Roundup: Stephen Colbert's First Guests, Apple Recalls Defective iPhones, Ashley Madison Offers Reward to Bust Hackers

Roundup: Stephen Colbert's First Guests, Apple Recalls Defective iPhones, Ashley Madison Offers Reward to Bust Hackers

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Roundup: Stephen Colbert's First Guests, Apple Recalls Defective iPhones, Ashley Madison Offers Reward to Bust Hackers

NASHVILLE, TN - FEBRUARY 11: Swimsuit model Emily DiDonato attends the Sports Illustrated 2015 Swimsuit Takes Over Nashville With Kings of Leon event on February 11, 2015 in Nashville, Tennessee. (Photo by Rick Diamond/Getty Images for Sports Illustrated)Emily DiDonato … Dalvin Cook found not guilty of punching woman outside bar in Tallahassee … Chicago Bears unveil George Halas statue … 800-pound woman rescued by NYC firefighters … Nine-minute, previously unreleased Nirvana demo … Quentin Tarantino stands with Obama … Apple recalls defective iPhone 6-pluses … Ashley Madison offers $500k reward for info on hackers … Sad films make you happier? … Joe Biden hires MPAA spokeswoman as communications director … A UFC fighter suffered a torn esophagus in a match … CFB analyst Robert Smith did a Reddit AMA … A Pennsylvania county had eight heroin overdoses in 70 minutes … Dave Grohl explains decision to dance and stuff outside Westboro Baptist Church … Ugly-looking, futuristic solar car wouldn’t need to be recharged … Firms apparently exist for rigging Yelp reviews? … Canadian commemorative coins for the 75th anniversary of Superman … Texas A&M Quarterback Kyle Allen named starter for opener vs. Arizona State … San Francisco continues quest to stop people from urinating and defecating in the streets … Western Michigan football coach PJ Fleck is a crazy person … “Artist paints over old pieces of gum” … Gunman who shot and killed Louisiana state trooper subdued by four men … 60 customers and 17 employees sick after eating at California Chipotle location.

IndyCar driver Justin Wilson passed away at the age of 37 after sustaining a head injury in a race this past weekend [Jalopnik]

Long, 1986 Tony Kornheiser magazine story on a white collar thief who stole $15 million [Washington Post]

Tyrus Thomas speaks on attempting an NBA comeback [Basketball Insiders]

Assembling the best NBA rosters from college alumni in the pros [Sporting News]

A fake letter from NSync’s Joey Fatone to the members of One Direction about how their lives are about to suck [Above Average]

If you’ve got $2,500 lying around, you can have that Browns tailgate hearse you’ve always wanted [Busted Coverage]

And if you’ve got $35 million lying around, the rights to a bunch of The Offspring’s music can be licensed to your heart’s desire [Billboard]

Why Latin Americans refer to English speakers as Gringos [Slate]

An app for chatting with other people who are pooping while you are [Mental Floss]

Is Carly Rae Jepsen a vampire? [Verge]

These will be Stephen Colbert’s guests for his first week at CBS [THR]

Twitter deletes accounts that highlight politicians’ deleted tweets [Gizmodo]

Selfie sticks have taken over Rome [Vice]

Grizzly bear rolls down hill

Great Howard Cosell impression from Better Off Dead

If there’s better music than Art Tatum to listen to in the background while working I haven’t found it

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