May. 22, 2019
Warning: There are spoilers for those who haven't seen the series finale of "Game of Thrones."
After eight epic seasons, you would think HBO's tent pole fantasy phenomenon Game of Thrones would go out in a blaze of glory.
It did not.
Reactions to the final episode are very mixed.
Devoted fans felt swindled by what they thought was a rushed season while others were satisfied overall and bemoaned the ending of an era.
Warning: This article may contain spoilers for those who have not watched the "Game of Thrones" series finale.
Common reactions included viewers feeling slighted by rushed writing that led to an online petition demanding HBO remake the eighth season with "competent writers."
A bizarre police e-fit appeal, a digital version of a police sketch, has attracted a lot of attention after people compared the wanted man with a Lego figure.
Northamptonshire Police issued the image to try to catch a distraction burglar who knocked on a woman’s door and told the occupant he needed to check the pipes due to “sewage issues”.
Warning: There are major spoilers ahead for those who haven't seen the "Game of Thrones" finale.
After we watched Daenerys (Emilia Clarke) begin her descent into madness by leading the massacre at King's Landing at the end of the penultimate episode, Jon Snow, the true Targaryen heir did what he had to do, much to our chagrin.
"You are my queen, now and forever," would be the last words Daenerys would hear before Snow plunged his sword into her gut. Ouch.
The Trump administration requested paperwork from the Justice Department to pardon service members who are known to have committed war crimes.
According to the New York Times, among those who will be pardoned on or around Memorial Day is Navy SEAL, Chief Eddie Gallagher.
In 2017, Gallagher was accused of killing a 15-year-old ISIS fighter who was wounded.