Rise and shine, pop culture fans! Rub your eyes, get to stretchin', and pour yourself a hot cup of coffee because it's time to start your day off right with a little OK! Wake Up Call. It's better than the blaring ring from your alarm clock, right? Here are some things to know today: Game of Thrones fan? Joe Dempsie, who plays the character Gendry, makes time for an interview. (Vulture) There's word that Kristen Stewart and Robert Pattinson have ended their long-term fling. (People) Eva Longoria's dress didn't obey her at the Cannes Film Festival. She had an embarrassing wardrobe moment. (MSN) Mark Wahlberg wants to receive his diploma. Now that's smart! (MTV) Get pumped for Will Ferrell's return to Anchorman! Here's a look a the trailer. (Entertainment Weekly) Did you know that Dunder Mifflin paper actually exists? C'mon, it's the people person's paper company. (TIME) Katrina Bowden is now a Mrs. The 30 Rock star got married to Ben Jorgensen this past weekend. (The Hollywood Reporter) Yahoo! is buying Tumblr. Oh, technology! (Wall Street Journal) Tonight is The Gossip Game season finale. Take a second and get to know cast member Kim Osorio a little better. (OK!) Would you sit down for a meal prepared by Kate Middleton? We would. Apparently, the royal beauty and mommy-to-be is taking cooking classes. (Us Weekly) Photo credit: Splash News
Investors took a step back in early trading Monday, despite news of a $1 billion corporate merger.
JERUSALEM (Reuters) - A bank robbery in Israel on Monday ended with the deaths of five people, including one of the holdup men who apparently shot and killed himself when police launched a raid to free hostages. Police special forces surrounded the branch of Bank Hapoalim in the southern city of Beersheba after two robbers carried out the botched lunchtime heist in a residential street. Witnesses reported volleys of gunfire, and a nearby school went into lockdown. ...
(Reuters) - New York's top financial regulator has sent subpoenas to several firms seeking information on investments that guarantee steady payments to hundreds of thousands of retirees and other consumers, the Wall Street Journal said on Monday, citing people familiar with the inquiry.
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