Friday, September 1, 2017

THINGS YOU NEED TO KNOW

  • Frito-Lay, the makers of Doritos, Ruffles and Funyuns, are working on organic non-GMO chips to cash in on their increasing popularity. 
  • India has crowned their first trans beauty queen. 
  • An Australian pop star is getting lots of flack for thinking that twerking in a Holocaust museum and taking pictures was a good idea. 
  • During an interview, Angelina Jolie admitted she "f'ed up with Brad Pitt." 
  • Rachel Ray has donated $1 million to animals that were affected by Hurricane Harvey. 
  • New stats show that Americans on average spent more on taxes in 2016 than they did on food and clothing combined. 
  • The city of Los Angeles has officially replaced the Columbus Day holiday on their calendar with Indigenous People's Day. 
  • Michelle Wie is recovering after undergoing an emergency appendectomy. 
  • Bruce Springsteen's Broadway performances have been extended for 10 weeks after the initial schedule sold out in record time. 
  • New York City has raised the price of cigarettes to $13 a pack, the highest in the nation. 
  • Aston Martin says it will go completely hybrid with its cars by 2025. 
  • John McCain will return to the U.S. Senate next week. It's back to work! 
  • Fox News Channel hires conservative commentator Tomi Lahren. 
  • Best Buy is apologizing for one of their Houston stores trying to sell a case of water for $42. 
  • Jimmy Fallon used his down time from The Tonight Show to have surgery on the finger he nearly lost in a freak fall two years ago when his wedding ring caught on a countertop. So he's currently running around with a cast. 
  • O.J. Simpson said he is looking forward to spending lots of time with his children when he gets out of a Nevada prison in October, but according to a new book, they don't want him around. 

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