The Top Story! Weekly Report for Sunday, January 10, 2016!

A new al-Qaeda recruitment video includes footage of Donald Trump. And among Republican voters, the video is already polling 30 points ahead of Jeb Bush.

Fox News host Andrea Tantaros says she thinks President Obama faked his tears during his speech on gun control. She thinks he faked those tears is because, as a Fox News host, she can’t comprehend what it’s like to have an actual human emotion.

During a campaign appearance Thursday at a middle school in Cedar Rapids, Iowa, Ben Carson asked the children to point out the dumbest kid in their class. Carson then hired the kid as his new campaign manager.

GM gave Lyft a $500 million dollar investment to develop self-driving cars. Then Lyft spent it all on an Uber ride home on New Year’s.

The value of Chipotle’s stock has dropped significantly following the outbreak of E. coli at some of its restaurants. Chipotle is hopeful that its stock price won’t stay down for long. Just like their barbacoa burritos.

The Playboy Mansion is now for sale. The asking price is $200 million, plus $100 million for sterilization.

The U.S. Post Office will issue a stamp commemorating the 50th anniversary of ″Star Trek″. Letters with the stamp will be delivered directly to the recipient’s parents’ basement.

Earlier tonight the 73rd annual Golden Globe Awards were held. It’s the show where all of Hollywood gets together . . . to pretend the Golden Globes actually mean something.

Leonardo DiCaprio and Kelly Rohrbach have split. Leo is already rebounding. . . off the pile of supermodels on his bedroom floor.

Will Smith says he’ll cry when he watches the sequel to “Independence Day”. But not as hard as he cried when he heard his Nigerian accent in “Concussion”.

After getting diagnosed with diabetes, Rob Kardashian got a job offer from a company that designs meal plans for diabetics. Rob’s family was confused by the offer until someone explained to them what a “job” is.

This week Anne Hathaway posted a pregnant bikini photo of herself on Instagram. She posted the photo in case there were still people out there who don’t already hate her for no good reason.

Michael Bay told “Rolling Stone” that he’s worth half a billion dollars. But half of those dollars are CGI.

M. Night Shyamalan is producing a new version of the old HBO show ″Tales from the Crypt″. Spoiler alert: The people in the crypt have been dead the whole time.

The former showrunner of ″Lost″, Damon Lindelof, says that the version of the finale available on Netflix is actually missing 18 minutes. Although “Lost” fans are convinced it’s been in Purgatory the whole time.

After much controversy, the Star Wars Monopoly game will add Rey as a game piece. Which means women have finally achieved the same respect in the board game world as a thimble.

A Domino’s pizza delivery man in Covina stabbed a customer in the neck after an argument over his small tip. Lucky for the customer, the ambulance was there in 30 minutes or less.

Search engine Bing is now powering searches on AOL. With the new deal, the number of people using Bing is expected to increase to three.

The first printed collection of all of Shakespeare’s 36 plays are on a U.S. tour. Although most college students are just gonna wait for the U.S. tour of the Cliff Notes.

A new study finds that people who drink are motivated to work out longer and harder. It’s started a whole new workout trend, Spinning While The Room Is Also Spinning.

Calvin Johnson of the Detroit Lions says that he’s thinking about retiring. He’s already prepared for a life without football because he plays for the Detroit Lions.

And finally, Pat Harrington, who played the building superintendent Schneider on the 70’s sitcom “One Day at a Time”, died Wednesday at age 86. Family members are coping with the loss by taking it. . . well. . . you know.

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