- John Warren Geils Jr., better known as J. Geils, the guitarist for the J. Geils Band, was found dead in his Massachusetts home on Tuesday. He was 71.
- Bill O'Reilly has announced a two-week break from his Fox News show.
- OK, pay attention. Phil Collins' third wife received $47 million from him when they divorced in 2008. She went on to get married and then divorced and now she and Phil are back together again, living in Jennifer Lopez's former beach mansion in Florida.
- MTV alum Clay Adler has commited suicide at age 27. Adler starred on MTV's "Newport Harbor: The Real Orange County."
- Ann Coulter says the rumor that she is dating former TV star Jimmy J.J. Walker is not true. They're friends, but that's it.
- A light bulb that may have been burning since the early 1900s has been discovered glowing dimly in the basement of the Fire Museum of York County in Pennsylvania.
- 23% of U.S. broadband households own wireless earbuds, and 16% own wireless headphones.
- Negotiations continue in an effort to avoid a TV writers strike on May 2.
- A Maryland couple bought a bag of spinach and inside they found a live scorpion.
- Caitlyn Jenner confirms she's gone through gender reassignment surgery.
- Donald Trump Jr. says he's not going to run for governor of New York next year, but no guarantees after that.
- In development -- a gum that you chew that measures things in your saliva that could signal you have cancer.
- Wisconsin and New Jersey actually have laws on the books that make it illegal to sell home-baked goods.
- Katy Perry has designed pumps and named them "The Hillary" after former Presidential candidate Hillary Clinton.
Wednesday, April 12, 2017
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