• Steven Bochco, who gave us "Hill Street Blues", "L.A. Law" and "N.Y.P.D. Blues", died last weekend. He was 74. 
  • After all that concern, that Chinese space ship burned up over the South Pacific Ocean on Sunday. No foolin'. 
  • A Kentucky couple, Harold Holland and Lillian Barnes-got divorced nearly 50 years ago. They're getting remarried on April 14. 
  • A New York judge is being accused of breaking into a neighbor's home and stealing underwear. 
  • Lindsay Lohan has lost a lawsuit against "Grand Theft Auto V" where she claims her image was used without her permission. 
  • Pro golfer Michelle Wie has been suffering recent bouts of dizziness. 
  • Hillary Clinton was reportedly paid $7,000 less than Snooki to speak at Rutgers. 
  • A new study claims that going to concerts actually helps you live longer. 
  • McDonald's is tripling the tuition money they are offering restaurant workers who want to pursue a college degree. 
  • Ireland will be opening it's first-ever nude beach this month. 
  • The Jeff Sessions watch is on. Rumors have him being the next to leave the White House. 
  • Here's what we know so far about the Prince Harry and Meghan Markle royal wedding coming up. It's going to cost around $45 million but expected to bring around $680 million into the British economy. And floral designer Phillipa Craddock has been chosen as the official florist for the event. 
  • Saturday night, 40 people sat in Nashville's Bluebird Cafe to enjoy a few songs from songwriter Craig Wiseman. What they didn't expect was a special pop-in appearance by Taylor Swift. 
  • Apparently, the Tide Pod fad is fading. Now, it's on to condom snorting. No, I'm not making that up. 
  • Dunkin Donuts has rolled out their Go2 breakfast sandwich deals. You have to buy two at whatever you choose. 
  • The New York Auto Show runs through Sunday. 
  • The 20-city sweepstakes to see which city will become Amazon's second headquarters will be decided by December 31. Which ever city is chosen, Amazon plans to spend $5 billion building the new headquarters and hire 50,000 well-paid high-tech workers to work there. 
  • A few of the pranks from Sunday. Burger King announced they were going to start carrying a chocolate Whopper, Arby's offered Onion Ring glasses, Head and Shoulders offered a new shampoo called Knees and Toes, the Lucid Mattress company suggested that since humans only use 40% of their bed, that they could join their bed-sharing program and rent out the additional space. Auntie Anne's Pretzels offered a collection of pretzel-scented essential oils. Oh, and Netflix announced they had acquired Seth Rogen. 
  • President Donald Trump and First Lady Melania Trump welcomed thousands of people to the south lawn of the White House yesterday for the 140th Easter Egg Roll. 
  • The New York Yankees had to postpone their home opener yesterday due to a snowstorm. 
  • The legendary broadcaster Don Imus hung up his headphones and said farewell forever last Thursday. 
  • The former wife of Nelson Mandela, Winnie Mandela, died yesterday at the age of 81. 
  • The ratings for that debut of the Roseanne reboot have been revised and they've gone up. With time-shifted viewers included, 25 million people watched last Tuesday night. 


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