The Jamaican Bobsled team returned to their country as heroes. Four years later, they returned to the Olympics...as equals.
A Brief History of Time has sold more than 10 million copies worldwide. Now 72 years old, Stephen has no plans to retire and continues to seek a (title phrase)....Jane and Stephen remain friends and now have 3 grandchildren.
The colour of the King's urine suggests that he was suffering from porphyria, a physical illness that affects the nervous system. The disease is periodic, unpredictable - and hereditary.
Chris Kyle was killed that day by a veteran he was trying to help.
'In Cold Blood' made (Title Character) the most famous writer in America. He never finished another book. The epigraph he chose for his last, unfinished work reads 'More tears are shed over answered prayers than unanswered ones.' He died in 1984 from complications due to alcoholism.
Archie & (Title Character) moved to Rio, had 17 children, and founded a leper colony. Ken became Master of Ceremonies at the London Sea World. Otto emigrated to South Africa and became Minister for Justice.
Dedicated to the men of Operation Red Wings. The Afghan villagers who protected Marcus did so out of duty to their 2,000 year old code of honor, known as Pashtunwali. Pashtunwali requires a tribe to undertake the responsibility of safeguarding an individual against his enemies and protecting him at all costs....
After a year of government-mandated hormonal therapy, Alan Turing committed suicide on June 7th, 1954....In 2013, Queen Elizabeth II granted Turing a posthumous royal pardon, honoring his unprecedented achievements....Turing's work inspired generations of research into what scientists called 'Turing Machines.' Today, we call them computers.
Dave Schultz was posthumously inducted into the National Wrestling Hall of Fame. He is survived by his wife and two children. Mark Schultz retired from competitive wrestling after the 1988 Olympics. He now lives in Oregon, where he offers wrestling clinics. John du Pont died in prison on December 9, 2010.
Michael Oher was a freshman All-American in his first season and, with help from Miss Sue, made the Dean's List. Collins followed in her Mom's footsteps and became a cheerleader at Ole Miss. Sean and Leigh Ann still live in Memphis. SJ received everything he was promised.
Subsequent to the events dramatized here, the Tobacco Industry in 1998 settled the lawsuits filed against it by Mississippi and 49 other states for $246 Billion. Although based on a true story, certain events in this motion picture have been fictionalized for dramatic effect.
...The decisive battle sought by Lee had ended in failure, but the spirit of the Southern army was far from broken, and the war would rage on for 2 more devastating years.
...In 1993, the World Boxing Council awarded Rubin (Title Phrase) Carter the World Middleweight Championship belt in recognition of his twenty year fight for freedom....
One week after (Title Character)'s death, Virginia Hill returned all of the missing money to Meyer Lansky. Virginia Hill committed suicide in Austria. By 1991, the 6 million dollars invested in (Title Character)'s Las Vegas dream had generated revenues of 100 billion dollars.
Harold married Sybil, became the Elder Statesman of British Athletics, and died in January, 1978. Eric Liddell, missionary, died in occupied China at the end of World War II. All of Scotland mourned.
Following the hearings, Captain Jones was suspended, Chief Davis was demoted and Mayor Cryer chose not to run for re-election. For the rest of his life, Reverend Briegleb used his radio show to expose police misconduct and political corruption....Christine Collins never stopped searching for her son.