THINGS YOU NEED TO KNOW
CBS turned down a Super Bowl ad for medical marijuana.
By the way, 54 million people watched that AFC Championship game.
While Manny Pacquiao was in Las Vegas boxing last Saturday night, his home in Los Angeles was being burglarized.
In Egypt, a TV host was sentenced to prison for a year because... he interviewed a gay man.
The University of Notre Dame is going to cover up a mural that features Christopher Columbus, because of his alleged treatment of Native Americans.
Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez says that world is going to end in 12 years if we don't address climate change.
Fox News anchor Bret Baier, 48, was involved in a nasty car crash on Monday while traveling with his family in Montana. All were hospitalized, but are expected to recover.
Yes, it's so cold in the northeast parts of Niagara Falls have frozen.
Anne Hathaway says she's giving up drinking for the next 18 years, or until she's 54.
43% of households planning to purchase a smart TV or streaming media player cite voice control as key feature.
Starbucks is expanding delivery service to six more cities via Uber Eats. The expansion began yesterday in San Francisco and will then roll out to stores in Boston, Chicago, Los Angeles, New York and Washington, DC.
Special editions of the Lincoln Continental that cost $110,000 went on sale this week. There were only 80 of them. They sold out within 48 hours.
Harry Connick Jr. is now giving online piano lessons for Playground Sessions, a subscription app co-founded by legendary producer Quincy Jones. Costs you $9.99 a month.
Several rappers are claiming Ariana Grande stole their songs to create her new one, "7 Rings."
From the Department of Irony, the Montreal Winter Festival has been canceled because of snow and cold weather.
Union membership in the U.S. dropped to a record low in 2018.
The Chicago Cubs are planning to launch their own TV network in 2020.
Sony is no longer going to release new music by R. Kelly.
Conan is cutting back his show to just a half-an-hour on TBS.
Bye-bye, LCD. Apple is going to switch to OLED iPhones next year.
Oscar Meyer is looking for a driver for its 27-foot long Wienermobile. You'd drive across the country for an entire year, starting in June. Apply by January 31st.
Tom Arnold and his wife have split after 10 years. As far as marriage goes, that makes Tom 0-for-4.
Louisiana is the first state to approve digital drivers licenses-yes, the license you carry with you on your phone.
25% of the deaths in the Netherlands are from euthanasia or suicide.
Country music legend Maxine Brown of the group, The Browns, has died at age 87.