THINGS YOU NEED TO KNOW
Snapchat's stock has hit an all-time low and one analyst says that it's quickly running out of money. In other words, don't get too attached to it.
CNN invited both Republican U.S. Senator Ted Cruz and Democratic challenger U.S. Rep. Beto O'Rourke to a one-hour TV special on October 18th. Cruz declined, so O'Rourke is going to get one hour of prime-time exposure all by himself.
A Yellowstone geyser erupted the other day, one that doesn't erupt very often and with it, came all kinds of garbage, some dating back to the 1930s.
Mortgage rates have now climbed to above the 5% mark.
Jennifer Garner has a very successful baby food company, called "Once Upon a Farm."
Eating fish once a week may boost your love life. Research shows that couples who ate seafood regularly had sex 22 percent more often than those who didn't. That can help ease stress and improve the immune system. Bonus: The good fats in fish also protect against heart disease.
Peggy McCay, who portrayed Caroline Brady on "Days of Our Lives" for more than three decades, died Sunday from natural causes. She was 90.
Oreo is getting ready to release a new version of their cookie, the Most Stuf, which has triple the normal cream between the two cookie halves.
In New York, a former personal assistant to the CEO of Goldman Sachs, chose to jump out a window of the 33rd floor the Carlyle Hotel, rather than going to jail for allegedly stealing $1.2 million worth of wine from his former boss.
Rosie O'Donnell is engaged to her girlfriend of one year, a police officer. Rosie is 56, her girlfriend, 33.
Bruno Mars posted a video showing Ed Sheeran singing Happy Birthday to him. Sheeran changed the lyrics, singing, "Happy birthday dear two-time Super Bowl performing Bruno."
Hong Kong plans to ban e-cigarettes.
Canada officially legalizes adult use of marijuana nationwide next Wednesday, October 17.
Just days after Ben Affleck took Shauna Sexton on a romantic getaway to Montana, and the actor has decided to call things off so that he can focus on rebuilding his life after rehab.