• Jeff Bezos says that his space company, Blue Origin, plans to land on the moon by 2024.
  • Victoria's Secret Fashion Show to leave network TV after returning to ABC last year.
  • A new study says that Denmark has the least feminists. Only one in six considered themselves a feminist.
  • They counted them up and, sadly, there are more tigers in cages in this world than running around free.
  • Anne Hathaway brags that she can swear perfectly in sign language.
  • Ed Sheeran and Justin Bieber have teamed up again for another song, this one dropping on Friday, called "I Don't Care."
  • Steven Spielberg and his production company Amblin Television have pulled out of the CBS hit show "Bull" months after sexual harassment allegations against the show's star, Michael Weatherly.
  • Jim Fowler, the longtime co-host and host of the TV show Mutual of Omaha's "Wild Kingdom," died Wednesday at his home in Norwalk, Connecticut. He was 89.
  • Marvel Studios plans to reveal one of its characters is gay in an upcoming film.
  • ABC has canceled "Splitting Up Together" and "Speechless" while CBS has axed "Fam," "Life in Pieces," "Murphy Brown" and "Happy Together." FOX has canceled "Lethal Weapon."
  • Kim Kardashian and Kanye West's surrogate mother is in labor with their 4th child.
  • Party City plans to close 45 of its 870 stores in 2019, they say, in part, due to a world-wide helium shortage.
  • After the Georgia governor signed a controversial abortion ban into law, several production companies have announced they'll no longer shoot movies or TV shows in that state anymore.
  • World Famous chef Virgilio Martinez was stopped at the Los Angeles airport with a duffel bag full of piranhas.
  • The owner of Schick Razors has bought Harry's for $1.37 billion.
  • The Minnesota Twins sold 20,000 tickets in under 24 hours after dropping the price to $5.
  • Sears has a new logo (that looks a lot like AirBnB's) and a new slogan: "Making moments matter."
  • McDonald's is testing out a meatless hamburger in Germany.
  • A new study claims that the back seats of Uber and Lyft cars are technically germier than toilet seats.


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