• Dolores O'Riordan, lead singer of the Irish band The Cranberries, died suddenly in London yesterday. She was 46. 
  • The public employee that sent out that false missile attack alarm last week has been re-assigned. 
  • They're saying we're within 10 years of being able to freeze a human cryogenically and being able to bring them back to life. 
  • After the out-cry of how much more Mark Wahlberg was paid over Michelle Williams for re-shooting scenes for the movie, "All the money in the world", Mark and his agency are donating $2 million to Time's Up Legal Defense fund, in Michelle's name. 
  • In tennis, the first Grand Slam event is underway: The Australian Open. 
  • After an 8-year hiatus, the Ford Ranger will return to the showrooms next model year. 
  • The next season of "The Handmaid's Tale" will be released in April. 
  • Ben Roethlisberger's season may be over, but he says he plans to return next year. 
  • Gwen Stefani and Blake Shelton had been talking about a June wedding. But now we're told Gwen called it off, after an alleged infidelity by Blake. 
  • Dennis Rodman was arrested on a suspected DUI Saturday night in southern California. 
  • Jim Carrey, Diana Ross and Magic Johnson were all in Hawaii for that false missile attack event last week. 
  • Saudi Arabia is now allowing women into stadiums to watch soccer in public for the first time. 
  • Mel Gibson is being sued by his ex-wife who claims she has PTSD from his assaults. 
  • And the first movie shown in Saudi Arabia in a movie theater in 35 years was... "The Emoji Movie." 


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