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Reports say Kim Kardashian has split with Pete Davidson

The couple reportedly called it quits due to their age difference and long-distance relationship troubles. → Read More

Australian airport throws massive fine at man who flew with McDonald's sandwiches

Australia bans undeclared meat products to keep out illnesses such as foot and mouth disease. → Read More

Tony Dow, 'Leave it to Beaver' star, dead at 77 after premature announcement

Tony Dow's wife told fans back in May that the "Leave it to Beaver" star was battling cancer again. → Read More

Did anybody win the Mega Millions jackpot?

In order to win the jackpot, a winner needs to get all five numbers correct as well as the Gold Mega Ball. → Read More

1 dollar is worth about as much as 1 euro. What does it mean?

The last time the euro was below the dollar was on July 15, 2002 — nearly 20 years ago to the day. → Read More

Disneyland Instagram account hacked, displaying explicit posts

The hacker's posts all featured explicit language, with some making joking references to COVID-19. → Read More

Reports: Carlos Santana collapses on stage in Michigan

The 74-year-old musician was "over-taken by heat exhaustion and dehydration" at a Michigan show, his team told worried fans. → Read More

Which states will likely ban abortion now that Roe v. Wade is overturned?

The court decision is likely to have major ramifications across the U.S., where states are deeply divided on abortion, with a patchwork of laws and restrictions. → Read More

Justin Bieber suffering facial paralysis from rare disorder

In a video posted on Instagram, Justin Bieber explained what the syndrome he had been diagnosed with was, and showed how it was affecting his face. → Read More

21 US patients have monkeypox in 11 states, CDC says

Health officials confirmed hundreds of people at risk from contact with confirmed cases, but said the U.S. has enough medicine to manage the outbreak. → Read More

Instagram will show users Amber Alerts for missing children

The service uses location data collected by Instagram to determine who should get the alert. → Read More

Nancy Pelosi's husband arrested for DUI in California

Paul Pelosi was arrested and booked on two charges related to driving while under the influence of alcohol in California over Memorial Day weekend. → Read More

Congress holds first public UFO briefing in 50 years

Congressional briefings on UFOs were held in the 1950s and 1960s, but the House hasn't been publicly briefed on UAPs or UFOs since 1969. → Read More

After Rand Paul tanks $40 billion aid package, Mitch McConnell visits Ukraine

It's unclear exactly when the visit took place, and it was not announced ahead of time. → Read More

Reports: Comedian Dave Chappelle attacked on stage during Netflix comedy festival

Video supposedly of the incident shows a person lunging at Chapelle while the comedian was on stage at the Hollywood Bowl. → Read More

More than 120,000 pounds of ground beef recalled nationwide amid E. coli concerns

The recall includes ground beef products sold across the U.S. under a number of different brand names. → Read More

LIST: Major US airlines drop mask requirements after federal mandate voided

Do you need to wear a mask on flights from American Airlines, Delta, Spirit, Southwest, United, Alaska Airlines and Allegiant? COVID mask requirements. → Read More

Lululemon wants your used workout clothes

The trade-in program initially started with a trial run in two states and will now be expanding nationwide. → Read More

A Costco policy enacted early in the COVID-19 pandemic is about to end

Costco was one of the first businesses to enact special shopping hours for people at higher risk from COVID-19. That's about to change. → Read More

Popular brand of salad dressing recalled in 11 states

The dressing contains soy and wheat, which can be deadly to those allergic to them. But a labeling mixup means the containers don't say either product. → Read More