'Basket' actor dies by suicide after shooting girlfriend; Tiffany Trump graduates from law school. Scroll down for the most breaking news you may not know.
1. Body Of Former Pro Wrestler Found On Beach 2 Days After He Went Missing
From The New York Times: Shad Gaspard, 39, was caught in a rip current with his 10-year-old son, Aryeh. His last words were "just secure my son, rescue my son," the authorities said.
2. 'Baskets' Actor Hagen Mills Dies By Suicide After Shooting Girlfriend
From Deadline: Hagen Mills, an actor who appeared in episodes of Baskets and Swedish Dicks, died by suicide at his home in Mayfield, KY, after shooting and wounding the mother of his young daughter.
3. CDC Releases Detailed Guidelines For Reopening
From Politico: The CDC this week quietly published detailed guidelines for reopening schools and businesses that have been shut down in the coronavirus pandemic. The 60-page document is the most extensive guidance yet offered by the health agency, which has spent weeks embroiled in controversy over how far it should go in influencing institutions' decisions about how to open safely.
4. Amazon Dives Deeper Into Video Games, Launches First Big-budget Title Crucible
From GeekWire: Amazon took a big step into the gaming industry Wednesday with the launch of Crucible, a free-to-play online shooter and the company’s first original big-budget game. The game, available for Windows 10, is a team-based shooter that lets players hunt down opponents. It’s similar to other megahits such as Overwatch, Apex Legends, and Fortnite. It was initially announced in 2016.
5. Tiffany Trump Graduates From Law School
From CNN: President Donald Trump on Wednesday tweeted his congratulations to Tiffany Trump, the fourth of his five children, in support of her graduation from law school. Tiffany Trump took part in virtual commencement ceremonies, along with the rest of the class of 2020, from Georgetown Law School on Saturday.
6. Nick Jonas's New Single "Until We Meet Again" Will Make You Want to Call Your Loved One
From POPSUGAR: Nick Jonas is paying special tribute to healthcare workers with his new single, "Until We Meet Again." During The Voice finale on Tuesday, the singer unveiled the brand-new track, along with a visually stunning video.
7. Matt Lauer Responds To Rape Allegation From Ronan Farrow's 'Catch & Kill'
From CNN Business: Matt Lauer had been looking for an opportune time to publish a piece responding to Ronan Farrow's "Catch & Kill," which contained a rape allegation that he denied. In the wake of Ben Smith's New York Times column scrutinizing Farrow's work, he went ahead. Lauer says, in effect, that Farrow was biased against NBC, "knew his work on 'Catch and Kill' would receive little in the way of scrutiny," and therefore published "deeply flawed" material.
8. Energy Drink Company G Fuel No Longer Sponsors Internet Drama Reporter Keemstar After Claims That He Exploited A Youtuber Who Died By Suicide
From Business Insider: After an explosive "Content Nuke'' video by Ethan Klein about Daniel "Keemstar" Keem criticizing the YouTube drama reporter's conduct, Keem announced his longtime sponsorship with energy drink company G Fuel ended. Keem said he "walked away" from the gaming and esports energy drink brand after an outpouring of hate overwhelmed G Fuel's recent social media posts, which spawned from h3h3Production's Klein.
9. Sia Premieres 'Together' From Her Upcoming Album And Film, 'Music'
From Rolling Stone: Sia has released "Together," the first single from her upcoming joint album and motion picture, Music. Sia wrote and directed the film - which stars Kate Hudson, Leslie Odom Jr., and Maddie Ziegler - and penned 10 original songs for its soundtrack.
10. Susan Rice Responds To 'Dishonest Accusations' After Email About Obama Meeting On Flynn Declassified
From USA TODAY: Allies of President Donald Trump are seizing upon newly declassified portions of an email written by former national security adviser Susan Rice as evidence that an investigation into her incoming successor, Michael Flynn, was politically motivated, while Rice says the same email proves the previous administration's concerns were legitimate.