Lunchables are being shipped directly to school systems, following modifications to meet minimum nutrition requirements. Meaning, each lunch now doubles in size and comes with two bottles of Flintstones vitamins.

A new study claims 3D-printed organs for medical transplants are still 10 years away, and you’ll still be blown away at how much the magenta cartridge refills cost.

Los Angeles Angels slugger Shohei Otani, playing for Japan in the World Baseball Classic, was struck out on three pitches by Czech Republic pitcher Ondrej Satoria, who works as an electrician. Teams may try to sign Satoria if they think they can afford a full-time electrician.

For the first time since 1977, all six of Philadelphia’s universities failed to qualify for the NCAA Men’s Basketball tournment – shocking, considering how good Philly is at shooting.

Former Los Angeles Dodgers pitcher Trevor Bauer, suspended from Major League Baseball for sexual assault, will pitch for Japan’s Yokohama BayStars. Now Bauer can throw strikes at Japanese women.

Two Philadelphia schools remain closed for asbestos removal. Experts concluded the asbestos poses the 26th-most-dangerous threat to students at those schools.

Dubai will no longer charge a 30% tax on alcohol, and will no longer require tourists to buy permits to purchase alcoholic drinks. Dubai’s tourism board said this opens a door for rappers to finally hold their kids Sweet 16 parties in the country.

Former The O.C. actress Rachel Bilson said she never experienced orgasm during sex until she was 38 years old – recalling years of frustrating Chrismukkah Eves.

Facebook & Instagram parent Meta announced 10,000 job cuts, leaving impacted workers Reeling from the Story.

Silicon Valley Bank’s new CEO sent a letter to clients, saying “We are conducting business as usual”. He’s expected to be replaced by 4p.m.