• According to the Washington Post, Trump’s Iran deal decision could lead to war. Within hours of President Trump’s announcement, Iranian and Israeli forces had already exchanged fire. Thousands of Iranians have taken to the streets in cities across the country to protest Trump’s decision to pull out of the nuclear deal with world powers.
• The FCC slapped its largest-ever fine on a Florida man for his alleged role in a massive robocalling scheme. Adrian Abramovich called 100 million spoofed robocalls in three months. Mostly elderly were duped into purchasing travel deals under pretenses. The calls appeared to be coming from their local neighbor because of caller ID “spoofing.” That mimics the first six digits of the recipient’s phone number, dubbed “neighbor spoofing.”
• After the arrest of two African American men in Philadelphia last month, Starbucks is now opening their bathrooms to everyone regardless of whether they’ve made a purchase.
• The Brewers were taking advantage of every resource. Players were in an empty stadium taking turns playing video games on the jumbo screen.
• Today is ‘National Eat what you want Day,” better known as Friday.
Sunday is ‘Mother’s Day!’