Instant Index: Ferris Bueller Home for Sale for $1.5 Million

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Clues About the Touchy U.S. Tourist Italian investigators haven't identified the U.S. tourist who broke the pinky off a priceless 14th century statue but they have released some clues. The man is a 55-year-old surgeon at a Connecticut hospital who was born in Missouri with the initials P.B. The Florence museum is not pressing charges but the culprit could still be fined.

Ferris Bueller Home for Sale for $1.5 Million Everyone remembers when Ferris Bueller's ultimate joy ride screeched to a halt after the Ferrari belonging to his pal's dad flew through a glass window. The iconic glass house from the 1980s hit movie "Ferris Bueller's Day Off" could now be yours, but you have to cough up $1.5 million.

(Redfin)

Stephen Colbert's 'Get Lucky' Video Goes Viral After Daft Punk canceled its appearance Tuesday on the "Colbert Report" because of an agreement to only perform on MTV's Video Music Awards, Stephen Colbert did his own rendition of the band's hit song, "Get Lucky." He pulled out all the stops including the Rockettes, Matt Damon and even Henry Kissinger. Colbert can really dance and the video has now gone viral online.

(Comedy Central/YouTube)

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