• A new study claims that people who suffer from anxiety are more likely to have allergies.
  • Since 2014, 30 parks in Philadelphia have been equipped with a device called, "The Mosquito." It's a device that emits a high-pitched sound that only teenagers can hear, which helps prevent loitering and vandalism by young people at public facilities.
  • This year's Wimbledon Champion will be determined this weekend. The women tomorrow, the men on Sunday.
  • The family that was involved in that Toontown brawl in Disneyland last week are denying it ever happened... despite the video circulating the Internet.
  • The player that rocked the baseball world with his book, "Ball Four," Jim Bouton passed away Wednesday at the age of 80. He was a co-founder of Big League Chew, the now famous bubble gum designed to resemble chaw.
  • It took until age 52, but Nicole Kidman is now a first-time dog owner.
  • A report says the Phoenix area is the most dangerous place to walk in the U.S.
  • Heidi Klum and Tom Kaulitz announced they were engaged in December. They announced this week that they got married just two months later.
  • Denise Nickerson, who played young Violet Beauregarde in the Gene Wilder version of Willy Wonka & the Chocolate Factory, died Wednesday night. She was 62.
  • Japan has successfully landed a spacecraft on an asteroid to collect samples. For the second time.
  • The Corgi who played Cheddar on "Brooklyn Nine-Nine" has died. He was 13.
  • Kanye West says he is no longer in debt. At one time, he was $53 million in the red.
  • An investigation reveals that the Ford Motor Co. knowingly launched two low-priced, fuel-efficient cars with defective transmissions and continued selling the troubled Focus and Fiesta despite thousands of complaints and an avalanche of repairs. At least 1.5 million of them are still on the road.


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