THINGS YOU NEED TO KNOW
A kid held up a sign at the Chicago Cubs home opener on Tuesday at Wrigley field that said: "Skipping school... Shh! Don't tell Principal Versluis." The principal saw it. Well, because he was also at the game.
Apple is soon to end 32-bit support on the Mac.
The name for Duchess Kate and Prince William's next child? The British oddsmakers have Alice and Phillip as the favorites.
The workout company CrossFit is now getting into the meal delivery business.
The Seahawks had plans to bring in Colin Kaepernick for a workout as they search for a backup quarterback for Russell Wilson, but postponed the meeting when he said he would not promise to stop kneeling during the national anthem if he were to play next season.
Mitzi Shore, who could make and break careers as the owner of the Comedy Store, has died after battling Parkinson's disease. She was 87. By the way, she was the mother of Pauly Shore.
A report says the company making Necco wafers could shut down. That's also the same folks who make those candy hearts with the messages on them. Both could be going away.
This year will be the 100th season for the Green Bay Packers.
There were only 974 at the ballpark the other day in Chicago for the Chicago White Sox and Tampa Bay Rays game.
Dierks Bentley says his next album, "The Mountain," will come out in June.
After suffering a miscarriage, Lady Antebellum's Hillary Scott got pregnant again and recent gave birth to what she calls "bonus blessing" twin girls. They're identical and now 10 weeks old.
Russian TV was telling viewers the other day to pack essentials for the upcoming World War III.
A new study says that being a night owl could lead to a premature death.
The CBS series "Good Fight" actually has a Donald Trump impeachment storyline going on.
Lawmakers in South Carolina are considering a ban on energy drinks for teenagers.
Robert E. Lee's boyhood home is on the market for $8.5 million.
Bank of America says it will stop lending money to makers of military style firearms.
The Yankees were named by Forbes as the most valuable baseball team at $4 billion.
Bellevue University in Nebraska has a 61-year-old freshman on their golf team.
A startling study shows that more police and firefighters committed suicide in the U.S. last year than were killed in the line of duty.
Leslie Odom Jr. and Katharine McPhee will announce the Tony Award nominees on May 1.