THINGS YOU NEED TO KNOW

  • Oprah has just signed to star in a new movie, "A Winkle in Time."
  • San Francisco has the most legal pot smokers in the country, smoking an average of $647 worth of the weed every year.
  • The Seattle Seahawks have extended head coach Pete Carroll's contract.
  • Six-time MTV Video Music Awards winner, Taylor Swift received zero nominations this year, a surprising turn of events for the 26-year-old singer, who led the pack of honorees at last year's ceremony with 10 nominations for her album "Bad Blood."
  • James Corden's Carpool Karaoke spinoff series now has a home: Apple Music.
  • Military officials have relieved Army Major General David Haight from his post in Europe after determining he had misused government resources while having an extramarital affair.
  • The Back to School bill for the average student: $917.00.
  • Tech experts are predicting that computers will use more energy than the world can produce by the year 2040.
  • There's a new app out there that will help pet owners find people nearby who will pick up their pet's poop, so they don't have to.
  • The American Red Cross is pleading for donors as the blood supply has fallen below five days' need.
  • When asked to comment about his marriage, Ozzy Osbourne said "Some days, it's terrible."
  • Scientists say they are worried that binge watching TV can kill people.
  • A Chicago businessman is selling carry-on luggage people can ride on. They have motors built in, so you can sit down on it and ride it through the airport.
  • Comedian Katt Williams has been arrested again for assaulting a woman in Los Angeles.
  • The manager of English soccer team Manchester United has banned his players from playing Pokemon Go.
  • Lindsay Lohan and her wealthy Russian fiance Egor Tarabasov have called off the wedding and gone their separate ways.
  • 88-year-old Roger Moore announced the death of his step-daughter on social media Monday. Christina Knudsen lost her battle with cancer on Monday. She was only 47.
  • Rihanna has officially joined the cast of "The Bates Motel."
  • Starbucks has introduced Cold Brew Coffee Pitcher Packs, which allow customers to make their cold brew at home.
  • Anheuser-Busch has raised its bid to buy out rival Miller Beer.
  • A federal judge ruled yesterday that John Hinkley, Jr., the man who shot President Ronald Reagan in 1981 outside a Washington, DC, hotel will be released no sooner than August 5 from a government psychiatric hospital and be permitted to live full time in Williamsburg, VA.


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