Roundup: North Korea "Bombards" South Korea With Used TP, $11 Billion Recovered from Madoff Scheme

Roundup: North Korea "Bombards" South Korea With Used TP, $11 Billion Recovered from Madoff Scheme


Roundup: North Korea "Bombards" South Korea With Used TP, $11 Billion Recovered from Madoff Scheme

MIAMI BEACH, FL - FEBRUARY 19: Sports Illustrated Cover Model Nina Agdal poses during the Captain Morgan White Rum and Sports Illustrated Swimsuit's 50th anniversary poolside celebration at Fontainebleau Miami Beach on February 19, 2014 in Miami Beach, Florida. (Photo by Alexander Tamargo/Getty Images for Captain Morgan)Nina Agdal … There’s been a string of slashings on NYC subways … Kate Winslet confirms Rose let Jack die in Titanic … North Korea supposedly “bombards” South Korea with used toilet paper … Fox cutting $250 million in voluntary buyouts … Ex-postal worker stole nearly $70,000 in sports cards from the mail … Results from national magazine awards … Microsoft recalling 2.3 million power cords … An Iowa man continued his workout amidst the caucus … Lawyer banned from county jail after allegedly having sex with inmate … Crowdfunded game canceled after money was spent on strippers and alcohol … Exxon Mobil’s fourth quarter earnings down over 50% from 2014 … “Tesla looking to overturn Michigan’s franchised dealership law” … Guy eating only potatoes this year claims he’s already lost 22 pounds … Men’s rights group with pro-rape leader plans meet-up in Chicago … Puddle of Mudd singer stops concert after accusing man allegedly living in his foreclosed home of stealing his house … Yahoo laying off 1,700 employees, which is about 15% of its workforce … Also facing big lawsuit … Torrey Pines “devastatingly” damaged by storm … The 139 movies set to debut at SXSW … Photo of Mars from high orbit … Driver in Australia intentionally swerved off the road to kill 17 kangaroos … Tablet sales down about 10% in 2015.

Holly Rowe announced that she is undergoing a second surgery to remove a tumor in her chest [ESPN]

$11 billion recovered for Bernie Madoff, trustee hoping for $3-4 billion more; $17.5 billion was the principal amount invested in the Ponzi Scheme [ABC News]

American lung association says Leonardo DiCaprio’s vaping is “deeply troubling” [TMZ]

Tony Parker and his wife Axelle Francine are expecting a second child in July [People]

Super Bowl advertisers to complement commercials with targeted Facebook ads [Digiday]

“It started with a badly broken right leg, suffered in a home game against UTEP, and culminated with his return to game action 35 months after that leg had to be amputated seven inches below the knee.” [Fox Sports]

Signing Day All-Name Team [Athlon]

Howard Stern supposedly spending $200k on hurricane shutters for his Florida mansion which cost $52 million, and has had $10 million in additional renovations [Gossip Extra]

“Thompson fabricated several quotes in his stories and created fake email accounts that he used to impersonate people, one of which was a Gmail account in my name.” [The Intercept]

Selfies are making people feel more self-conscious about their teeth [Daily Mail]

13 good movies that bombed at the box office [Thrillest]

Should Elizabeth Warren run for president? [Atlantic]

Randle’s strong two handed slam leads NBA Top 10

A tipsy Jalen Rose offered sound analysis on the 76ers (and I’m not being sarcastic)

10 best movie closing shots of all-time (spoilers, duh)

Randy Savage vs Ric Flair from WrestleMania VIII (Part I)

Randy Savage vs Ric Flair from WrestleMania VIII (Part II)

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