• Pubs in the U.K. have been ordered closed through Christmas.
  • At this point, Las Vegas is planning to reopen Memorial Day Weekend.
  • A new study claims that dogs can detect a bad person.
  • Tom Lester, best known for his role as the smart-aleck farmhand Eb Dawson on the '60s sitcom "Green Acres," died Monday in Nashville from complications related to Parkinson's disease. Lester, who was 81, was the last surviving actor of the original "Green Acres" cast.
  • The rumor is that Neiman Marcus is planning to file for bankruptcy.
  • As of yesterday, Wal-Mart and Sam's Club employees are required to wear facemasks at work.
  • Kelly Clarkson's new song, "I Dare You," has been released in 6 languages.
  • In case you were wondering -- Stimulus checks aren't taxable income. The checks are refundable tax credits.
  • The New England Patriots have unveiled new uniforms, to have a new look in the post-Brady period.
  • If you missed the "One World: Together at Home" concert over the weekend, catch it on YouTube. Not looking for donations, just thanking all the nurses, doctors and first-responders for their heroic efforts.
  • A Sacramento, California, TV reporter was doing a report from home when the camera accidentally picked up her husband behind her, going into the shower NAKED.
  • Meghan Markle and Prince Harry have officially cut ties with four major tabloids in the United Kingdom (The Sun, The Daily Mail, The Mirror and The Express), saying "The Duke and Duchess of Sussex will not be engaging with your outlet. There will be no corroboration and zero engagement."
  • Stephen King is urging Maine voters to kick out Senator Susan Collins.
  • One of the hottest sellers these days: disinfecting shoe mats.
  • That's why you have the pro's do it. CNN's Anderson Cooper revealed a bald spot as he tried to cut his hair himself.
  • Since so many schools are doing virtual graduations, celebrities are stepping up to offer a virtual commencement speech, including Jimmy Fallon, Halsey, Hillary Clinton, John Legend, Kesha, Pitbull and David Chang.
  • It looks like there's a One Direction reunion in the works.
  • You heard that places like Ruth's Chris Steak House and the Shake Shack received government loans meant for small businesses. Shake Shack is returning their $10 million.
  • Meanwhile, an Indiana man awaiting his $1,700 stimulus payment said he checked his balance at an ATM and instead discovered that, somehow, he had a balance of $8.2 million.
  • President Donald Trump's former lawyer and longtime fixer Michael Cohen will be released from federal prison to serve the remainder of his sentence in home confinement because of the coronavirus pandemic.


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