- CBS' Stormy Sitdown has "60 Minutes" at decade high, topping 20 million viewers. It easily outpaced the last marquee episode, Trump's 2016 interview, but it still trails Barack Obama's 24.5 million tune-in from 2008.
- A Spice Girls animated film is said to be in the works.
- Chris Evans says he's done playing Captain America.
- Los Angeles is considering a proposal to provide housing for all the homeless.
- Blockbuster founder Wayne Huizenga has died at age 80.
- Craigslist is getting rid of their ‘personals' section.
- Scientists say 13% of Americans have traces of cocaine and heroin on their fingers.
- All Major League Baseball teams will play their Opening Day games on Thursday, the earliest season opener in MLB history and the first time that all the teams have played their openers on the same day since 1968.
- The world's largest cruise ship is getting ready to set sail. Royal Caribbean's Symphony of the Seas is 18 floors high, is about the length of the Empire State Building and can carry about 6,700 passengers. It's first cruise begins this Saturday. The ship features include a laser tag arena, Bionic Bar where robots make drinks, a 10-story racing slide called Ultimate Abyss, rock climbing and ice skating. The ship will host a production of the Broadway hit "Hairspray" and its sports bar will feature 30 big-screen TVs.
- Comedy is tough. Ask New York Governor Gov. Cuomo after he went to a black church on Palm Sunday and told this joke: "I'm a Catholic. Catholics basically believe the same thing as Baptists believe. We just do it without the rhythm. But we try. We try. We are not as without rhythm as our Jewish brothers and sisters."
- Grammy winner Maren Morris, 27, and musician Ryan Hurd, 31, got married in Nashville on Saturday.
- Meanwhile, former TV personality Star Jones married her fiance Ricardo Lugo on Sunday on board a Carnival Cruise Lines ship.
- And one more wedding from Sunday: Dancing With the Stars professionals Emma Slater and Sasha Farber are now husband and wife.
- Gun maker Remington has filed for bankruptcy protection. It was founded in 1816.
Tuesday, March 27, 2018
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