Currently, states, federal agencies and other organizations collectively hold more than $58 billion in unclaimed cash and benefits. That’s roughly $186 for every U.S. resident.
CBS has renewed its entire daytime lineup for the 2013-14 season, which means more Julie Chen and Co. in “The Talk,” which is averaging 2.35 million viewers, up 11% from last year.
Fox’s mid-season serial killer drama, “The Following,” captured a 3.3 rating among the 18-49 crowd Monday, up 6% from the show’s debut last week.
Leroy “Sugarfoot” Bonner has died at age 69. As the lead singer of the Ohio Players, you knew his voice from “Fire” and “Love Rollercoaster.”
Taco Bell has pulled a commercial that made fun of eating veggies.
Queen Beatrix of the Netherlands will abdicate her throne April 30th and turn things over to her 45-year-old son, Prince Willem-Alexander. Oh, Queen Elizabeth… hint, hint.
Justin Bieber admits that his new song, “Nothing Like Us” is about his breakup with Selena Gomez.
Tom Brady and Gisele Bundchen’s new Los Angeles home has a moat.
Detroit is said to be ever-so-close to filing for bankruptcy.
The Post Office isn’t doing well, either. By the way, the cost of a first-class stamp went up to 46-cents on Sunday. A deal, compared with 60-pence (90-Cents) in Britain or 63-cents in Canada.
Canada is dropping the penny as of February 4th. How does that work? Oh, they’ll still be in circulation… but will slowly dwindle away. As for purchases, stores will round up to the nearest nickel for cash… but debit and charges will be to the penny.