CNN Anchor Chris Cuomo has vowed to do better after flipping out on a man who called him “Fredo.” (https://bit.ly/2TtLJge)
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Sony is celebrating the 40th Anniversary of its Walkman this week with special exhibits in Japan and throughout the world. (https://bit.ly/2MYSBRS)
A video of a Washington man landing a plane on a busy highway after it lost power to its engines has gone viral. (https://bit.ly/2P8NilB)
Lucky Charms is selling bags of “just marshmallows” for two dollars. The company says they’re “a bigger and puffier version” of the original marshmallows. These bags have 100 grams of sugar in them.
A growing number of protests have sprung up across Russia as Vladimir Putin’s popularity continues to dip. (https://bit.ly/2TuaQQ2)
Natural Light Beer is now selling a spiked seltzer alcoholic beverage. The seltzer comes in two flavors. (https://bit.ly/2Z8PBbM)
Nike is launching a sneaker subscription in America for kids that will give them a new pair every month. (https://bit.ly/31Ikdyr)
A Bankrate survey found that 42% of Americans say they can’t afford a vacation. (https://bit.ly/31OtHsn)
A new survey claims that the average U.S. Farm is $1.3 million dollars in debt.
A Sacramento couple who’s been married for 68-years says they’ve worn matching outfits every single day. (https://cbsloc.al/2ZY74RG)
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Earth Once Had Two Moons. That’s the theory at least, put forward by a computer model that attempted to figure why the side of the moon that faces Earth is relatively low and flat and the one that faces away has a much thicker crust. The model suggests that there was once a “companion moon” that collided with the far side of our current moon.
The President of Brazil is urging residents to poop every other day in an effort to save the environment. (https://dailym.ai/2yVNgCw)
Officials say that Puerto Rico’s doubles bowling team was stripped of its gold medal at the Pan American Games over the weekend after one of its players failed a doping test. Jean Perez Faure tested positive for chlorthalidone, which is a diuretic that acts as a masking agent and is on the World Anti-Doping Agency’s (WADA) list of banned substances. The decision meant that the U.S. team of Jakob Butturff and Nick Pate won the gold medal. Colombia and Mexico won silver and bronze respectively. Out of 1,200 tests conducted at this year’s Pan American Games, Faure had the second failed drug test. Dominican baseball player Audrey Joel Perez had previously tested positive for an anabolic steroid. The U.S. finished with the most medals at the Pan American Games with 293. Brazil was second with 171 and Mexico was third with 136.
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