Look, we get it. You can either get your Hillary Quinn costume done by Halloween or keep up with the news. No reasonable person can be expected to keep up with every headline while maintaining their sanity, so we have taken it upon ourselves to quickly summarize the most important and/or ridiculous news stories from the last week (or so).

EQUADOR TOOK AWAY JULIAN ASSANGE'S INTERNET ACCESS. The Wikileaks founder has resided at Equador's London embassy since being granted asylum by the So

Chuck Berry released a new album at the age of 90

Harry Shearer is suing over Spinal Tap royalties

The 13 Most Insane Things Happening Right Now (10/25)

Source: CBS News

Nintendo has unveiled Nintendo Switch

The director of Deadpool 2 has resigned

at&t HAS REACHED A DEAL TO PURCHASE C TimeWarner FOR $85.4 BILLION. If approved, the acquisition would give the telecommunications conglomerate owners

aMC HAS ALREADY RENEWED THE WALKINGDEAD FOR AN EIGHTH SEASON, (Scheduled for October, 2017) BEFORE THE SEVENTH SEASON HAS EVEN BEGUN.

THE FBI RESCUED 82 EXPLOITED CHILDREN IN AN INTERNATIONAL SEX TRAFFICKING STING. 239 adult suspects were arrested during Operation Cross Country, with

Source: The FBI

Warner Brothers is developing another Willy Wonka movie

Source: Variety

THE CHICAGO CUBS HAVE ADVANCED TO THE WORLD SERIES FOR THE FIRST TIME SINCE 1945. Ces The Cubs haven't won the World Series title since 1908. They wil

Source: CNN

A homeless woman with a skull on a stick led police to a dead body

Source: Fox News

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