The Hottest Stories on the Internet Today (Friday March 31)

March 31, 2017

To end the week and the month, here are some of the biggest stories in the world.

Pokot: This is Why We Eat Snakes Instead of Cattle, Despite Drought… and Please Allow Us To Continue Killing The Marakwet

NTV investigative reporter has just returned from the dangerous Baringo county, where cattle rustlers reign supreme. Okari got to interview Pokot warriors, who are said to be the main aggressors in the never-ending war. Afer travelling a long way and waiting for them even longer, the warriors st

OMG: Kenyan Pastor Camps at Funeral Home Waiting for Wife to Resurrect

Kenyan pastors will show us things! A little-known pastor in Embu has stunned the country after he set camp at a funeral home waiting for his wife to resurrect after three days.

Mohammed Ali: Joho’s Brother Physically Assaulted Me at Tononoka Rally (VIDEO)

Former KTN investigative journalist Mohammed Ali has lodged a complaint to the ODM disciplinary committee against Governor Joho’s brother, Said Abdalla. According to Ali, Mr Abdalla who is eyeing the same Nyali parliamentary seat as Ali, verbally and physically assaulted him on March 26 during a

I Knew Uhuru Kenyatta’s College Sweethearts, Ruth Odinga on Family’s Relationship with the Kenyattas

Raila Odinga’s younger sister, Ruth Odinga, has opened up about the relationship between her family and the Kenyattas. Speaking to SDE, Ruth recalls the relationship stretching back to their childhood days. “When they came to Kisumu with their father (Uhuru’s father, Mzee Jomo Kenyatta) we us

READ: Bodaboda Operator ‘Killed by Jaguar’ Had Penned this Emotional Letter to God Before his Untimely Death

A handwritten letter penned by one of the men killed in a road accident involving musician Jaguar’s Range Rover has emerged. The deceased, Sinforian Mugo Mwangi, wrote the emotional letter addressed to God seeking forgiveness and blessings in February. In the letter, Mugo,25, who was a boda bo

How wrestling legend Diamond Dallas Page found his second act with ‘kickass’ yoga

When pro wrestling legend Diamond Dallas Page is inducted into the WWE Hall of Fame on March 31, fans will fondly recall his antics and exploits inside the ring. The “Diamond Cutter,” his signature takedown move, is particularly timeless. But those who’ve lost track of “DDP” since his heyday in the late ’90s are in for a surprise.

Goodbye internet privacy, we hardly knew you

As President Donald J. Trump’s systematic dismantling of 21st century public policy continues, we pause a moment to mourn the death of a set of broadband interent privacy principals that will never see the light of day. On this day in 2017, President Donald J.

We totally agree with George W. Bush on Trump’s inauguration speech

George W. Bush DGAF. The former president is retired, painting, and hopefully not looking at his Wikipedia page. And apparently he was as confused by Donald Trump’s inauguration speech as everyone else. If you can remember back to January (sigh), Trump basically described an America that sounded like something out of Mad Max.

‘Fate’ takes the ‘Furious’ franchise into Bond/Mission Impossible territory

“How do you continue? How do you redefine yourself? How do you … defy expectations?” That’s what Fate of the Furious star Vin Diesel mused Wednesday during the Universal Studios presentation from the stage at Cinemacon, where the world’s movie theater owners are getting a week’s worth of sneaks and first-looks at the biggest summer movies.

For all the worst reasons, you need to see this statue of Cristiano Ronaldo

Potato with googly eyes. Candle left too close to a window. Lost Trump relative. All things that can, and have, been said about this new bust of footballer Cristiano Ronaldo, unveiled at the airport bearing his name in the Madeira Islands, his homeland. Here’s a closeup, cause you know you want one.

Why Apple is cracking down on ‘free’ apps

Apple is making more moves to clean up its App Store. After cracking down on outdated apps, the company is now placing restrictions on how developers describe their apps. Apple is now rejecting updated and new app submissions that have the word “free” in the name, VentureBeat reports.

A big challenger is about to change the way you use Facebook to log in on websites

There are two ways to log in on websites: try to recall the email address and password you registered with – or simply hit the “Facebook Login” button. The convenience of the latter underscores the popularity of social authentication options.

Elon Musk gives Tesla drivers more cowbell with speed boost and automatic parking

Tesla’s new Autopilot just got even smarter, faster, and even closer to realizing its self-driving potential. The carmaker’s Autopilot system for HW2 enabled-vehicles is being released incrementally throughout the year via a series of over-the-air (OTA) software updates. The updates, which Tesla overlord CEO Elon Musk promised would drop every two to six weeks, started rolling out at the end of January.

Amazon will shut down and a bunch of other sites won’t sell diapers for much longer. Amazon said Wednesday it plans to shutter the baby-care site and a handful of other specialty brands under the umbrella of its Quidsi unit, including, toy site and pet supply shop

Westeros can’t handle the perfection of this ‘Game of Thrones’ wedding

If you’re going to do a themed wedding – particularly a Game of Thrones wedding – you better get it right. Well, sometimes miracles do happen and we all feel really bad about making fun of themed weddings. Case in point: the Game of Thrones wedding shoot Katie Lee of Katherine Elena Photography recently helped to design for lovebirds Elizabeth and Geoffrey.

Tesla’s Gigafactory looks like a town in the middle of the Nevada desert

‘Guess we shouldn’t be too surprised that the what’s going to be world’s largest factory…continues to get larger. Tesla’s Gigafactory, a gleaming white structure amid the muted browns surrounding Reno, Nevada, seems to be coming along, according to photos snapped by NM Group, a company that describes itself as specializing in ” surveying and mapping, asset modeling and management, and engineering.”

Your browsing history for sale? White House won’t comment on Trump’s intent to sign bill eroding internet privacy rules

WASHINGTON – White House Press Secretary Sean Spicer indicated President Trump plans to sign a bill that would wipe out some of the Federal Communications Commission’s internet privacy protections, but declined to discuss the reasons for supporting the legislation at his daily briefing on Wednesday.

Man kills 3 home burglars; woman who aided robbers arrested

A woman believed to have driven three burglars to an Oklahoma home where they were shot to death during a suspected home invasion has been arrested on murder and robbery warrants but the homeowner’s son who shot them has not been arrested while police investigate whether he acted in self-defense

California to seek death penalty in salon massacre

California’s attorney general said on Wednesday his office would press ahead in seeking the death penalty for a man who pleaded guilty to killing eight people in a 2011 shooting rampage, even though local prosecutors were sanctioned for acting improperly. The state’s top elected law enforcement

Donald Trump to meet with Xi Jinping at Mar-a-Lago

Chinese President Xi Jinping will meet with US President Donald Trump at his Mar-a-Lago resort in Florida on April 6 and 7, according to Chinese state news agency Xinhua.

Ivanka Trump is making her White House job official

President Donald Trump’s eldest daughter will be an unpaid employee working in the West Wing. “I have heard the concerns some have with my advising the President in my personal capacity while voluntarily complying with all ethics rules, and I will instead serve as an unpaid employee in the White House Office, subject to all of the same rules as other federal employees,” Ivanka Trump said in a statement.

India: African students hospitalized in roving mob attacks

Multiple attacks on Kenyan and Nigerian students have been reported this week in Greater Noida, around 18 miles southeast of the capital New Delhi. A Kenyan woman in her twenties was admitted to hospital Wednesday after she was attacked getting out of a cab, according to Dharmendra Singh, senior superintendent of police in Noida.

Ronaldo bust draws mirth after Madeira airport unveiling

Cristiano Ronaldo has the looks, the medals and the money. And now even an airport — in Madeira, where he was born — has been renamed in his honor, with a new bust to boot also unveiled Wednesday of the Real Madrid star.

American Airlines co-pilot dies during landing in New Mexico

American Airlines Flight 1353, a Boeing 737-800 flying from Dallas-Fort Worth to Albuquerque, was 2 miles from landing when the captain declared an emergency, citing “a medical issue” aboard, according to a Federal Aviation Administration spokesman. American identified the first officer aboard flight 1353 as William “Mike” Grubbs.

Samsung Galaxy S8 and S8+ are first new flagship phones since exploding phone debacle

Samsung unveiled the Galaxy S8 and S8+ at an event in New York on Wednesday. The new phones are bigger than the Galaxy S7 and S7 Edge and have curved screens that flow onto the sides. For the first time on a Samsung phone, the physical home button is removed entirely.

George Clooney Reveals The Baby Names Amal Has Vetoed

While the world waits for the Clooney twins to arrive, their father, George, is hamming it up as usual. The 55-year-old actor was in Las Vegas for CinemaCon on Tuesday, promoting the trailer for his latest film, ” Suburbicon,” when he told Entertainment Tonight that wife Amal has already nixed a couple of baby name ideas.

Trevor Noah: ‘Trump May Destroy The World, But God Damn He’s Cute’

Trevor Noah has been one of Donald Trump’s harshest critics, but it seems he can’t help but have a soft spot for the president. On Wednesday’s episode of “The Daily Show,” Noah spoke about Trump’s promise to save the U.S. coal industry as well as his campaign-style rallies in swing states where it is big.

The UN’s Nuclear Weapon Talks May Be The Most Important Thing Nobody’s Paying Attention To

Over protests from the U.S. and other nuclear powers, more than 120 countries began work on a treaty at the United Nations this week with the aim of banishing nuclear weapons from the face and the oceans of the earth. In a sign of mounting nuclear anxiety around the globe, the conference timeline is extremely condensed by U.N.

Thirsty King Cobra Sips From Water Bottle Amid Debilitating Droughts

Here’s something you don’t see every day. Video captured a massive king cobra appearing to drink out of a man’s water bottle amid extreme droughts across southern India. The extremely venomous reptile ― described by Caters News as 12-feet long ― is seen turning to the higher ups, who cautiously pour the water while holding its tail and a hook near its head, presumably in case it turns on them.

7 Signs A Marriage Won’t Last, According To Sex Therapists

Sex isn’t everything in a marriage, but for most people, a healthy, regular sex life matters quite a bit. Sex therapists can vouch for that. Below, they share seven issues that can ruin a relationship if left unaddressed. 1. The couple no longer has sex.

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