THINGS YOU NEED TO KNOW

  • Britney Spears' father has agreed to step down as conservator.
  • Cleveland has dropped to 372,624 residents in 2020. That's 6.1% less - or about 24,000 fewer residents -- than in 2010, when the city was home to 396,815 people.
  • Prince Charles says he believes that Prince Andrew has no hope of returning to public life after the latest sexual assault allegations made against him.
  • Speaking of the prince, a slice of cake from Prince Charles and Princess Diana's 1981 wedding has been sold for $2,565 at an auction.
  • Dolly Parton has teamed up with bestselling author James Patterson to co-write her first novel, called "Run, Rose, Run." It's about a young woman who moves to Nashville to pursue her dreams as a musician.
  • They had a new all-time record high in Italy yesterday when the temperatures reached 119 degrees in Sicily.
  • Eminem's ex-wife, Kim Scott, was hospitalized last month following an alleged suicide attempt.
  • We know its what fans want, and there were rumors out there after the recent "Friends" reunion, but David Schwimmer says there is nothing going on between him and Jennifer Aniston.
  • Subway franchisees are asking the mothership to stop airing commercials featuring U.S. soccer star Megan Rapinoe because she kneeled during the national anthem at the Olympics. In some areas, Subway boycotts are breaking out.
  • The country of China has created a list of karaoke songs that, as of October 1st, will be illegal to sing. On the list: "I Love Taiwanese Girls," "Fart," "Beijing Hooligans" and "Don't Want to Go to School."
  • In Michigan, one brother fired a shot at his older brother after the older brother made a crack about the younger brother's ex-wife's cooking.
  • Pat Hitchcock, the only child of director Alfred Hitchcock, died this week at the age of 93. She actually made an appearance in his movie, "Strangers on a Train."
  • August 18th is the date when Dunkin' will start serving all of their Pumpkin Spice drinks, if you're in a hurry to get to fall.

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