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Janet Reno, the first female U.S. Attorney General died early this morning at 78-years-old due to complications from Parkinson’s disease.

You knew it was going to be a party in Chicago, but who knew they’d play host to the largest gathering in U.S. history?!?!? The Chicago Cubs victory celebration Friday attracted around 5 million peoplethe 7th largest gathering in human history… and the largest non-religious gathering ever, depending on who you ask…

BTW, you probably noticed that Brett Eldredge skipped the CMAs Wednesday… It was because he was watching his beloved Cubs! The team let him not only hoist the championship trophy right there on Wrigley Field, he got to ride in their parade and help sing Go Cubs Go at the Victory Rally.

So this is happening! We are about to parade this around chicago! Who's ready?! WORLD SERIES CHAMPS @cubs

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Dr. Strange won the box office this weekend with $85 million beating out both the new Trolls movie and Hacksaw Ridge.

There’s going to be a 29th and 30th season of The Simpsons according to Fox. The Simpsons already beat Gunsmoke a few years ago with the most seasons for a scripted primetime show, but now it’ll have the most episodes as well. I’m pretty sure The Simpsons will be around longer than cockroaches.

Dennis Quaid found a lost dog near Texas Motor Speedway yesterday. The dog is perfectly healthy and Dennis is taking care of her until her owners can be found. BTW, Carl Edwards was last night’s big winner in the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series.

Celebrity Birthdays November 7:
Adam DeVine 32
Christopher Knight 59