The Hottest Stories on the Internet Today (Thursday March 30)

March 30, 2017

Here are some of the biggest stories today.

PHOTOS – People Cannot Stop Drooling Over The Beautiful Nairobi SGR Station

Just two months before the launch of phase one of the Standard Gauge Railway. Most of the stations are in their final touches. The Nairobi South station, now named ‘Nairobi Terminus’, is easily the best looking.

‘Hiyo ni Takataka!’ Watch Raila Odinga’s Reaction to a Fake KWS Letter Summoning Joho to Explain the Name Simba

In a classic example of a lie traveling halfway around the world before the truth gets its pants on, opposition leader Raila Odinga is the latest victim of fake news when he responded to a fake letter addressed to Governor Joho.

Hilarious: Joho’s Classmates Propesa Jump to Governor’s Defence Over Academic Credentials (VIDEO)

Mombasa County Governor Ali Hassan Joho is still the talk of the town with regards to his contentious academic credentials.

Moses Kuria Makes Public his Academic Record, Says Joho Only Got Spelling of ‘Mihadarati’ in Kiswahili Paper

The cat’s finally out of the bag! Sultan of Mombasa, Governor Ali Hassan Joho scored a D- in his KCSE exams and he is not ashamed of it. The embattled governor put the matter to rest yesterday when he admitted attaining the dismal grade at Serani Secondary School in the year 1993.

Brexit: 50 things to do after Article 50

So where will the government begin? Here’s a list of just 50 things the UK will need to work out as it sets sail on its own. The big questions 1. A new immigration system Immigration was a key issue in the Brexit debate.

UK to trigger Article 50, starting Brexit process

The UK voted to withdraw from the EU in a hotly contested and controversial referendum last June, but formal “divorce” proceedings cannot begin until the Prime Minister officially informs Europe that the government is triggering Article 50. That is expected to happen at 1.30 p.m.

UK to trigger Article 50, starting Brexit process

The UK voted to withdraw from the EU in a hotly contested and controversial referendum last June, but formal “divorce” proceedings cannot begin until the Prime Minister officially informs Europe that the government is triggering Article 50. That is expected to happen at 1.30 p.m.

Can China pick up US slack on climate change?

Saying that it would “start a new era of production and job creation,” Trump signed a sweeping executive order Tuesday scrapping much of Barack Obama’s climate legacy. Some analysts have expressed concern this could enable Beijing — the world’s leading emitter of greenhouse gases — to water down its own commitments, but others say it is more likely China will step into a leading role in the vacuum left by Washington.

Hillary Clinton makes most political remarks since losing election

“There is no place I’d rather be than here with you,” Clinton said, before adding: “Other than the White House.” During her keynote address at the annual conference hosted by the Professional BusinessWomen of California, Clinton spoke largely about women’s equality and peppered in criticism of President Donald Trump and the Republican Party.

India wants to seal its borders with Pakistan and Bangladesh

The South Asian country wants to seclure two borders that, in total, are more than double the length of the US-Mexico boundary. Indian Home Minister Rajnath Singh reaffirmed the country’s intent Saturday to completely shut its borders with Pakistan and Bangladesh.

Bodies of 2 UN experts found in DRC

UN Secretary-General Antonio Guterres said UN peacekeepers discovered the bodies of US citizen Michael Sharp and Swedish national Zaida Catalan on Monday outside the city of Kananga. The body of their Congolese interpreter, Betu Tshintela, was also discovered with them. A DRC government official told CNN that Catalan’s body was found decapitated, but Sharp and Tshintela were not beheaded.

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.

New online NASA library offers all your free space porn in one place

Have you ever needed a perfect photo of a nebula on which to Photoshop your cat? How about the ideal video of a rocket launch that can be sent as a GIF millions of times over? Well, now NASA has you covered. The space agency just set up a searchable image and video library for every space-based need.

Elon Musk, please jam a computer into my brain

Elon Musk, the CEO of SpaceX and Tesla, has reportedly launched yet another futuristic company. Neuralink Corp., his latest project, will work to merge the human brain with computers. I would like to use this post as a means of applying to become the first human subject in this experiment.

You seriously cannot trust the internet to name anything

An ownership group in San Diego that’s trying to make their city the next home of Major League Soccer put potential team names online for a fan vote. Classic mistake! You can never trust those jokers on the internet. Remember “Boaty McBoatface”?

David Beckham managed to piss just about everyone off with his new Facebook post

Looks like there’s just no winning this time for David Beckham. The English football star probably lost a bunch of Chinese fans after a post in which he referred to Hong Kong as China. Beckham posted a video of Hong Kong on Instagram and Facebook, saying he had a “great 48 hours in China” – something netizens quickly picked up on.

Google has more problems as YouTube ad boycott reaches another country

It takes only minutes on YouTube to find ads from major brands next to hateful videos promoting extremism and racism. Though the issue has been longstanding, a global brand boycott of the platform has been gathering steam. It’s now reached Australia, with Telstra and Foxtel swearing off YouTube. At least, for now.

‘The Daily Show’ says it’s making a library of Trump tweets and we don’t know what’s real anymore

Look, I don’t know what the hell is going on here and if The Daily Show’s claim that it’s going to build a physical library of Donald Trump tweets is real or a joke but the idea is so weird I haven’t wanted to believe something is real so bad since North Korea said it had unicorns.

Apple finally approved an app that tracks drone strikes, then abruptly deleted it

Five years ago, Josh Begley, a data artist and editor at The Intercept, created a straightforward news app for iOS. It sent a push notification to your device each time a U.S. drone strike was reported by a news outlet. There’s a map that shows you where the drone strikes occurred and a log that keeps track of each one.

Elon Musk’s SpaceX is betting big on its rocket launch this week

Elon Musk’s SpaceX is about to face one of its biggest tests yet. On Thursday, for the first time, the private spaceflight company will attempt to reuse a previously flown rocket booster to deliver a satellite to orbit.

Trump White House reveals it’s ‘not familiar’ with well-studied costs of global warming

Before President Donald Trump signed a sweeping executive order to roll back the Obama administration’s climate legacy on Tuesday, the White House held a press call featuring a senior administration official. The purpose was to brief reporters on what the order would say and the thinking behind it.

Your next Netflix obsession ’13 Reasons Why’ is full of love, revenge and death

Maybe it’s life after 2016, or maybe it was life all along, but death seems to be everywhere. It broke us on TV last year and was the subject of everything from dark comedies to Oscar winners to cinematic train wrecks. The latest examination of the uniquely fraught pain of loss is Netflix’s 13 Reasons Why.

Jeb Bush Warns Trump: ‘Stop Saying Things That Aren’t True’

Former Florida Gov. Jeb Bush, who unsuccessfully ran for the Republican presidential nomination against Donald Trump, praised his one-time rival on Tuesday. But he also had some stern words for the president. Speaking on ” Facing South Florida” on CBS Miami, Bush said Trump had made “some really good appointments” and acted “decisively” on regulations.

No, Melania Trump Does Not Want To Wire You $20 Million

No matter what this ridiculous email says, Melania Trump is not sitting on $20 million for you ― or anybody else ― in the White House.

The ‘Jumanji’ Sequel Will Not Include A Magical Board Game

Most news about the “Jumanji” sequel has so far centered around Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson’s silly Instagram posts. But now we have confirmation of a longtime rumor that Sony’s continuation of the 1995 classic about a magical board game won’t feature a very key element of the original ― the board game.

Obama Is Holed Up Writing His Book On This South Pacific Island

After a brief layover in Hawaii, former President Barack Obama is hanging out on a South Pacific island for a month to write his White House memoir, according to the Washington Post. The island, called Tetiaroa, is an atoll located in a group of French Polynesian islands.

White House Staff Drops Out Of Correspondents’ Dinner In ‘Solidarity’ With Trump

There will be no White House staffers attending next month’s White House Correspondents’ Dinner, according to a statement from Jeff Mason, president of the White House Correspondents’ Association. White House officials told the WHCA on Tuesday evening that they will skip the annual dinner as an act of “solidarity” with President Donald Trump, who had announced in February that he would not attend the dinner.

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