• The University of Central Florida has developed an instant test that can diagnose depression just as quickly as someone would test their blood sugar.
  • The LPGA has already canceled a tournament scheduled to be held in China next month.
  • Fred Silverman, the television producer and executive behind "All in the Family," "Soap" and "Hill Street Blues," has died. He was 82.
  • Tom Henschel and Don Crisman were in Miami yesterday for the Super Bowl game, keeping their streak alive. They are the last two surviving members of a club of men that formed when they all found out they had never missed a Super Bowl game. The club had as many as six members, but now they are down to just two.
  • After breaking up with Danish Olympic swimmer Sarah Bro, Zach Efron is dating his former co-star, Halston Sage again. They last dated back in 2014.
  • Wendy's is bringing back one of its burgers that they haven't had since the 1990s-the Big Bacon Classic.
  • Music insiders say the real reason Taylor Swift didn't go to the Grammys is they wouldn't guarantee she'd win Song of the Year.
  • See if you can follow this one. Shania Twain's current husband is the ex-husband of the woman that Shania's ex-husband cheated on her with. So, there were two couples -- Shania's husband cheated on her with her personal assistant. Now, the personal assistant's ex and Shania are married.
  • Billie Eilish will perform at the Oscars... which, by the way, are this Sunday.
  • Here's one for you: the Simpsons have been on the air so long, Bart should now be Homer's age.
  • Meghan Trainor says that her therapist inspired her new album that came out last Friday.
  • After providing the voice of Peppa Pig for 13 years, voice actor Harley Bird is retiring at the age of 18. She started when she was just 5.
  • KFC is test-marketing Beyond Meat.
  • The next time you're at the grocery store, check the soda aisle. There are FOUR new Coca Cola drinks out: Coke Energy, Coke Energy Zero Sugar, Coke Energy Cherry and Coke Energy Cherry Zero Sugar.


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