Tuesday, September 5, 2017

THINGS YOU NEED TO KNOW

  • Another royal is on the way. Princess Kate and Prince William are expecting their third child together. The announcement came a little earlier than planned because Kate is battling severe morning sickness and had to cancel an engagement. 
  • Steely Dan co-founder and bassist Walter Becker died Sunday. He was 67. 
  • Rapper Lil Wayne was hospitalized and canceled a Vegas concert after experiencing more epileptic seizures. 
  • A Houston convenience store owner is being charged with price-gouging after selling gasoline for $20 a gallon and water for $99 a case of bottles. 
  • "The Simpsons" has fired composer Alf Clausen after 27 years. 
  • Walter Becker, guitarist, bassist and co-writer for duo Steely Dan, has died. He was 67. 
  • A man died Sunday at the famous desert celebration Burning Man after running into the giant wooden structure set on fire. 
  • Zayn Malik is now sporting a completely shaved head. 
  • Angelina Jolie showed up at the premiere of her new movie, "First they killed my father" (which she directed, produced and co-wrote) in Colorado with all six of her kids! 
  • Tech billionaire Michael Dell, who grew up in Houston before founding Dell Technologies, has pledged $36-million to assist Hurricane Harvey relief efforts. 
  • Actor Richard Anderson, who played Oscar Goldman on the "Six Million Dollar Man" and "The Bionic Woman" has died. He was 91. 
  • L'Oreal fired their first transgender model after she posted on Facebook that "all white people are racists." 
  • Apple is going to unveil the next iPhone on September 12. 
  • The execution of a death row inmate in Texas was delayed because of Harvey and has been moved from last week to December 14. 
  • Ethan Hawke's great-grandmother wanted him to become a priest, but the actor says he prayed that he would never get the calling. 
  • LaVar Ball and his family are set to star in a reality show called "Ball in the Family." 
  • As of last Friday, Americans are now officially banned from traveling to North Korea. 
  • Tyler Perry donated $1 million to the Harvey relief efforts, with a part of that money going to Joel Osteen's Lakewood Church. 
  • Treasury Secretary Steve Mnuchin has created doubt that Harriet Tubman will replace Andrew Jackson on the $20 bill. 

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