THINGS YOU NEED TO KNOW

  • President Trump says that the FBI will look into that Jussie Smollett case.
  • Someone in Wisconsin won that $768 million Powerball jackpot the other night.
  • Disney is going to ban oversized strollers, smoking, and "loose or dry ice" inside its theme parks in Florida and California, effective May 1st.
  • Walgreens is going to start selling CBD products in 1500 of their stores.
  • There was a rumor going around that if you change your birth year in your Twitter profile to 2007, it would take on a new look. What ends up happening is your profile gets shut down because you're suddenly signaling to Twitter that you're underage.
  • Kobe Bryant ranked the top three basketball players of all time in this order: He's number one, Michael Jordan is second and LeBron James, third.
  • A new study claims that the average American can't afford to buy a home in 70% of the country.
  • Israeli cave explorers say they've discovered a 6.25 mile salt cave near the Dead Sea, and that makes it the world's longest.
  • An Australian man is suing his boss for $1.2 million over flatulence he claimed was a form of bullying.
  • Monica has filed for divorce from her husband, former Los Angeles Lakers player Shannon Brown, after eight years of marriage.
  • Colin Jost and Scarlett Johansson are said to be talking marriage.
  • Diving into a book can reduce your stress levels by 68 percent. Reading regularly has also been shown to help sharpen your mind, fend off dementia, and foster empathy.
  • An Australian study says the word "cyclist" should be banned as it is dehumanizing.
  • A former Scientology church member claims that the religion views Tom Cruise as "a deity." It was just reported that lower-ranking Scientologists are bused out to see Cruise movies, often multiple times, by their leaders, who buy thousands of tickets for his "Mission: Impossible" and "Jack Reacher" franchises to boost the actor's box office.
  • Trump business associate Felix Sater -- who will testify before two congressional panels this week about Trump and Russia -- is facing more legal woes after his wife of 25 years, Viktoria, slapped him with divorce papers.
  • Art Alexakis, frontman for Everclear, has revealed he's been living with multiple sclerosis. It was something that was diagnosed after he had a car accident three years ago.
  • That arm found floating in a Wisconsin lake the other day-a Halloween prop, zombie arm.
  • Then there was the Cleveland man who was arrested for possessing cocaine after police found it in his socks. He claimed that they weren't his socks.
  • Within three years, visitors to Chicago will be able to take the glass elevators outside the Aon Center, which will take you 82 stories at the rate of 16.6 feet a second.

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