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Friday, May 4, 2018

THINGS YOU NEED TO KNOW

  • The rate of a certain type of brain tumor has doubled over the past two decades and some researchers are pointing at the use of cell phones as the cause. 
  • Hawaii lawmakers have passed a bill that bans the sale of sunscreens containing chemicals believed to be harmful to coral reefs. 
  • A professional bowler who had a bit part in a Kevin Hart movie was charged with attempted extortion of the comedian. The guy was asking for money to make a video he took of Hart and a woman other than his wife, go away. 
  • After 29 years of marriage, Paulina Porizkova and Ric Ocasek have separated. 
  • Yale is the latest university to yank the honorary degree they once gave Bill Cosby. That's the first time that's happened since the school was founded in 1701. 
  • Former "Law & Order: SVU" actress Diane Neal is running for congress in upstate New York. 
  • Elon Musk says he plans to announce the location for a new Tesla SUV factory by the end of the year. 
  • A postcard believed to have been sent by infamous serial killer Jack the Ripper has just sold at auction for $30,000. 
  • The Natural History Museum in England has disqualified a participant in its Wildlife Photographer of the Year competition after determining that a photograph he submitted was staged using a stuffed anteater. 
  • Hulu has now passed 20 million subscribers. 
  • A man convicted of stalking Sandra Bullock has killed himself after a police standoff. 
  • While Roseanne Barr doesn't mind telling the world she's a Trump supporter, her ex-husband Tom Arnold is going to start in an anti-Trump documentary series, "The Hunt for the Trump Tapes With Tom Arnold." 
  • In the aftermath of that Facebook data controversy, Cambridge Analytica has closed their doors. 
  • The Seattle Mariners announced yesterday that Ichiro Suzuki has played his last major league baseball game and is moving into the M's front office. 
  • In Scotland, a woman is battling a rare disorder that causes her to throw up at least 30 times a day. 
  • A journalist who once enjoyed 15-minutes of fame for throwing his shoe at President George W. Bush is running for president in Iraq. 
  • United Airlines has banned 50 types of dogs and cats from flights after several animal-related incidents. 

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