A Meet & Greet with Kyle Rittenhouse at the Venetian Hotel during the Las Vegas SHOT Show was cancelled, with the venue saying it didn’t “align with our core events guidelines”. That, and Rittenhouse shot three unarmed people wearing Black Lives Matter t-shirts in the lobby.

Chrisley Knows Best stars Todd and Julie Chrisley each reported to serve their prison sentences following their conviction for tax fraud. Todd said that he’s “closer to God than ever” – God, in this case, is what he calls his cellmate.

Microsoft plans to announce major layoffs. When? Zune.

Dallas Cowboys kicker Brett Maher missed four straight extra point attempts in the team’s playoff win, setting a record. They plan to stick with Maher, after teammates’ attempts to kick him off the team missed.

A 13-year-old girl led Nebraska State Police on a highway chase reaching speeds of 100mph before successfully intervening to stop the car. The 11-year-old boy in the passenger seat told cops that’s the last time he’s letting his wife drive.

Donald Trump’s 2024 presidential campaign requested that he be reinstated on Facebook. It’s not looking good, since Facebook replied ‘Interested’.

Massachusetts murder suspect Brian Walshe – accused in the killing of his wife – used his 6-year-old son’s iPad to search “how to stop a body from decomposing”. Cops also found a search for “why does my peepee hurt?” but the kid admitted that was his.

A Louisiana woman stabbed her boyfriend after he urinated in their bed after a night of heavy drinking. She expressed regret for her actions, because now there are two tough-to-get-out stains on the sheets.

TSA agents at San Antonio Airport seized an 84mm caliber anti-tank weapon from a passenger’s checked baggage. The passenger was detained, but subsequently arrested for carrying a 4-ounce bottle of shampoo in their carry-on.

A man in Washington state attempted to abduct a female barista by pulling her through the drive-thru window of a coffee shop. He failed, and was later arrested when he pulled back around to get the muffin he forgot.

A fisherman in the UK caught the largest goldfish ever recorded at 67 pounds, then destroyed an entire floor of his house flushing it down the toilet.

Four teenage girls were rescued from a stuck roller coaster in Sacramento County, California. None of them bought the pictures after being rescued.

Reality TV stars Todd and Julie Chrisley were convicted on multiple fraud charges and sentenced to 12 and 7 years in prison, respectively. Sadly, no prison time was announced for the executives who put ‘Chrisley Knows Best‘ on the air.

At the FIFA World Cup, Saudi Arabia upset favorite Argentina 2-1, staving off their beheadings for at least a few more days.

After Qatar banned beer sales at World Cup stadiums, tournament sponsor Budweiser decided they’ll ship the surplus beer to the country that wins the tournament. It’s expected the country that wins will decide to send it to a third-world nation.

The National Park Service will rename the Indian Gardens portion of the Grand Canyon at the request of the native Havasupai Tribe. Starting in 2023, the area will be known as Cleveland Guardians Gardens.

Experts say Thanksgiving 2022 will be the most expensive travel holiday, with Americans paying some of the highest ticket prices ever for flights they hope will be cancelled.

A paddleboarder’s iPhone she’d lost in the ocean washed ashore 460 days later in perfect condition. She thanked the man who found it on the beach and contacted her, then deleted a bunch of lewd selfies of whale and shark genitals taken two weeks ago.

A viral video shows a man openly smoking a crack pipe on a New York City subway car. Then it shows other passengers asking to share it after someone broke out a guitar and started singing for tips.

An animal behaviorist claims the “mystery” of sheep walking in a circle for 12 days straight is frustration over being penned in. In other news. several dozen people have been walking in a circle for 10 days straight outside of a Walmart waiting for 4a.m. on Black Friday.

The Washington Post suspended writer Dave Weigel for a month for retweeting the joke “Every girl is bi. You just have to figure out if it’s polar or sexual.” Weigel is remorseful, with a co-worker saying the suspension not only rectum, it practically killed him.

The mother of a two-year-old who shot and killed his father is being charged with manslaughter. The toddler said it’s the only way his mother would put Paw Patrol back on.

Microsoft virtual reality chief Alex Kipman resigned over accusations of inappropriate behavior toward women, and of watching ‘virtual reality porn’ in the office. Women claim Kipman would wear VR glasses in meetings and squeeze stress balls with his arms extended.

Fox News will not air the January 6th Committee’s primetime hearings on Thursday. However, they’re not sure Sean Hannity, Tucker Carlson & Laura Ingraham can hold their audience, so they made the unprecedented move to air a Matlock marathon.

Season 4 of Netflix hit Stranger Things propelled 1985 Kate Bush song ‘Running Up That Hill’ to Top 10 spots on U.S. and U.K, singles charts. However, no such luck for Wham! rerelease ‘Wake Me Up Before You DemoGo-Go-Gorgon’.

Philadelphia’s Made In America Festival announced its lineup for 2022 – headlined by Bad Bunny, Tyler The Creator, and bulletproof VIP viewing tents.

The European Union announced that in 2024, all smartphones and electronics must use a standard charger such as USB-C for regulatory approval. Apple said they’re okay, so long as they can continue selling $35 cords that break in two weeks.

As U.S. states enact strict abortion regulations amidst the expected reversal of Roe v Wade, direct-to-home abortion pill startup businesses are getting interest, such as Uber Broken Condom and Plan UPS.

Former Trump adviser Peter Navarro, speaking after his arrest for Contempt of Congress, claimed he was treated worse than illegal immigrants & Al Qaeda terrorists. Arresting officers deny this, saying Navarro was actually waterboarded with Kool-Aid.

Stars of reality tv show Chrisley Knows Best, Todd & Julie Chrisley, were found guilty of defrauding banks out of $30 million in personal loans. While their own show was cancelled, they’ll be special guests on future episodes of Love After Lockup.