The names they're considering are The Losers, Fatboy & The Nobody, and Hillary's Dartboard.
Leslie Van Houten, convicted of the murder of Leno La Bianca and his wife Rosemary in 1969 under orders of Charles Manson, was recommended for parole after undergoing counselling. A spokesman for the Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation said she had provided an 'insight why she committed the crimes.'
As for what that insight was, Van Houten said, "If a guy looks, dresses and sounds crazy, he's probably crazy. Now they tell me, right?"
Jennifer Lopez has told People magazine that making things right with her ex-husband Marc Anthony is "the hardest work I do."
The second hardest thing, she added, is lip-syncing in concert without forgetting the lyrics.
Jack Harry Smith, the oldest person on Texas' death row, died of natural causes at the age of 78, after waiting 38 years to be executed.
Texas Senator Ted Cruz condemned the incident as "just another case of a criminal getting off easy."
Billionaire grocery heiress Andrea Catsimatidis has fallen in love with phone-charger CEO Ben Richman, two years after divorcing Richard Nixon's grandson.
Asked about the romance, Ms. Catsimatidis told reporters, "I've always wanted to know what it was like to be part of the most boring headline ever."