• The U.S. Air Force has been busily working on a new craft, the X-37B space plane. There have already been six flights and the next one could possibly last as long as two years.
  • At 47-years-old, Manny Ramirez is thinking about attempting a comeback in the Taiwan baseball league.
  • A town in Sweden is covering their parks with chicken manure to keep people from gathering there.
  • If you're keeping score at home, 52 people who worked or voted in Wisconsin's recent primary have tested positive for the coronavirus.
  • After a month of supporting New York City and New Jersey residents during the coronavirus outbreak, the U.S. Navy hospital ship Comfort is heading back to its home port in Norfolk, Virginia.
  • Cincinnati Bengals release longtime starting quarterback Andy Dalton after nine years in Cincinnati and the team's starting quarterback since 2011. He reported asked for his release, after the team drafted Joe Burrow.
  • Britney Spears says she accidentally burned down her home gym. The "Toxic" singer said on Instagram Wednesday that only two pieces of equipment were unscathed. No one was hurt.
  • Macy's is planning to reopen 68 stores next week, to see how comfortable consumers are about coming back.
  • Uber is letting go of 20% of it's workforce, Lyft is letting 17% of their employees go.
  • In Oregon, police think that a romance novelist murdered her chef husband for the insurance money.
  • Chick-Fil-A is now offering "meal kits," so you can prepare your dinner at home.
  • Add another sports moment being postponed because of the coronavirus. There will be no Hall of Fame ceremony at Cooperstown this year. Baseball's latest honorees will have to wait a year.
  • Last Tuesday, 150 drones with lights lit up the skies over Philadelphia in a giant heart shape, to say thanks to all the city's healthcare workers.


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