• Hong Kong police had to diffuse a bomb from World War II that was found, unexploded that a construction crew dug up. 
  • Tomorrow is a Super Blue Red Moon. Super, because it will appear larger than normal. Blue moon because it's the second full moon in the same month. Red, thanks to a lunar eclipse that takes place. Check your local listings as to time. 
  • Down in San Diego, Vila, the world's second oldest gorilla, has died just three months after celebrating her 60th birthday. 
  • Lorde, the only female Album of Year nominee, was invited to be part of a salute to Tom Petty at the Grammy's. But because the other album nominees got a solo appearance and she didn't', she opted to just stay in the audience with her flask. 
  • New Orleans did a clean out of their sewer drains in the downtown area and cleaned out 46 tons of beads from the drains. 
  • We now know that Chrissy Teigen and John Legend are having a baby boy. 
  • The Katie Holmes/Jamie Foxx thing is still going strong. 
  • Now we hear that some donut shops are making donuts that look like Tide Pods. You're not helping. 
  • Tom Cruise says the name of his new "Mission Impossible" movie will be "Fallout." 
  • Amazon's Alexa is picking the Eagles to win the Super Bowl, while Apple's Siri is going with the Patriots. 
  • Minnesota Governor Mark Dayton paid $6,000 for a ticket to his home state's Super Bowl. 
  • A study says Oklahoma is the most polite state for business. 
  • There's a new Harry Potter-themed cruise, and tickets start at $4,000 a person. 
  • One of the four victims of the Pennsylvania car wash killings had posted last week on Facebook that "After this week, I rlly (sic) need to get taken out... on a date or by a sniper either one is fine w me at this point." A Facebook friend and the alleged shooter Tim Smith responded, "I could both." 
  • Ronda Rousey has ditched UFC for WWE. 
  • The Amazon Spheres opened up today after five years of preparation. These are giant spheres filled with plants and waterfalls, designed to give employees a creative space in the city. 


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