THINGS YOU NEED TO KNOW

  • NHL analyst Don Cherry was fired after making comments on Saturday night where he said immigrants didn't respect Canadians' traditions of wearing poppies to honor military veterans.
  • A mini-deer that was thought to have gone extinct was re-discovered in Southeast Asia.
  • Will Ferrell is going to host the November 23rd SNL.
  • 95-year-old former President Jimmy Carter had to be hospitalized to relieve pressure on his brain, probably due to bleeding that resulted from his recent falls.
  • The cast of the soap opera "Days of Our Lives" have been released from their contracts. It doesn't mean its been canceled, but the network will decide early next year whether to bring it back for its 56th season.
  • Ricky Gervais will host the 77th annual Golden Globes next year on January 5th for the "fifth and last time", according to him.
  • Hilaria Baldwin revealed she's suffered a second miscarriage this year.
  • Maria Shriver says that she, her ex, Arnold and their kids still have weekly dinners together.
  • Marie Osmond chipped off a piece of her kneecap after falling on stage.
  • Anheuser Busch has bought Kona Brewing and the Redhook Brewery.
  • Maya Rockeymoore Cummings is going to run for the Maryland congressional seat left vacant when her husband, Rep. Elijah Cummings, died suddenly in October.
  • Alicia Keys says that people are WAY over-reacting to her 4-year-old son wearing rainbow-colored nail polish.
  • Germany has sent Donald Trump a slab of the Berlin Wall with a message that "No wall lasts forever."
  • A tech entrepreneur says the Apple Card discriminates, giving him a 20 times higher credit limit than his wife.
  • There's a new report that says the UK is seeing an increase in people 60 and older being treated for cocaine use.
  • A former Hillary Clinton strategist says she could still jump in the presidential race.
  • A study says the words people use on Twitter can be used to predict loneliness.
  • A study says 35% of people under 35 have mental health issues.
  • Laura Landerman-Garber is a grandma in New Hampshire who has started an organization that will have sent 100,000 holiday cards to our troops overseas by the time this holiday season is over

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