THINGS YOU NEED TO KNOW
- An arbitrator has ordered 21st Century Fox to pay $179 million to Emily Deschanel and David Boreanaz in a profit dispute over the series, "Bones."
- DJ Kahled is going to host the Kids Choice Awards.
- Meghan Markle and Harry have reportedly confirmed that its going to be a boy. A friend showed up at the baby shower last week with several gifts wrapped in blue.
- Luke Perry suffered a stroke yesterday and is hospitalized.
- Trouble goes where he goes: the Montreal Alouettes have released Johnny Manziel, after the CFL directed them to terminate his contract. The team said that Manziel didn't fulfill the agreement which made him eligible to play in Canada.
- "A Star Is Born" returns to more than 1,150 theaters today with 12 minutes of new footage.
- The Top Three finishers in that absurd, crazy show, "The Masked Singer": 1st: T-Pain, 2nd: Donny Osmond and 3rd: Gladys Knight.
- Will Smith says he out for the sequel of "The Suicide Squad."
- U.S. pedestrian deaths hit a 28-year high in 2018, with at least part of the credit going to the SUV boom going on in our country.
- Wal-Mart is dropping its Greeters and switching to "Customer Hosts." What? Greeters were notified that their final day is going to be April 26.
- A survey says the happiest and healthiest state in the U.S. is Hawaii.
- AAA says that Americans are driving an hour every day, an increase of 20 minutes behind the wheel each week.
- Beto O'Rourke (Texas) is reportedly getting close to announcing that he's joining the race for president.
- There's a report claiming that Ed Sheeran secretly married Cherry Seaborn two months ago.
- Members of the Utah House of Representatives passed a bill Monday that would allow drivers to run red lights under certain conditions, like if you pulled up to a red light and sat there for 90-seconds and no one is coming.
- Edward Nixon, the youngest brother of President Richard Nixon, died Wednesday at the age of 88.
- John Wayne's 1971 interview with Playboy has resurfaced and inspired a move to have his name removed from the Orange County Airport.
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