Chuy Bravo, who was Chelsea Handler's sidekick on her E! talk show "Chelsea Lately," has died in Mexico City. He was 63.
Guitarist John Frusciante is rejoining the Red Hot Chili Peppers, 10 years after he last left the band.
Off the coast of Greece, they've found a sunken Roman ship that apparently was traveling with it's cargo of 6,000 terracotta pots when it sank 2,000 years ago.
The Hallmark Channel is reversing itself, after they pulled several commercials that featured same-sex couples.
The Hollywood mansion where Jennifer Aniston and Brad Pitt lived as newlyweds is up for sale -- yours for only $44.5 million.
"The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel" has been renewed for a 4th season on Amazon Prime.
You know that Apple TV series featuring Jennifer Aniston and Reese Witherspoon, "The Morning Show?" Each actress is said to be getting $2 million per episode.
France set a new world record the other day with a 391-mile traffic jam, caused by protests about raising the retirement age. Yeah, don't do that.
A company in Japan has started offering a Do-It-Yourself funeral kit. The set includes a wooden coffin, with a fold-open window to show the face of the deceased, as well as a pillow, mattress, and blanket. The package also provides an urn for ashes and a silver-accented box to hold the bones left over after cremation, as well as three furoshiki wrapping cloths. Finally, there's a handbook that explains how to perform the ceremony's rites to put the soul of the departed at ease. All yours for around $240.
Iceland is digging its way out of a massive storm with 149-mile-per-hour winds and up to 10-feet of mountain snow.
There are some Star Wars fans that have actually been camping out in front of theaters, excited about the last movie in the series that hits theaters on Friday.
Two Wisconsin men were arrested after fighting over an episode of "How I Met Your Mother."
Every candidate that Hugh Grant campaigned with during the UK election failed to win.
A study says Cincinnati is the number one city for beer drinking in the U.S.
Researchers in Turkey say early humans there used human teeth as jewelry.


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