Hurricane Victims May Be Without Power for Weeks: Florida Power and Light may not be able to restore power to 10 million customers across Florida for several weeks. They say Hurricane Irma knocked out their grid which will now require a complete rebuild. The State of Florida is warning people to be on the lookout for alligators, crocodiles, snakes and other wildlife that may be in residential neighborhoods because of Hurricane Irma flooding and storm surges.
Kid Rock protesters want Little Caesars Arena concerts cancelled: The Michigan chapter of Al Sharpton's National Action Network is expecting a large crowd to show up and protest Kid Rock's upcoming concerts at Little Caesars Arena. The group is planning a 6 p.m. protest on Sept. 12 in front of Kid Rock's "Made in Detroit" restaurant on Woodward Avenue. "Kid Rock is the tip of the ugly iceberg of white supremacy and is an insult to Detroit, He's wrong for bearing that confederate flag and he's wrong for ... not even apologizing for the use of the confederate flag."
Janet Jackson breaks down in tears onstage in Houston: Janet Jackson broke down in tears onstage in Houston on Saturday while singing her heartbreaking abuse track, What About. The 51-year-old, who recently resumed her tour following the birth of her son Eissa in December, wept and shook with emotion as she struggled to sing the lyrics onstage at the Toyota Centre. Through tears, the mother-of-one was then heard telling the crowd: 'This is me', after singing words about domestic violence and infidelity, including: 'What about the times you hit my face?'
Michael Phelps has once again challenged Conor McGregor to a swim race: Michael Phelps says, "Everyone kept tweeting and retweeting this photo that I tweeted of him and I across from each other. I said it as a joke. If he wants to swim, I don’t care. I’ll race him. If we did it in a year, and I trained for a year, or even six months, I could probably go 48 seconds if I had to. I don’t see him breaking a minute. So I could probably beat him with a 50 metre head start. I would definitely exercise the option to have a conversation if he wants to swim."
Chipotle to launch cheesy dip nationwide: Chipotle is officially launching its much-anticipated queso dip in all its stores on September 12, CEO Steve Ells said Tuesday.