the small cluster of Winston’s lights [Read More...]
The General Motors ignition-switch compensation fund has the macabre task of determining whether to pay settlements to those who claim to be hurt by the automaker's faulty parts. The group, led by star attorney Kenneth Feinberg, has been accepting claims since August 1, and the latest statistics have brought to light quite a grisly figure. Show More Summary
The Death Penalty Information Center, which opposes capital punishment, says executions dropped in part because some states had issues with their lethal injections.
Despite carelessness on the parents' parts, no charges are expected.
This image is part of a weekly series that The Root is presenting in conjunction with the Image of the Black Archive & Library at Harvard University’s Hutchins Center for African and African American Research.
David Alm on Michael Brown and America's parallel history. The post Michael Brown’s Death Is Now Part of American History appeared first on The Good Men Project.
Brian Williams has “renewed his commitment” to NBC News, the division announced this morning. But NBC News stopped short of saying it's until death do them part — saying only it's for “years to come.” “I'm thrilled to let you know that...Show More Summary
On Thursday students and liberal professors at Augustana College in Rock Island, Illinois held a “die-in” to protest the deaths of robber Mike Brown and Eric Garner. Professor Paul Croll took part in the protest. He brought his 9 and … Continue reading ?
Damien Echols, who received three death sentences as part of the West Memphis Three, shares his struggle to have a life after being tortured - and almost killed - for a crime he didn’t commit: Echols’ memoir about his experience is here. Previous live storytelling on the Dish here. Learn more about The Moth here.