THINGS YOU NEED TO KNOW
- Right now in Brunei, homosexuality is already punishable by up to 10 years in prison. Beginning next week, being gay could get you whipped or even stoned to death.
- After two years of boycotting the annual White House Correspondents dinner, President is basking in the glow of the Mueller report and may attend the April 27th event.
- Nutella-filled M-and-M's are coming, if not already there.
- FOX says that "Empire" will return for another season, Jussie Smollett will not.
- Comedian Tim Conway is suffering from dementia and now unable to make his own decisions.
- At a fossil site in Canada, they've uncovered the skeleton of the biggest T-Rex ever discovered-one that weighed in at 19,500 pounds.
- In an upcoming book, Barbara Bush blames President Trump for her heart attack and says she no longer considers herself a Republican.
- So, who's missing at work today? Think they won the Powerball last night?
- NFL owners voted Tuesday night at the league meeting in Phoenix to allow offensive and defensive pass interference penalties, including non-calls, to be subject to challenge and replay review. In other words, fixing what happened at New Orleans.
- Facebook did a crackdown on fake pages and took down 2,632 accounts this week. Just over 500 of those accounts were tied to Iran, while almost 2,000 were linked to Russia,
- A flight from San Francisco to Burbank carrying Keanu Reeves made an emergency landing in Bakersfield with passengers taking a van to the final destination.
- Oprah Winfrey has a new book out called "The Path Made Clear" where she dishes out life advice.
- Congress has voted to promote Bob Dole to colonel at age 95.
- Denise Richards invited her ex Charlie Sheen to her wedding last summer, saying she didn't care if his date was a prostitute.
- 44-year-old Alanis Morissette is pregnant with her third child.
- Justin Bieber says he's stepping away from music for a while and work on fixing some "deep rooted issues."
- Roy Orbison and Buddy Holly holograms will be going on tour this summer.
- Roger Charlery, aka Ranking Roger, the singer and toaster from the English Beat, General Public and Special Beat, lost his battle with cancer. He was 56.
- Colombian singers Shakira and Carlos Vives have appeared in a Madrid court
- to answer allegations by a Cuban-born singer they plagiarized his work.
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