THINGS YOU NEED TO KNOW
Ken Berry, best known to TV audiences for his work on F Troop, Mayberry R.F.D. and Mama's Family, has died at the age of 85. A cause of death has not been disclosed.
Kid Rock's profane comments on Friday to describe Joy Behar on live TV have gotten him booted from leading the Nashville Christmas Parade.
An Egyptian actress is facing trial on public obscenity charges for wearing a revealing dress. Rania Youssef was charged with obscenity for wearing a dress which showed the entirety of her legs through embroidered gauze.
"Daredevil" is the latest Marvel series canceled by Netflix.
Southwest Airlines is apologizing after one of their ticket agents made fun of the name of a little girl on one their flights. The little girl's mom was highly upset and so, the airline has apologized. The little girl's name. ABCDE. It's pronounced Ab-city.
Starbucks has announced its going to install porn-blocking filters on their stores' WI-FI, beginning next year.
While in Iowa, prison inmates are suing for what they say is their constitutional right to watch pornography.
Apple Music is coming to Amazon's Alexa, starting December 17.
Qantas Airlines announced they're going to be cracking down on carry-on bags and if they weigh too much, you won't get to carry them on.
2 million federal workers have been warned that talking at work about "resistance" or whether or not President Trump should be impeached could be an illegal activity.
While visiting FOX and Friends Friday morning, Kid Rock urged people to show more love and tolerance for one another. Then, he followed that statement with, "except that Joy Behar bitch."
They're working on a live-action version of Pinocchio and they're eyeing Tom Hanks as Geptepto.
A man in Thailand was killed by an elephant he hit with his car.
A study claims that Apple Watches can add two years of life to wearers.
A Dutch church is holding an 800-hour long service to save an immigrant family from deportation.
Tickets for the Yankees-Red Sox games in London will cost between $38-$493.
A study says more students are "sleep texting" these days-that is, sending out messages during the night they don't remember.