• On Dancing with the Stars this week, Ray Lewis had to drop out as a tendon injury flared up. That was the only elimination.
  • Two physicists think that we should check to see if there's an ancient, grapefruit-size black hole hiding out in our solar system. And that tiny, heavy object might in fact take the place of a theoretical planet that some researchers think might be the so-called Planet 9.
  • Justin and Hailey Bieber were married again on Monday. Yes, they already tied the knot last year but this was a formal wedding with tuxes, the white gown and veil and such at the Montage Palmetto Bluff resort in Bluffton, South Carolina.
  • Imagine Dragons frontman Dan Reynolds and his wife welcomed a son, their fourth child, on Tuesday morning -- Valentine Reynolds.
  • Meghan Markle is suing a British tabloid that published a private letter that she had sent to her father.
  • So you know, it's all-systems-go for a 4th season of "Stranger Things" and Netlfix has signed the Duffer Brothers, to a multi-year film and series overall deal.
  • Jimmy Carter turned 95 yesterday, making him the longest-living American president in U.S. history.
  • Walgreens, Walmart and Rite Aid have suspended sales of vaping products.
  • A report says more Americans are financing purchases of clothing including sneakers and sweaters.
  • Major League Baseball batters set a record with 6,776 home runs this year, an 11% increase over the previous record.
  • Oprah Winfrey surprised United Negro College Fund this week when she announced she would be donating over $1 million to help students attend college.
  • Keep your eye on Seattle startup Picnic, which has a pizza-making machine that can put together 300 pizza's an hour.
  • A French billionaire has donated $109 million toward rebuilding the cathedral at Notre Dame.
  • An agent who worked for Gwen Stefani has been charged with the murder of her own stepfather. Haena Worthing, who represented Stefani at United Talent Agency, is suspected of killing William Webb, whose burned remains were discovered in Joshua Tree earlier this month.
  • NBC News reporter Peter Alexander was at the White House yesterday when a mouse "literally fell out of the ceiling" and onto his lap.


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