If you’re a Marvel fan, movie fan, and love what Dire Straits referred to as getting ‘Money For Nothing’ then do I have the job for you! Buzz60’s Mercer Morrison has the story.
Kylie Jenner is laying down some new rules for Travis Scott so that he never is tempted to cheat again! And Justin Bieber is a FEROCIOUSLY PROTECTIVE HUSBAND.. he went off on a fan on Instagram, while simultaneously telling us what we all wanted to hear about those Selena Gomez rumors! Finally, Cardi B is in BIG trouble on social media after she went on IG Live to say she drugged and robbed men in the past! All this coming up on an all new Daily Rewind!
Prosecutors dropped all charges against Jussie Smollett after the "Empire" actor accused of faking a racist, anti-gay attack on himself agreed to do volunteer service and forfeit his $10,000 in bail
Fashion industry experts say luxury consumers are expressing a willingness to spend more for garments whose production doesn't harm the environment or exploit workers, a sign that the era of sustainability in fashion is taking hold
There's a search underway in Maryland for "Healthy Holly" _ not a fugitive or a missing citizen, but an obscure children's book series authored by Baltimore Mayor Catherine Pugh
Measles cases are spiking in the US , and one area is taking a big stand: New York's Rockland County has declared a state of emergency over an outbreak that has seen 153 cases since October, and is banning unvaccinated minors from public places. Anyone under 18 who has not received...
The hashtag surviving Cardi B trends on Twitter after Cardi B admitted she used to drug men and then rob them when she was a stripper. And even though she’s getting TONS of hate…she doesn’t seem to care. We’re talking about the latest with Cardi B right now so stay right here.
An Arizona woman who used to operate a popular YouTube channel featuring children has been indicted on charges that she abused and kidnapped five of her seven adopted children
Vermont is suing two pharmaceutical distributors accusing them of selling ever increasing amounts of prescription opioids in the state and failing to effectively monitor the sales and report that the number of pills was outpacing the need