• We're turning back the clocks an hour this weekend whether you like it or not! That makes this the longest weekend of the year. It just means it'll be later earlier.
  • Phil Collins says he's coming out of retirement and heading back into he studio.
  • An American scholar stumbled across what is believed to be one of the earliest known drafts of the King James version of the Bible, going back to 1604.
  • Amal and George Clooney have adopted a rescue dog from a local animal shelter. A 4-year-old basset hound named Millie.
  • Ryan Reynolds' dad died this past week, after battling Parkinson's Disease for 20 years. He was 74.
  • Australian billionaire James Packer attended the grand opening of his new casino in Macau, along with girlfriend Mariah Carey on his arm.
  • Serena Williams has supposedly moved on from Drake to Alexis Ohanian, the co-founder of Reddit.
  • A West Virginia school went on lockdown after a man walked onto the campus and insisted on singing Justin Bieber songs over the intercom.
  • A study says that 54 million Americans are now doing freelance work.
  • Apple sold 48 million iPhones in the last quarter.
  • There is a new app that will tell you before you buy a house if there was ever a meth lab in it.
  • Sam Sarpong, a supermodel and former host of MTV's "Yo Momma," has died after jumping off a bridge in Pasadena, CA. He was 40.
  • DMX was arrested at his New York home on Tuesday on a contempt of court charge for allegedly failing to pay $10,000 a month in child support to ex-wife Tashera Simmons and their four children.
  • Madonna joined Katy Perry on stage Wednesday night at her Los Angeles concert and did a little dirty dancing. Ew.
  • Dr. Phil is airing conversations former Subway spokesman Jared Fogle had about underage children. He played some yesterday, more today.
  • Motorola and Verizon are offering a new phone called the Droid Turbo 2, which features a shatterproof screen and 2-day battery ilfe.
  • So, in Seattle, the Seattle Public Library decided it needed a new name. So, they paid an agency thousands of dollars to come up with a new name that told people about all the things available there. Of course, with new signage, stationary, logo, etc... the name change would end up costing several million dollars. The name the agency came up with -- Seattle Public Libraries. Fortunately, the board voted, "Uh, no."


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