Atlantic City announced an expansion to its multi-million-dollar surveillance camera system. The cameras are used in high-activity areas to monitor crime, and also to take & sell souvenir photos with a real Atlantic City prostitute.

Dr. Anthony Fauci said he doesn’t think Americans should expect a vaccine mandate for air travel, but he does recommend travelers continue to wear masks, and learn to throw a punch for the occasional mid-flight brawl.

After a first time capsule from 1887 was unearthed beneath a Robert E. Lee statue in Richmond, a second time capsule was found. The first one contained books & letters, the second one contained the world’s oldest Starbucks gift cards.

A man was arrested after murdering a man he met on Grindr and eating his testicles. His legal team is asking that cannibalism charges be dismissed because the victim requested to be an organ donor.

Habitat for Humanity completed and donated its first-ever 3D-printed house. It was later robbed by a guy with a 3D-printed gun.

A bird flu outbreak in Israel led to the slaughter of half a million infected chickens. And boy are the farmers chasing them tired.

Doctors are sharing ways to tell if you have a common cold or the Omicron variant of COVID. They say the key differences with Omicron are loss of taste &/or smell, and severe headache. Men are increasingly hearing “not tonight, I have Omicron”.

Patricia Cornwall, arrested for punching an 80-year-old man on a Delta flight in a mask dispute, was booked for DUI just last month. Cornwall is now booking a cruise, where she plans to get arrested and complete her air, land & sea trifecta.

Balaclavas a.k.a. ski masks are a hot apparel trend. Bank tellers are having a tough time telling if customers are there to shoot them, or just fashionable.

Amazon’s Alexa assistant told a 10-year-old girl to play with a live electrical outlet. The girl didn’t do it, but thanked Alexa for her next idea to go play in traffic.

The United States will resume talks with Iran on an agreement governing nuclear weapons. Iran admitted most of the reason they wouldn’t talk with the Trump Administration is that he kept saying nuke-you-lur.

An Oklahoma middle school student saved a choking classmate with the Heimlich maneuver, then helped an elderly woman escape a house fire on the same day. And he STILL isn’t getting an Xbox for Christmas.

A potential breast cancer vaccine is undergoing testing – although young women are warned to be wary of teenagers in lab coats posing as doctors on Instagram asking for photo applications for a clinical trial.

A software glitch caused Google to temporarily disable the Call Screening function on its Pixel 6 phones, leading to record sales of extended auto warranties to Pixel 6 owners.

Preservation experts opened an 1887 time capsule stored in a statue of Robert E. Lee that was dismantled in Richmond, Virginia. It contained an 1875 almanac, two books, a coin, and an envelope containing five-star reviews of several different slaves for Confederate Yelp!

Kim Kardashian reportedly goes on group dates with Pete Davidson to keep estranged husband Kanye West from spiraling in jealousy. These are different from the “group dates” Kardashian filmed privately in high school.

Coldplay announced they’ll stop making music as a band in 2025, and also announced they’ve refused thousands of offers to move that up to 2022.

Governor Mike DeWine signed a bill into law legalizing sports betting in Ohio. DeWine said he expects all Ohio households to improve their income by betting against the Browns.

Google Maps added a feature where ‘most visited’ places are pinned to the bottom of your phone screen. They say giving the quickest route to favorite bars & liquor stores won’t prevent drunk driving, but it’ll get ’em off the road quicker.

Tiffany jewelers was sold to French company Louis Vuitton Moet Hennessy for $15 billion. Human Resources then fired multiple Tiffany executives by getting down on one knee and asking them to leave while giving each a pink slip in a light blue box.