Thursday, June 29, 2017

THINGS YOU NEED TO KNOW

  • Sarah Palin is suing the New York Times for defamation of character. 
  • Seattle remains the hottest real estate market in the country. House prices have gone up 12.9% over the past year. 
  • Australian supermodel Miranda Kerr has turned over jewelry worth $8.1 million to the U.S. Department of Justice that she received from an ex-boyfriend, Malaysian businessman Low Taek Jho, in 2014. 
  • President Trump held his first re-election campaign fundraiser last night in Washington, DC, at one of his hotels. 
  • The San Luis Obispo home of Big Bang Theory star Johnny Galecki has been destroyed by a wildfire. 
  • A new strain of ransomware named Petya has begun attacking companies in Europe and North America. 
  • Facebook has hit 2 billion users. 
  • Homeless shelters in Chicago will start serving Starbucks coffee with meals. 
  • J-Lo and Alex Rodriguez continue to be inseparable. They spent last weekend in the Hamptons with her kids. 
  • Pandora is shutting down in Australia and New Zealand. 
  • Shakira has announced dates for her first world tour in six years. 
  • Michael Nyqvist, the Swedish actor known to American audiences for his roles in Mission Impossible: Ghost Protocol and John Wick, has died at 56. Lung cancer. 
  • The New York Knicks and Phil Jackson parted ways yesterday. 
  • So, if everything goes as hoped, "American Idol" will return to ABC with Ryan Seacrest as host and Katy Perry, Lionel Ritchie and Nikki Sixx from Motley Crue as judges. 
  • Donal Logue -- who you may know as Detective Harvey Bullock on "Gotham" -- has put out an all-call for his 16-year-old son, who went missing in New York on Monday. 
  • A Czech nuclear power station is in hot water after it used a bikini contest to hire potential interns. 
  • Michael Bond, the author of the books about much-adored children's character Paddington Bear, has died. He was 91. 
  • In South Carolina, a new mom is really glad her labor is over. Her new baby boy weighed in at 14-pounds 4-ounces. 
  • The body of a woman was found in an Oklahoma Wal-Mart. The door had been locked for days and everyone just assumed it was out of order. 
  • Jim Carrey is facing a wrongful death lawsuit, as the family of his ex- girlfriend blame him for the prescription pill overdose that killed her. 

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