"The Boy Who Lived" still knows how to make money, with a rare book selling for record breaking amount at auction this week. TC Newman (@PurpleTCNewman) shares the winning bid!
On this week's #WellActually, Pro Football Focus' Steve Palazzolo and Sam Monson discuss how Drew Brees and Philip Rivers are outplaying their 0-2 records, and how the opposite is true for other big-name quarterbacks around the league.
A New York district attorney says dating back to the first World Trade Center explosion in 1993, counterfeit goods have been used to finance terror plots.
Selena Gomez is back and better than ever after her kidney transplant, and has returned to work on the set of her new film. Also, is Miley Cyrus' new breakup song about her dumping another woman? Plus, Ariana Grande narrowly avoids a nasty stage fall. It's all happening in the Hollyscoop Daily Rewind!
New York Yankees designated hitter Chase Headley got to walk on over to first base on Tuesday but at a price bigger than what it was worth. A Twins pitcher threw an 87mph pitch that hit Headley in his precious jewels.
Barack Obama waded into the debate on healthcare Tuesday, sharply criticizing Republicans' last-ditch attempts to repeal his signature legislative achievement.
The new Hello Doorbell Camera has a microphone and a speaker for two-way audio, an LED ring that can provide some front door illumination and a 4:3 HD camera.
After an incredibly bizarre, ongoing feud between pop star Justin Bieber and metal rocker Marilyn Manson over a t-shirt, Bieber reached out to bury the hatchet via text, apologizing to Manson for the headache he's caused. Should Justin have to apologize or were his actions disrespectful? Let us know what you think in the comments below!
First lady Melania Trump spoke at the U.S. Mission to the United Nations luncheon Wednesday, delivering a speech that addressed the importance of watching over children and protecting them from the dangers of our time.