In more exciting media news, the magical world of Harry Potter is far from finished. The Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them, the spinoff based on the Hogwarts textbook, is actually in production and set to be released November 18, 2016. (The Independent)
Flappy Bird's hiatus is coming to an end. Its creator has promised to bring back the game — but with fewer addictive qualities this time. (TechCrunch)
On the medical front: The Mayo Clinic has announced extensive trials for a radical cancer treatment that involves injecting patients with massive amounts of the measles vaccine to essentially stun the illness into submission. (Star Tribune)
President Obama will be in New York City today to honor the opening of the National September 11 Memorial Museum. The institution will officially welcome the public next Wednesday, May 21. (The New York Times)
Four months after Colorado legalized marijuana, the state is experiencing none of the projected negative effects. In fact, crime has actually decreased, and more revenue is coming into the state than investors and business owners know how to handle. (Politico)
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