The Iowa Fair approaching, Donald Trump wanted to make an appearance by offering children free rides in his helicopter. The Fair is a very important stop for president's candidates. The Iowa State Fair had other feelings about the idea and didn't like it one bit. The helicopter is a Sikorsky S-76 which costs around 5-7 million dollars. Reportedly there is gold in the seatbelts. For more on the story click HERE
Ryan Seacrest's show "Knock Knock Live" on Fox has been pulled after only two episodes. The show was about celebrities going up to regular homes and giving out prizes. The premiere episode averaged a 0.5 rating in 18-49 with over 1.7 million viewers. Many other Fox shows will remain on. Ryan Seacrest will return in January for American Idol. For more on the story click HERE
Model and actress Cara Delevingne went on "Good Day Sacramento" to promote her new film and the interview went south after that. She seemed not really into the interview and the news anchors called her out for it. One anchor called her "Carla" and that's when it all went down from there. To hear the interview and more on the story click on the video and HERE.
U.S. Food and Drug Administrations are banning imports of cilantro from Puebla, Mexico after finding human feces and toilet paper. They had outbreaks linked to the same state in Mexico in 2013 and 2014 of stomach illness. They had discovered feces and toilet paper in the fields and no running water or toilet facilities. The FDA found this to be a major "import alert" issued Monday. Banning will continue unless the company can prove health authorities that the product and facilities are clean and safe. For more click HERE
In South Carolina a woman is recovering after her husband's pit bull had attacked her. Katherine Rizk 48 has to have her arm amputated from the elbow down. The husband Mahmoud Rizk had told the media that the dog has never attacked anyone before and his wife isn't doing well. The dog was euthanized Monday. For more on the story click HERE
For a few weeks, the Schmitt family and 1715 Fleet-Queens Jewels LLC had a million-dollar secret on their hands. Last month, they recovered $1 million worth of sunken Spanish coins and jewels off the Florida coast.
"The treasure was actually found a month ago," said Brent Brisben of 1715 Fleet-Queens Jewels LLC. Keeping the news under wraps was "particularly hard for the family that found it. They've been beside themselves."
• 51 gold coins
• 40 feet of ornate gold chain
• A single coin called a Royal made for the king of Spain, Phillip V, a news release states. Only a few are known to exist, and the coin — nicknamed "Tricentennial Royal" — is dated 1715. Brisben said the extremely rare silver-dollar-sized coin is worth "probably around half a million dollars itself."
Rob Schneider's home was burglarized Friday night and uber-expensive jewelry was taken, but nothing as expensive as an ultra-rare baseball card.
The "Deuce Bigalow" star was at the Comedy Film Festival in Montreal, and his wife and kid were out to dinner in L.A. when the thieves broke into their Encino home. They made off with his wife's diamond engagement ring, a Cartier watch and other expensive items.
But the biggest ticket item ... a mint condition 1951 Bowman Willie Mays rookie card ... valued at $175,000.
Rob famously collects old baseball cards, especially from the '50s and '60s. The thieves also made off with a 1953 Willie Mays Topps and a 1971 as well. The Willie Mays cards were separate from Rob's main card collection, which the thieves didn't find.
One source familiar with the investigation tells TMZ ... the Willie Mays card is so rare, it will be difficult or impossible to fence it.
The Boy Scouts of America on Monday ended its ban on openly gay adult leaders.
But the new policy allows church-sponsored units to choose local unit leaders who share their precepts, even if that means restricting such positions to heterosexual men.
Despite this compromise, the Mormon Church said it might leave the organization anyway. Its stance surprised many and raised questions about whether other conservative sponsors, including the Roman Catholic Church, might follow suit.
In the warm waters off the Florida coast this time of year, the Coast Guard says, someone can survive four, maybe five days.
Florida teens Perry Cohen and Austin Stephanos have been missing since Friday -- four days and counting.
"People can survive in the water," said Capt. Mark Fedor, chief of response for the Coast Guard 7th District. "It's relatively warm, but, again, it's a dangerous environment, and there's only so long you could stay in the water."
The day-and-night search is focused 60 to 70 miles (97 to 113 kilometers) off Jacksonville, north of where the boys' capsized boat was found Sunday. Fedor said search conditions were good, but the situation is dire.
The Coast Guard says five cutters, a Navy ship and multiple planes are involved in the search.