The week's half over, but the news never takes a break. Here's your daily Enstars Rundown.


Monty Python's Terry Gilliam isn't dead yet. Hollywood trade Variety accidently published a prewritten obituary for the comedy troupe's sole American member and cult director of such films as Brazil and 12 Monkeys yesterday afternoon. The publication quickly took to Twitter to rectify the announcement and apologize.

A recent homeopathy conference in Germany took a turn for the bizarre over the weekend. According to reports, it seems that someone may have surreptitiously dosed the attendees with a hallucinogenic drug, causing many to suffer LSD like symptoms.

Listen to This: Bar Rescue's Jon Taffer stops by the Nerdist podcast to talk about his career in the bar industry and how he came up with his hit TV show.

Intel has suddenly and without warning ended its support of the Science Talent Search, the top science and mathematics competition for high school students in the United States.

Hilary Clinton has officially apologized for running her own private email server while serving as Secretary of State. In an interview with ABC News' David Muir Tuesday night, the presidential candidate said, "That was a mistake. I'm sorry about that. I take responsibility."

The Russian government officially confirmed that it has military personnel on the ground in Syria. A spokesperson for the Russian Foreign Ministry told reporters that the personnel are "military experts" working to assist in the delivery of weapons to "combat terrorism" in the region.

The city of Seattle's 2015-2016 school year started off today with a last minute continuation of the summer break, as local teachers are on strike.

Queen Elizabeth II is officially the longest British Monarch EVER.

Watch This: Stephen Colbert FINALLY skewers Donald Trump. Ever since Trump announced his candidacy for president this summer, political comedy fans have sorely missed that satirist Stephen Colbert wasn't on the air to comment on the mogul/reality star/lunatic's campaign. But last night was Colbert's first night hosting The Late Show on CBS and gave fans the long-awaited lampooning.