8 Things You Need to Know This Am — Mar 30 2015

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It looks like Angelina Jolie will now be going by her married name, Angelina Jolie Pitt, after two high-profile uses — one in her New York Times op-ed and the second at the Kids' Choice Awards. (People)

The first tax on junk food is here thanks to the Navajo Nation. Now, if only the rest of the nation would follow suit. (Mother Jones)

Uber users should change passwords ASAP. Hackers on the dark net are offering up stolen (active!) username and passwords for $1. (Mashable)

The news surrounding a recent three-building fire in New York City's East Village just keeps getting worse: Sunday morning two bodies were found in the wreckage. (CBS News)
Lululemon, purveyor of your favorite yoga pants, now sells new "anti-ball crushing" pants for guys. Don't get any ideas, dude, you still have to close your legs on the subway. (Cosmopolitan)

The lazy girl's cooking hack: Barilla's new pasta, Pronto, that doesn't require boiling water first. (Grub Street)

A New York Times op-ed writer penned an ode to cats, citing Taylor Swift's feline love for bringing them out of the "crazy cat lady" realm and into the cool one. (NY Times)

Supermodel Gigi Hadid's boyfriend, Cody Simpson, sticks up for the blonde bombshell after she denies rumors of cocaine use in a recent Snapchat video. (Entertainment Tonight)

Eat your boyfriend's face! Well, order a $4,800 chocolate egg that's been molded to look like it at least. (FWx)
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