• In 2015, Michael Jackson's Neverland Ranch went for sale at $100 million. There were no takers. In 2017, the price was cut to $67 million. It's now on the market for $31 million.
  • Rotten Tomatoes is turning off the comment sections of a movie until AFTER it hits theaters. People were trolling and writing negative reviews before a movie would even come out.
  • The Pentagon has spent nearly $8 million to treat more than 1,500 transgender troops since 2016, including 161 surgical procedures.
  • Actress Lisa Seagram, who appeared on such TV shows as "Batman," "The Beverly Hillbillies," "Bewitched" and "Burke's Law" in the 1960s, has died. She was 82.
  • The man who generously paid Girl Scouts $500 for the rest of their cookies so they could get out of cold enjoyed his moment of fame... until authorities recognized him as a guy wanted on serious drug charges. He's since been arrested.
  • Matt Damon reportedly skipped the Oscars to do some discount shopping at K-mart. We all have our priorities.
  • Bernie Sanders' top strategists have already left his campaign over creative differences.
  • Long Beach, California, is in talks with the Angels for a new waterfront ballpark.
  • WWE Hall of Famer Tammy Sytch was busted for DUI in New Jersey.
  • Jennifer Lawrence is using the occasion of Paris Fashion Week to show off her new engagement ring.
  • By the way, Ariana Grande is the most followed woman on Instagram.
  • Janet Jackson is going to launch a Las Vegas residency at the Park MGM's Park Theater, where Lady Gaga is currently in residence. Titled "Metamorphosis," the show will begin May 17 and run until August.
  • Last week, Nike stock shares took a hit after Zion Williamson blew out his shoe. This week, Indiana's Justin Smith saw his shoe come apart in Tuesday's game against Wisconsin. However, this one was an Adidas.
  • Kairi Yang beat out 544,000 other babies to become the new face of Gerber. She's the first Gerber baby of Hmong descent.
  • A new study conducted by the consumer watchdog group U.S. PIRG found that many popular brands of wine and beer contain trace amounts of glyphosate, the main ingredient in the weed killer Roundup. The group tested 20 different brands of wine and beer and found the chemical in 19 of them. The compound was even present in organic brands.


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