Top 5 Stories You Missed Over the Weekend

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March for Our Lives Rally in Washington D.C: The March For Our Lives, a student-led demonstration to protest stricter gun regulation laws to prevent school shootings, happened over the weekend. Over 800,000 people gathered in D.C to protest including celebs, Kanye West, Jennifer Hudson, Common, Demi Lavato, and Vic Mensa.

Gunmaker Remington Arms Files for Bankruptcy: America’s oldest gun maker Remington Arms Company has filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy. The bankruptcy comes amid sinking sales after the nationwide demand for tighter gun regulation laws.

Black Panther Becomes the Highest Grossing Superhero Film in the  U.S: Black Panther surpasses Avengers in the box office and becomes the highest grossing superhero film in the U.S. The record-breaking film grossed over $630 million in the national box office.

Alicia Keys is Set to Produce a Biopic for Alvin Ailey: Alicia Keys will be producing her film, an Alvin Ailey biopic. The film “Empire State of Mind” will tell the life story of Ailey the choreographer, activist and dance theatre founder.

Wendy’s Fast Food Dropped a Diss Album: Wendy’s fast food released an album playfully dissing other fast food restaurants. In the five-song album entitled “We Beefin,” the restaurant rapped about how customers prefer them over their competitors.

 

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