Former Supreme Court Justice Sandra Day O'Connor, the first woman ever to serve on the high court, announced Tuesday she is in the early stages of what is likely Alzheimer's disease and is retiring from public life.
O'Connor, 88, was President Ronald Reagan's first Supreme Court nominee. She served from 1981 to 2006 and was a key swing vote, often bridging the gap between the court's conservative and liberal justices.
Usually when we think of icebergs, we don't imagine perfect geometric shapes. But that's exactly what NASA captured in an image posted on Twitter of an iceberg in what appears to be the shape of a perfect rectangle, taken during a flight for Operation Icebridge. ⠀
📷: NASA #nasa#science#picoftheday#earth#iceberg
The Punch Powertrain Solar Team car from Belgium competes during the Carrera Solar Atacama solar race near Santiago, Chile. The 5th Carrera Solar Atacama will stretch from Santiago through the north of Chile to Arica. The race takes place in the driest desert in the world, where you can find the highest levels of solar radiation on the planet. 📷 Geert Vanden Wijngaert, @apnews#solarpower#solar#race#automobile#chile#desert
Amy Schumer is pregnant. (And, no she is not joking!)
Schumer teased the announcement on her personal Instagram page with an image of her and Fischer's faces pasted onto the bodies of Prince Harry and Duchess Meghan, who announced last week that are expecting a royal baby in the spring. 📸@apnews#amyschumer#chrisfischer#pregnant#pregnancy#celebrity