Wednesday, June 21, 2017

THINGS YOU NEED TO KNOW

  • There's talk that Sean Spicer may be disappearing from the press podium, but will remain with the White House. 
  • In Russia, a 22-year-old couple were having sex in the back seat of their car when it rolled into a nearby river and both drowned. 
  • Star Trek: Discovery, the next Trek TV series, debuts on Sunday, September 24th. 
  • "Star Wars" actress Carrie Fisher had traces of cocaine, heroin and party drug MDMA, also known as ecstasy, in her system when she died suddenly in December, according to a full autopsy report released on Monday. 
  • The best-selling police car in the U.S.? It's a modified Ford Explorer, making up 51% of sales. 
  • A Colorado group wants to ban the sale of smartphones to kids under 13. 
  • The 3rd annual Amazon Prime Day is coming up. No official word yet, but the rumor mill has it happening either July 11 or 12. 
  • The extreme heat in Phoenix this week has forced American Airlines to cancel dozens of flights over the past few days. Their jets can only operate safely up to 118-degrees. 
  • Monthly Wi-Fi usage has increased by 40% in U.S. smartphone households. 
  • Kim Kardashian West is defending herself against allegations that she appeared in blackface to promote her new beauty line. 
  • A Pennsylvania radio host has quit after his boss told him not to criticize President Trump on the air. 
  • The Supreme Court held Monday no one could tell The Slants they can't use an offensive term for their band name. 
  • Beyonce's twins were premature and are "under the lights" to normalize... this according to sources connected with the family. 
  • Rob Kardashian and Blac Chyna are back on again. 
  • The Minnesota Timberwolves announced a jersey patch deal with Fitbit, the first team to take advantage of the NBA's relaxed rules. 
  • An airline in India is giving lifetime flights to a baby born inflight. 
  • Seattle has voted for a 1.75 cent an ounce tax on sodas to help the poor. 
  • A Pennsylvania man was awarded $870,000 by a jury after doctors removed the wrong testicle. 

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