• The music world is watching tomorrow, because it's the day that Bruce Springsteen and Madonna release their latest albums on the same day: Bruce has "Western Stars." Madonna has "Madame X."
  • Sasha Obama graduated from high school this week.
  • Miley Cyrus is apologizing for her racially insensitive statements in the past.
  • "Supergirl"'s ad view-ability score in May was 94.1% reports TVision. Other top-scoring broadcast shows included NBC's "A.P. Bio" at 93.1%, NBC's "Songland" at 88.8%, FOX's "The Resident" at 87.9% and FOX's "Proven Innocent" at 87.6%.
  • After undergoing a kidney transplant in 2017 and struggling at times with mental health after, Selena Gomez has revealed plans to release her first album in nearly four years.
  • A Florida man stopped by police had cocaine traces on his nose he denied were his.
  • Canada has passed a "Free Willy" law banning whales, dolphins and porpoises from captivity.
  • Fact check: No, cars are not melting in Saudi Arabia due to extreme temperature. Facebook users are sharing a post showing melting cars claiming that the rising temperature has caused the cars to melt in Saudi Arabia.
  • A study says women gain weight when sleeping with the TV on.
  • Down in Dayton, Florida, two guys trying to be burglars tried to break into a Beach Shop... not once, not twice... but 56 times before finally giving up. All caught on security cameras and a great commercial for the hurricane glass used for the store windows.
  • A study says more rich Millennials are moving to Washington state than any others besides California.
  • 83-year-old singer Steve Lawrence has been diagnosed with Alzheimer's.
  • A study says having a life purpose is linked to a longer life.
  • Ariana Grande donated the proceeds from her Atlanta concert to Planned Parenthood.
  • 52% of UK broadband households with children at home have at least one connected health or wellness device.
  • Scientists have found a 40,000-year-old severed wolf's head, preserved by permafrost complete with teeth and fur, in eastern Siberia.


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