What We Missed: Thursday Sept. 5th

Ariana Grande has a problem with Forever 21. 

According to legal documents filed in California court on Monday and obtained by E! News, the songstress has filed a lawsuit against the fast fashion retailer and Riley Rose, a website and brick and mortar beauty boutiques started by Forever 21's founders' daughters, accusing them of false endorsement, trademark infringement and copyright infringement among other claims. 

source: https://www.eonline.com/news/1069900/ariana-grande-is-suing-forever-21-for-10-million

Eating a diet of french fries, Pringles and white bread was enough to make one teenage boy lose his sight, according to a case study published in a medical journal.

Scientists from the University of Bristol examined the case of a young patient whose extremely picky eating led to blindness, and have warned of the dangers of a poor diet.

source: https://www.cnn.com/2019/09/03/health/poor-diet-blindness-scli-intl/index.html

It's long been known for its grandiose architecture, lashings of green spaces and traditional coffee shops -- and now Vienna is building itself a reputation for something even more covetable.

The Austrian capital has been ranked the world's most livable city for the second year running, topping the table with almost perfect scores for stability, culture and environment, education and infrastructure, and health care.

It was followed by Melbourne-- which Vienna toppled from pole position last year after seven years at the top. Sydney, Osaka and Calgary make up the top five on the annual Global Liveability Index of 140 cities around the world, researched by The Economist Intelligence Unit.

source: https://www.cnn.com/travel/article/worlds-most-livable-cities-2019-trnd/index.html

The Dallas Cowboys and Ezekiel Elliott have come to terms on a six-year, $90 million contract extension, a source told ESPN on Wednesday.

The deal has $50 million guaranteed, a source told ESPN's Ed Werder, surpassing Todd Gurley's $45 million as the most for an NFL running back. Elliott, 24, was under contract through 2020 and was set to make $3.853 million in 2019 and $9.09 million on the fifth-year option in 2020, making his total compensation through 2026 more than $100 million, which makes him the highest-paid running back in NFL history.

source: https://www.espn.com/nfl/story/_/id/27531272/elliott-cowboys-6-year-extension

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