THINGS YOU NEED TO KNOW

  • Apple co-founder Steve Jobs died in 2011 at age 56, eight years after being diagnosed with pancreatic cancer. But photos taken of a look-alike in Egypt has the Internet a buzz.
  • A judge has ordered Johnson and Johnson to pay a $672 million fine for the opioid crisis.
  • Pumpkin Spiced Lattes returned to Starbucks yesterday along with a new beverage, the Pumpkin Cream Cold Brew.
  • Isabel Toledo, the Cuban American fashion designer who created former first lady Michelle Obama's lemongrass-colored sheath dress and matching overcoat for her husband's 2009 inauguration, has died. She was 59.
  • "Saturday Night Live" has Woody Harrelson and Billie Eilish for the first episode of its 45th season on September 28. Phoebe Waller-Bridge will host on October 5, with Taylor Swift performing on that same episode as the musical guest. Then, David Harbour hosts on October 12 with Camila Cabello as the musical guest.
  • Dave Chapelle says in his new Netflix special that this is the worst time ever to be a celebrity.
  • Al Haynes, a retired United Airlines pilot who is credited with commanding a crippled jet to a crash landing 30 years ago in Iowa, saving the lives of 184 passengers and crew, has died at the age of 87.
  • Someone appears to be poisoning wallabies in Australia. 45 have been found dead over the past week.
  • Jennifer Lopez says she was warned not to do "American Idol" because, if she did, her career would be over. Jennifer loves proving people wrong.
  • The beginning of the school year for college students marks the start of the "red zone" - from the first day on campus until Thanksgiving break - when risk of sexual assault is said to be highest. More than 50% of college sexual assaults take place between August and November.
  • The Farmers Almanac is predicting a colder and wetter than normal winter this year. They're calling it a "Polar coaster."
  • Three women arrested for going topless at a New Hampshire beach are asking the U.S. Supreme Court to hear their case.
  • "Good Morning America" co-anchor Lara Spencer apologized for the second time - this time on air - for laughing and mocking Prince George for taking ballet lessons as part of the 6-year-old's upcoming school year.
  • The G-7 nations pledged $40 million to help fight those fires down in the Amazon rain forest.

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