Mark Zuckerberg has topped Warren Buffett to become the world’s third-richest person, according to the Bloomberg Billionaires Index. The Facebook co-founder trails only two other tech giants: Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos and Microsoft co-founder Bill Gates.
Tina Fey hosted the ‘SNL’ season 43 finale over the weekend, reprising her infamous role as Alaska governor and presidential contender Sarah Palin. Hamilton creator Lin-Manuel Miranda offered a behind-the-scenes look at Fey's new Tony-nominated Broadway musical, ‘Mean Girls.’
Chris Brown was arrested Thursday night in West Palm Beach, Florida, on an out-of-county warrant from last year, although authorities did not release further details. The singer was performing as part of a nationwide tour; he was booked and released on bail in an hour.
Former Supreme Court Justice John Paul Stevens, known for being moderately liberal, called for the repeal of the U.S. Constitution's Second Amendment giving Americans the right to bear firearms in response to student protests. President Trump replied it “will never be repealed.”
Wes Anderson’s ‘Isle of Dogs’ lit up the box office in its opening weekend, debuting to an estimated $1.57 million -- the director’s biggest debut ever. The new indie animation film features the voices of Bryan Cranston, Edward Norton, Frances McDormand and others.
Rick Santorum suggested on CNN that Parkland students should learn CPR instead of marching the day after the March for Our Lives nationwide events in protest of gun violence. The republican senator’s comments prompted backlash from gun violence victims.
Harper Lee’s estate is suing the Broadway producers of ‘To Kill a Mockingbird,’ claiming Aaron Sorkin’s adaptation veers too far from her book. The chief issue: lawyer Atticus Finch is initially presented as an apologist for the racial status quo, at odds with his heroic image in the novel.
Melania Trump used the same visa opposed by husband President Donald Trump to sponsor her parents, who are from Slovenia, allowing them to obtain green cards to live and work indefinitely in the country. The couple became official U.S. citizens this week.