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• What Is Camembert? Why Google Doodle Is Celebrating Cheese
If you were already scrolling through the internet this morning, you might have noticed an intriguing — and adorable — Google Doodle.
The Google Doodle for April 28 is devoted to cheese and commemorates the birthday of Marie Harel, the inventor of Camembert.
• Will Trump Be Impeached? Senate Democrats Looking At Lawsuit Against Trump Over Possible Conflict Of Interest
President Donald Trump may soon face a lawsuit as Senate Democrats consider legal action against him over possible conflicts of interest created by his businesses, a new report said Thursday.
Democratic Sen. Richard Blumenthal is leading the charge behind the possible lawsuit, and according to a report by The Hill, he has held discussions with a number of other senators on the issue.
• Labor Day 2017: Immigrant, Women's March And Black Lives Matter Groups Plan Rallies Against Trump
This Labor Day will be an opportunity for immigrant groups to voice their opinions against President Donald Trump's immigration policies. Immigrant groups and allies have planned to carry out marches, rallies and protests across the country to mark Labor Day, emphasizing that they need to fight back policies made by Trump, the Associated Press reported.
• Why Michelle Obama Does Not Want To Be The Next US President
Former first lady Michelle Obama said she won’t ever run for office, speaking at the the American Institute of Architects' annual convention in Orlando Thursday.
She said during her speech that she "wouldn't ask [her] children to do this again," according to CNN.
The speech in Orlando was the former first lady's first public appearance since leaving the White House.
• Harper Lee Facts: Things To Know About ‘To Kill A Mockingbird’ Author On Her 91st Birthday
It is Harper Lee’s birthday today! The renowned Pulitzer prize-winning author would have turned 91 Friday, April 28.
Lee is better remembered for "To Kill A Mockingbird," the classic 1960 novel that questioned racism confronted racism. The novel is still taught in classrooms across the U.S. Lee died at the age of 89 last February in her hometown of Monroeville, Pennsylvania.
• Naked Marine Photo Scandal Update: Alleged Victims Slam Revised Rules As 'Weak'
Two alleged victims of a U.S. Marine Corps' nude photo-sharing scandal slammed military officials Thursday calling the revised rules as "weak." Former Marine Erika Butner, 23, and active duty Lance Cpl. Marisa Woytek, 22, spoke out in Oceanside, California, alongside their attorney Gloria Allred.
• Erin Moran’s Husband Steven Fleischmann Seen For The First Time Since ‘Happy Days’ Star’s Death
Deceased actress Erin Moran’s husband Steven Fleischmann was seen in public for the first time since her death Saturday. Photos posted Thursday by Daily Mail showed Fleischmann returning to the New Salisbury, Indiana trailer park home, where Moran spent her final years with him and his mother Donna Woods.
• April The Giraffe Calf Name: Family Of Late Massachusetts Boy Want Calf To Be Named After Him
April, the giraffe at the Animal Adventure Park in Harpursville, New York, gave birth to her calf on April 15 as millions of fans from across the world cheered her on.
The calf, who is now almost two weeks old, will be named through a vote held by the upstate New York zoo and a family from Medford, Massachusetts is attempting to garner enough votes to have the giraffe named after the son they lost just as the calf was born.
• Is Donald Trump Still Adjusting To His Presidential Role After Completing 100 Days?
As President Donald Trump gears up for his 100th day of completion of his presidency, which falls Saturday, in an interview, he reflected on his tenure as a president with a nostalgic look at his life before he came to the White House. He had won the presidential elections in November succeeding President Barack Obama, who remained in office for two terms.
• What Melania Trump Wore At The White House Meeting With Argentine President
First Lady Melania Trump joined her husband President Donald Trump Thursday for a meeting with the Argentine President Mauricio Macria and his wife at the White House.
The first lady has been known for her choice of elegant yet simple designer dresses; however she chose to stand out on Thursday donning a military-inspired olive green ensemble. She wore an army green colored skirt with a matching peplum-style blazer from Altuzarra’s Spring 2017 collection.
• Body Of Missing Illinois Toddler Found In Couch In 'Deplorable' House
A day after the mother of a 16-month old girl reported her daughter missing, the toddler was found stuffed inside a couch in the home they shared with squatters in Joliet Township, located in Will County, Illinois.
Semaj Crosby, was found after her mother, Sheri Gordon, reluctantly allowed detectives inside her house to search, authorities said Thursday. Will County Sheriff's Department Deputy Chief Rick Ackerson said during a news conference that Crosby's death was "suspicious," but an autopsy is not yet complete.
• Facebook Live Killing Victim Serena McKay Honored With Candlelight Vigil As Probe Continues
The Sagkeeng First Nation in Canada where Serena McKay lived, mourned the death of the 19-year-old, whose killing was posted to Facebook. McKay was allegedly murdered Sunday by two teenage girls who brutally beat her.
• Why Won't Trump Talk To Taiwan President Tsai Ing-Wen?
President Donald Trump said Thursday that he would consult Chinese President Xi Jinping before having a phone call with Taiwan’s leader Tsai Ing-wen. Tsai could speak with Trump again over the phone, she suggested in an interview with Reuters, Thursday
In a White House interview, Trump said that he would not want to create problems in the U.S.-China relations as the independent status of Taiwan has been the most sensitive issue between Beijing and Washington.
• Ivanka Trump Wooing Kalorama Neighbors With Baked Goodies
President Donald Trump’s daughter Ivanka Trump moved to Washington D.C. earlier this year after her father took office. The posh D.C. neighborhood she moved to, however, was not too happy with her presence.
Ivanka and husband Jared Kushner, who is a senior adviser to the president, seem to have found a way to their neighbor’s hearts – through their stomachs.
• Tad Cummins, Ex-Teacher Accused Of Kidnapping Elizabeth Thomas, Tells Wife He Slept With Teen
Jill Cummins, the wife of ex-teacher Tad Cummins — accused of kidnapping his student Elizabeth Thomas — said he admitted to sleeping with the Tennessee teen. Cummins is under arrest in California after being on the run with 15-year-old Elizabeth for over a month.
In an interview with CBS’ Inside Edition Thursday, Jill revealed the details about her conversation with 50-year-old Cummins after his April 20 arrest .
• What Happened To Jesse Watters? Fox News Host On Sudden Vacation After Ivanka Trump Comment
Jesse Watters, one of the hosts of the show "The Five" on Fox News, who has been facing backlash for his comments on Ivanka Trump, announced on air Wednesday night that he was going on for a vacation with his family and will return Monday. The announcement came days after former Fox News host Bill O'Reilly also announced his abrupt vacation on his show "The O'Reilly Factor."
• David Dao Settles With United Airlines After Being Forcibly Removed From Plane
The passenger forcibly removed from a United Airlines flight April 9 officially reached a settlement with the company, his lawyers reported Thursday. David Dao’s attorneys, of Chicago-based Corboy & Demetrio, called the agreement “amicable."
• Anti-Trump Protests In New York, Washington, DC: Full Schedule Of Marches And Rallies
As President Donald Trump closed in on his first 100 days in office, his opponents continued to take to the streets to protest his presidency and policies. Organizers have planned events since the new administration took over in January and showed no signs of slowing down as April came to a close.
• Simon The Rabbit Update: United Claims Giant Bunny Died After Flight
In the evolving case of Simon the rabbit — potentially the world’s largest bunny who was said to have died on a flight from the U.K. to the U.S. earlier this week — a spokesperson for United Airlines offered an update on the matter.
According to a United Airlines spokesperson, 10-month-old Simon died after the United flight plane he was traveling on landed in Chicago, CBS News reported Thursday.
• How To Book A Reservation At Taco Bell's Test Kitchen
Taco Bell has ventured into the world of exclusive ‘high-brow’ dining experiences. The food company announced Thursday that diners will be able to book a reservation for a tasting at its official test kitchen.