More than 10 million people watched cable news as the jury delivered a “not guilty” verdict in the George Zimmerman trial on Saturday night, according to Nielsen ratings for July 13.
Justin Timberlake has some trouble coming his way. The title of his latest single is called “Take Back the Night.” The non-profit organization with that same name might launch some legal action his way.
Just a week after the sudden departure of 10-year host Elisabeth Hasselbeck from “The View.” Barbara Walters announced Jenny McCarthy will join the panel.
Jimmy Kimmel exchanged vows with partner Molly McNearney in Ojai, CA, on Saturday.
Halle Berry did marry her fiance in France last Saturday.
Keep your eyes on Baltimore Oriole Chris Davis who hit 37 home runs by the time the All-Star break rolled around.
It turns out that the book “The Cuckoo’s Calling,” supposedly written by Robert Galbraith, was actually penned by Harry Potter author J.K. Rowling. Of course, since word leaked out, it’s skyrocketed to number one.
Randy Travis continues to remain in a hospital, heavily sedated, as he recovers from brain surgery following a stroke.
The due date for the royal baby has come and gone and all of Britain is on edge.
Bill Cosby will star in a TV comedy concert for the first time in 30 years this November on Comedy Central.
September 18-23, 2014, a big gathering of “Lost” fans is planned to celebrate the 10th anniversary of the show’s debut.
A movie coming out this Christmas called “Saving Mr. Banks” may not win you over by the title… but what it is — the story of the making of the movie, “Mary Poppins” with Tom Hanks as Walt Disney.
Placido Domingo has left the hospital after being treated for a blocked blood vessel, saying he’s eager to get back to singing.
Don’t want a store to track you while you’re shopping there? Nordstrom has been doing it a year. Just turn off the WiFi on your phone.
Sunday was the final day of “the Running of the Bulls” in Pamplona, Spain… and an Australian woman was gored by a bull, and is listed in “very grave” condition.
The German town of Bergholz has been under attack this summer by a stork, who keeps attacking people.
Fergie is taking her husband’s last name and will soon be formerly known as Fergie Duhamel.
TEENS CHASE KIDNAPPER’S CAR ON THEIR BIKES _ In Lancaster, Pennsylvania, 15-year-old Temar Boggs was hanging out with a friend when a man came by asking if they’d seen a missing little girl. They hadn’t, but decided to join in the neighborhood search. Boggs and his friend spotted the little girl inside a passing car and chased after it on their bikes — for 15 minutes. Eventually the driver gave up and let the girl out. The suspected kidnapper is still at large.
ANGRY BIRDS STAR WARS II _ Game maker Rovio announced Angry Birds Star Wars II on Monday. Due to hit app stores September 19, the game will focus on the three “Star Wars” prequels, offering more than 30 characters, most of them new to the Angry Birds Star Wars universe.
ONE WAY THAT MEN DE-STRESS _ Hey ladies — if your man is stressed, then leave that Victoria’s Secret catalog on the coffee table. A recent study (Carnegie Mellon) found men de-stress from looking at sexy pictures. Their study found that not only did looking at these pictures make them feel more relaxed, but they performed almost 50% better on the math portion of a test.
WOMAN LEFT KIDS IN CAR WHILE IN CONCERT _ A Florida woman left her two young children unattended in her car for several hours while she attended a Lil Wayne concert Sunday night.
Twinkies were BACK in stores nationwide yesterday . . . but they’re a little different than they used to be. The new Twinkies are listed at 38.5 grams per Twinkie . . . photos of old boxes show they used to be 42.5 grams each. That’s a 9% reduction. The price has not been reduced.
The “Wall Street Journal” just did a study to figure out how much actual ACTION happens during a Major League Baseball game. And they found the average three-hour game has about 18 MINUTES of action. Believe it or not, that’s WAY better than the average NFL game, which has about 11 minutes of action.
By 2020, Japan will sell more adult diapers than baby diapers
NEW ON DVD _ Released July 16