THINGS YOU NEED TO KNOW
That grieving Orca whale is still swimming around with her dead calf in the Pacific Northwest. For almost three weeks now.
The big hit on British TV, a reality show called "Love Island," is heading to CBS. Exactly what you can imagine it is... a dating show.
Erik Trump's wife, Lara, is leading the campaign to ban dog racing in Florida.
If you're keeping score at home, Macaulay Culkin says he's been asked to guest star on "The Big Bang Theory" three times, and turned 'em down each time.
Margot Kidder's death in May has been ruled a suicide, an overdose of drugs and alcohol.
Izzy Azalea confirms she's dating Houston Texans star DeAndre Hopkins.
The 100th PGA Championship, golf's final major of the season, is off and running at the Bellerive Country Club in the suburbs of St. Louis.
Richard Gere is going to be a dad again at age 69.
Four decades ago, before Aerosmith was selling out stadiums, the band was traveling New England and trying to become a household name. The band members rode in a funky 1964 International Harvester Metro van with a cartoon man and "Aerosmith" painted in bright colors across the side. The van has been found in a field in Massachusetts.
Howard Stern has a new book coming out, September 25.
Kris Jenner is hinting that she's engaged.
The Samsung Note 9 was unveiled yesterday, the biggest yet and word is, that it's going to be the last.
A drone-racing course has opened up in Vermont.
Keep your eyes to the skies for the annual Perseid Meteor shower.
Lindsay Lohan is slamming the #metoo accusers as "weak."
An Atlanta charter school will not recite the Pledge of Allegiance as part of its morning meeting agenda.
Rumors of a civil war breaking out in Iran continue.
A study says eating crickets every day is a way to improve digestive health.
Another study says sleeping more than ten hours a day makes a person 30% more likely to die prematurely.
Five people have been charged with trafficking $73 million worth of Air Jordans.
The Harlem Globetrotters Bull Bullard successfully made a trick shot from an airplane flying at 70 mph.