• The Enquirer is showing what they call 'cheating photos' that they claim are responsible for ending the marriage of Jeff Bezos. His new love is said to be Los Angeles TV news anchor Lauren Sanchez, who is going through a divorce, but technically, still married. As far as we know, there was no pre-nup in place.
  • There's still talk out there about Michelle Obama possibly making a run in 2020.
  • Latest rumor has Whoopi Goldberg as host of this year's Oscars.
  • Monday is the deadline to declare, if you're planning to be included in the NFL draft.
  • Tim Tebow has asked his girlfriend, former Miss Universe Demi-Leigh Nel-Peters to marry him - and she said yes!
  • Gwyneth Paltrow enjoyed what she referred to as a "modern honeymoon." A nice beach getaway over the holidays with her new husband, Brad Falchuk, all of their children and her ex-husband, Chris Martin.
  • Lady Gaga is apologizing for collaborating with R. Kelly on a song he recorded back in 2013.
  • Astronomers have been picking up "fast radio bursts" - bright, short-lived pulses of radio waves that come from across the universe. The bursts, which originate from a distant galaxy that's 1.5 billion light years away from Earth, repeated 13 times.
  • Buy those Forever stamps now. Today, they're 50-cents. On January 27th, they go up to 55-cents.
  • They say Ford and Volkswagen are going to announce some kind of collaboration next week at the Detroit Auto Show.
  • "Law & Order" creator Dick Wolf is reportedly splitting from his third wife, Noelle Lippman after 12 years.
  • Apple is giving CEO Tim Cook a 22% pay raise.
  • Randy Johnson's 25,000 square foot Arizona mansion is up for auction.
  • The Nissan Leaf electric car says they've boosted their driving range 40%.
  • A new book by Brad Meltzer called "The First Conspiracy" talks about a secret plot to take out George Washington, who rounded up the conspirators and had a public hanging of the main one, in front of 20,000 people!
  • A guy in the U.K. has quite a unique problem. He got so drunk on New Year's Eve, he proposed to the wrong woman.
  • It's been 20 years since "The Soprano's" debuted on television.
  • In a nationwide survey of 20,000 Americans last year, almost 50 percent said they feel alone or left out always or sometimes.
  • San Francisco's AT&T Park is now Oracle Park.


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