8 Things You Need to Know This A.M. — Apr 26 2015

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Angelina Jolie Pitt had some choice words for the United Nations Security Council regarding the humanitarian crisis in Syria. (ABC News)


Your grandma and grandpa taking selfies and using Snapchat for the first time is simply precious. (LuckyShops)

Make your bedroom look just like Eva Longoria's with her newly launched home decor collection — think bedding and decorative pillows — at JCPenney. (People)


Three people in three different locales tested out Chipotle's new delivery service. Let's just say they still have a few kinks to work out before we're ordering. (Eater)


NBC is investigating Brian Williams for at least six more instances of "fabrication, embellishment and misinterpretation." Yikes. (Gothamist)
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Gay rights vs. abortion: One writer thinks the two issues are vastly different, and that more people are down for same-sex marriage since it affects both men and women. (The Nation)


"Waka Flocka Flame is hiring a professional blunt roller, and he is not f—-ing around." While we are not qualified for this job in the least, we still think it'd be pretty high-larious. (NPR)


The #EmpowerALLBodies campaign is a refreshing take on the #ImNoAngel trend. (Redbook)

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