• British theoretical physicist Stephen Hawking died yesterday at the age of 76. Appropriately, on Pi Day. 
  • Wal-Mart continues take on Amazon and will now start offering home delivery of groceries. 
  • The World Happiness Report ranked 156 countries by happiness levels, based on factors such as life expectancy, social support and corruption. The number one happiest place in the world: Finland. Sorry, Disneyland. The United States fell from 14th to 18th place in this year's rankings. 
  • A judge has ruled that Richard Simmons must pay a tabloid $128,000 because saying that he was transgender is not considered defamatory. 
  • After two years of dating, Zayn Malik and Gigi Hadid have called it quits. 
  • Tori Spelling and Jenny Garth will star in a new dramedy in which they will play exaggerated versions of themselves. 
  • TV-viewing research finds that live TV viewing among all video consumption has continued to decline overall among U.S. broadband households -- nearly 60% of video viewed on the TV is now on-demand, 
  • Dennis Rodman is on three years' probation for a DUI. 
  • New Mexico has a new license plate that features two chili peppers and the slogan, "Chili capital of the World." 
  • Joar Ulsom of Norway won this year's Iditarod Sled Dog Race. 
  • The U.K. is expelling 23 Russian diplomats over poisoning of former spy, the single biggest expulsion for more than 30 years. They've been given one week to get out. 
  • Marvel has announced that there will be a Black Panther sequel. Duh. 
  • A nightclub in Miami has lost its business license after a woman brought a horse onto the dance floor. 
  • The owner of a Greek soccer team last weekend stormed onto the field during a match waving a handgun.


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