• Celery juice is getting a big push online as being THE thing you need to be doing for your health.
  • Sunday's low-scoring Super Bowl also scored the lowest ratings in more than a decade, down 5% from last year and averaging 98.2 million viewers. The game still managed to affect Netflix's usual Sunday viewing, which was down 32% during the telecast.
  • Monday was the Oscar Lunch, where all the nominees gathered to dine and pose for a group picture. It's still scheduled for February 24 and, for the only the second time in its history, without a host.
  • O'Hare has regained its title as our country's busiest airport.
  • A woman has stepped forward saying that, years ago, singer James Brown raped her... and claims that he was murdered.
  • Sam Lloyd, who played Ted Buckland, Sacred Heart's lawyer on "Scrubs", has been diagnosed with lung cancer and a brain tumor.
  • Jason Aldean and his wife Brittany Kerr welcomed their second child into the world on Monday, a baby girl named Navy Rome Williams.
  • 23% of U.S. broadband households intend to buy a smart thermostat in 2019
  • The Dodgers are now confirming that a foul ball hit and killed a fan at one of their home games last August.
  • Hey, you couldn't make it all the way through a Super Bowl without offending someone. Hyundai's ad with Jason Bateman as an elevator operator angered vegans, who resented someone offering "beetloaf" as an experience worse than buying a car. Oh, brother.
  • Julian Edelman and Tom Brady went on a 'date' to Disney World on Monday. But just a one-day thing, as they had to get back to Boston for the big victory parade yesterday.
  • A 6th-grade boy who is bullied because of his last name, Trump, was among a dozen special guests invited to see the State of the Union speech up close and personal by President Donald Trump and first lady Melania Trump.
  • A cryptocurrency company in Canada can't repay $190 million to customers because the CEO died without telling anyone the system's password.
  • No, seriously, Hawaii is considering banning the sale of cigarettes to anyone under 100.
  • New Jersey has become the fourth state to approve a $15-an-hour minimum wage.
  • Yes, that was Jeff Bezos hanging out with NFL commish Roger Goodell at the Super Bowl.
  • Rough times for Virginia politics. The governor is being pressured to resign because of a racist photo that surfaced, and a woman is accusing the lieutenant governor of a sexual assault.
  • A non-lethal weapon that induces hallucinations and vomiting among enemy combatants has been fitted to two Russian warships. The 5P-42 Filin - a futuristic dazzler-type device - can cause troops to miss their targets by blinding them, inducing delirious conditions and making them want to be sick.
  • German automaker Audi should have thought about checking with its neighbors in France before settling on a name for its new all-electric line, the e-tron. As it happens, it's a little too close to the French word "etron," which means "excrement" or "turd."


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