THINGS YOU NEED TO KNOW
Tim Tebow is going to be a host for a new athletic competition series, produced by LeBron James, called "Million Dollar Mile."
The very first robot brothel in Finland has opened for business in Helsinki.
The trial of alleged drug kingpin El Chapo has begun in a Brooklyn courtroom.
Prince Andrew and Sarah, Duchess of York, were officially divorced since 1996, but have stayed fairly close for the sake of their children. Now we're hearing the romantic spark is still there and the two may remarry.
Zoe Kravitz is engaged. She's the daughter of Lenny Kravitz and Cosby TV daughter, Lisa Bonet. Kravitz is also appearing naked as a jaybird on the cover of this month's Rolling Stone magazine.
Two airline pilots reported seeing unidentified flying objects off the southwest coast of Ireland last week.
A pastor of an Assemblies of God church in Missouri is claiming that yoga has "demonic roots" and is warning all Christians to avoid the popular activity.
Chris Pratt and his latest love interest, Katherine Schwarzenegger, recently went on a double date with her dad, the Arnold.
Ireland Baldwin was briefly accused of looting, as she tried to rescue things out of the home her mom, Kim Basinger, owned. Eventually, that home burned down.
The beds slept in by Oprah Winfrey and Presidents Bill Clinton and Barack Obama at Asherwood -- the Indiana estate of the late shopping-mall magnate Melvin Simon -- will be auctioned off this weekend.
The trendy pose on Instagram these days among celebrities is the "Insta-split." That's when you lay down on your side, head propped up with your arm and one leg pointing straight up in the air (to demonstrate your flexibility).
Johnny Galecki and his girlfriend made their red carpet debut at the People's Choice Awards the other night. He's 43, she's 21. They've been an item since September.
One NASA scientists is warning that the lack of sunspots could result in record cold temperatures in the months ahead.
Then there's the kid getting down to the bottom of his Trick or Treat candy collection and realizing that someone, somewhere, tossed in a packet of ketchup.
Netflix will soon allow viewers to change programming by sticking out their tongue.
Starbucks is looking at laying off 5% of its corporate workforce.
Samsung says they're getting close to rolling out TV's that you control with your mind.
The 8th and final season of "Game of Thrones" is on the way next April, just so you know.