Thursday, October 12, 2017

THINGS YOU NEED TO KNOW

  • A football player at Division III Albright College in Reading has been dismissed from the team after taking a knee during the National Anthem on Saturday. 
  • Jimmy Beaumont, the lead singer of the doo-wop group the Skyliners and a co-writer of the iconic ballad "Since I Don't Have You," has died at age 76. 
  • The Boy Scouts have announced that girls will soon be admitted to the Cub Scouts. 
  • As expected, Harvey Weinstein's wife, Marchesa designer Georgina Chapman, is leaving him. 
  • Hours after he made a statement condemning Harvey Weinstein's predatory behavior, Ben Affleck was accused of groping by actress Hilarie Burton. 
  • Earlier this month, a newly-hired firefighter went to his new station in Detroit and brought along a watermelon as a gift. It was viewed by some firefighters as a racist gesture, and the firefighter was fired. 
  • Ryan Murphy did a quick editing job on this week's episode of "American Horror Story: Cult" because it involved a mass shooting and he wanted to be respectful to the Las Vegas shooting victims. The episode was filmed months ago. 
  • J-Lo is putting her $27 million penthouse up for sale, as she gets ready to move in with Alex Rodriguez. 
  • How do you go to a corn maze, then head home and realize the next morning that you forgot your 3-year-old at the corn maze? It happened in Utah Monday night. 
  • Catalan leader Carles Puigdemont and other regional politicians have signed a document declaring Catalonia's independence from Spain. Now, to see what happens next. 
  • NFL owners will meet to discuss a policy requiring players to stand during the National Anthem. 
  • Amazon is exploring ways to deliver items to customers' car trunks. 
  • Pizza Hut says new technology will guarantee its pizzas will be 15 degrees hotter than normal when delivered.

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