Wednesday August 24, 2016
Today's Tabloid News

‘Brady Bunch’ star sells Malibu home for massive profit

Former child star Eve Plumb, who played Jan on the “Brady Bunch,” pocketed $3.9?million by selling the house that she bought for just $55,300 as an 11-year-old in 1969, according to real-estate records.  More…

Brian Williams to get nightly time slot on MSNBC

Brian Williams is going to be a one man show again. The former face of NBC’s “Nightly News” will anchor a nightly 30-minute show on MSNBC that will focus on campaign news of the day.  More…

American flags removed from Arlington fire trucks after board order

American flags were removed from three Arlington Fire District trucks Tuesday, sparking heated discussion on social media and disappointment from union members. Fire Chief Tory Gallante was directed by the Board of Fire Commissioners to remove the flags, but declined to comment on specifics of why the decision was made adding he is “very disappointed with their direction.”  More…

‘We don’t feel safe’: Detroit couple sues Pokémon Go

Nintendo says its mission is to "put smiles on people’s faces." Scott and Jayme Dodich of St. Clair Shores aren’t smiling. Pokémon Go, they say, is making them miserable — so they’ve decided to sue the video game giant and its wildly successful game in federal court.  More…

RICH: Hillary flies 20 miles in private jet from Martha’s Vineyard to Nantucket

Hillary Clinton, who is endlessly trying to tell factory workers in Ohio and Pennsylvania that she’s one of them, jetted approximately 20 miles from Martha’s Vineyard — where she was last night partying with President Obama — to Nantucket for a fundraiser on Saturday.  More…

Ryan Lochte says he takes ‘full responsibility’ for his actions

Swimmer Ryan Lochte came to New York City for his first post-Olympics interview Saturday — his bleached hair dyed back to normal, his tail between his legs and his reputation-rehabilitation efforts in full swing.  More…

Ryan Lochte hires top PR guru

Swimmer Ryan Lochte has hired top PR firm Matthew Hiltzik, a New York-based communications consultant whose clients have included Justin Bieber, Harvey Weinstein, the NFL’s Manti Te’o, Katie Couric, and Alec Baldwin..  More…

Jack Riley, actor on ‘The Bob Newhart Show’ dies at 80

Jack Riley, who played a counseling client on "The Bob Newhart Show" and also voiced a character on Nickelodeon’s animated "Rugrats," died Friday. The 80-year-old actor died in Los Angeles, according to his representative.  More…

“I Am Cait’ Cancelled By E!

There will be no third season for I Am Cait, its star Caitlyn Jenner revealed online today. The docuseries starring the former Bruce Jenner as she embraced her life as a woman debuted to big ratings of 2.73 million on July 26, 2015 but soon fell off. Its Season 2, which premiered March 6, saw fewer than 500,000 total viewers for some episodes.  More…

Ryan Lochte apologizes over fake ‘mugging’ scandal

US swimmer Ryan Lochte issued the apology through his Twitter page this afternoon. He wrote: "I want to apolozise for my behavior last weekend – for not being more careful and candid in how I described the events of that early morning and for my role in taking the focus away from the many athletes fulfilling their dreams.  More…

2 US SWIMMERS LEAVE RIO AFTER ROBBERY SCANDAL; 3RD PAYS FINE

The drama surrounding the alleged robbery of American swimmers – and their ever-changing descriptions of it – has shocked and deeply angered Brazilians, who said it cast a false negative shadow on their city and their Olympics at a time the country is eager to prove it can host the games safely. The story has also dominated Olympic headlines, overshadowing the worthy accomplishments of athletes who trained for years just to get to Rio.  More…

“Worse than Hurricane Katrina”: Coffins float down street as devastating Louisiana floods uproot caskets from graveyard

Coffins float eerily down a submerged road in Louisiana after severe flooding dislodged them from graveyards. At least four people have died and more than 7,000 have been rescued after the American state was hit by up to 17 inches of rain in 24 hours.  More…

Lochte, 3 US swimmers lied about robbery to cover up gas station brawl

Ryan Lochte and three other US Olympic swimmers lied about being robbed at gunpoint to cover up a brawl they had with a gas station security guard, authorities said Thursday.  More…

NC school to teachers: Don’t call students ‘boys and girls’

Teachers in Charlotte, North Carolina, have been advised to stop calling the children “boys and girls,” according to a training presentation on transgender issues. Instead, the progressives who control Charlotte-Mecklenburg Schools want teachers to identify the youngsters as either “students” or “scholars.” So what if a teacher has a student who is dumb as a rock? Would the child still be called a scholar?  More…

Anthony Weiner caught in new flirty online chat

First he was Carlos Danger. Now — in yet another sexting scandal — he’s calling himself “mongoose.” Anthony Weiner gave his cellphone number to a college student during a flirty, private online chat – but it was actually a man, The Post has learned.  More…