Here’s what we’re reading today.
1. Your kids are tired of your oversharing
Kids have maybe always been embarrassed by their parents talking about them, but in 2016 a new phenomenon has arisen. Your bragging, complaining and praising, when shared online, will stick with them for the rest of their lives. Your kids know this and, according to the New York Times, are kind of sick of it.
2. Four more U.S. states vote today
More presidential campaign news, as four more states get set to vote today. Michigan is the biggest prize for both parties. Donald Trump looks to solidify his leads in the Republican race, as the establishment attempts to slow his climb to the nomination, seemingly by backing extremist Ted Cruz.
+1: Netanyahu calls off Obama’s last visit to Israel.
3. Canada to accept a record 305,000 immigrants this year
By increasing the number of spaces available for family reunification and refugee resettlement, the federal government is looking to bring more permanent residents than ever before this year. The move, Immigration Minister John McCallum says, is rooted in Canadian tradition of openness and acceptance.
4. Will we ever find missing plane MH370
Two years later, investigators remain perplexed about what happened on the Boeing 777, which Malaysian Prime Minister Najib Razak has said likely “ended” in the Indian Ocean. What he can’t say is how — or why — it got there.
+1: From Wired: Two pilots say they can find the the plane. They just need $5 million first.
5. The rise of the creepynet
With the rise of the internet has come a surge in people looking to be freaked out. Why?