• The new session of the Supreme Court began without Justice Clarence Thomas, who was out sick.
  • If you thought Hilarie Burton and Jeffrey Dean Morgan had been married for years, you thought wrong. The "One Tree Hill" actress announced on Instagram Monday that she didn't officially become Mrs. Morgan until Saturday.
  • Kroger stores are the latest to announce they're going to stop selling e-cigarettes.
  • Senator Bernie Sanders has said that if he is elected President, he will ban advertising in televised primary debates. Sanders called out CNN in an online outline of the plan.
  • Sia has announced that she has a neurological disease and is "suffering with chronic pain" due to Ehlers-Danlos syndrome.
  • Apparently Kate Middleton books not one, but two airplane seats whenever she flies commercial... just for the extra elbow room.
  • Houston Rockets General Manager Daryl Morey tweeted last week in support of supporting pro-democracy protests in Hong Kong. The result: Chinese broadcasters and sponsors have severed ties with the NBA.
  • James Van Der Beek and his wife, Kimberly Brook, are expecting their 6th child together.
  • Dick's Sporting Goods CEO Ed Stack said his company destroyed $5 million worth of assault rifles as part of its tough stance on guns.
  • Yom Kippur began last night at sundown.
  • It's been 15 years since the last new episode of "Friends" aired. Jennifer Aniston says she misses it every day and loves the idea of a reunion, but is afraid of possibly ruining the show's legacy. By the way, all the cast members gathered last weekend for a spontaneous dinner at Courtney Cox's house.
  • The whack job that is Aaron Carter is now claiming he has a 12-year-old son that he's never met.
  • Yes, Gwen Stefani is back on "The Voice" this season, but she'll be gone next year. It was always planned to be just a one-year thing.
  • The King of Sweden has reduced the number of family members who will continue to receive taxpayer funds, stripping five of his grandchildren of their royal highness status.
  • In Florida, a teen wasn't allowed to enter her school's Homecoming Dance because she was wearing a jumpsuit and not a dress.
  • Alec Baldwin was hustled by a fake Statue of Liberty tour operator while out sightseeing with his wife, Hilaria, and their kids. Baldwin said in an Instagram post that the family shelled out more than $40 per ticket for a tour of Liberty Island - but instead found themselves being escorted toward a bus bound for New Jersey.
  • They may not have won "American Idol" in 2018, but contestants Gabby Barrett and Cade Foehner got married over the weekend in Garrison, Texas. They met on the show.
  • Research from Parks Associates shows that as households adopt more smart home devices, owners rely more and more on a router with strong security software to prevent unauthorized access and protect their privacy.
  • Jenny McCarthy says "Rockin' New Year's Eve" for her this year, she's going to spend it with her family.


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