Mississippi News Anchor Off The Air After Dropping Snoop Dogg Quote

WLBT’s Barbie Bassett made the remark during a discussion about the rapper’s wine business earlier this month.

Yankees Prank Rookie Phenom ― Then Give Him The Best Possible News

“My heart was beating pretty hard,” Anthony Volpe told reporters later.

Amazon will give you a $50 gift card when you buy a year of Microsoft 365 Family

If you’ve been waiting to purchase Microsoft 365 Family, now might be the right time. Amazon is offering a 12-month subscription for $100, down from $150 — plus a $50 Amazon gift card. Basically, you save $50 and get another $50 in spending money, not so bad. 

Your purchase includes all the usual Microsoft programs — Excel, Powerpoint, Outlook etc. — and 1 TB of OneDrive cloud storage for easy sharing of photos and files across your devices.

Microsoft 365 is available to download immediately for up to six family members on PCs or Macs. The Amazon gift card, on the other hand, will arrive in the mail. It has no expiration date so as long as you don’t lose the little card somewhere, you can hold onto it for a while (or spend it right away, no judgement here). 

If you choose to buy the family package, do yourself a favor and set a calendar reminder for just under a year from now. The subscription will auto-renew annually and there’s nothing worse than finding out through a credit card statement. If you love it, great. If not, you’ll have the option to cancel. 

This deal isn’t completely new as Amazon offered the same one-day discount at the end of January. If you regretted skipping it then, here’s your chance. But, you have to think fast, this deal is literally here today, gone tomorrow. 

This article originally appeared on Engadget at https://www.engadget.com/amazon-will-give-you-a-50-gift-card-when-you-buy-a-year-of-microsoft-365-family-091100773.html?src=rss

Delta Passenger Arrested After Opening Plane Door And Triggering Exit Slide

The plane was reportedly holding to taxi for takeoff at the time.

Mehdi Hasan Reveals What ‘Loser’ Ron DeSantis’ Buddies Really Think Of Him

The MSNBC host spotted a bad sign for the Florida governor’s 2024 hopes.

It's your last chance to buy from Nintendo’s Wii U and 3DS eShops

It’s the end of an era as Nintendo is shutting down its Wii U and 3DS eShops today (March 27th) at 5PM PST (8PM EST). After that, you’ll no longer be able to purchase new games for those consoles, though you’ll still be able to redownload titles you’ve already purchased for the time being. 

The company first warned of the eShop closures back in February 2022, and barred users from adding funds to their accounts on August 29th. Nintendo wrote at the time that that the move was “part of the natural lifecycle for any product line as it becomes less used by consumers over time.”

That may be true, but a trove of over 1,000 digital games will be lost in the shutdown, including Dr. Luigi, Mini Mario & Friends: Amiibo Challenge, and Pokémon Picross, to name but a few. In total, 450 digital-only Wii U games, 600 digital-only 3DS games and 530 virtual console games will disappear, VGC reported. Of the latter, 335 aren’t currently available on Nintendo Switch Online. 

That means the only option for folks who want to play these classic games will be physical copies, which have soared in value. Many other download-exclusive games, meanwhile, will disappear for good. 

This article originally appeared on Engadget at https://www.engadget.com/its-your-last-chance-to-buy-from-nintendos-wii-u-and-3ds-eshops-072838697.html?src=rss

Trump Does A Complete 180 Over His Potential New York Indictment

The former president made a claim about the status of the New York probe into a 2016 hush money payment on Saturday.

Lawmaker: Trump’s Rhetoric Now Even More ‘Blatant’ Than It Was Prior To Jan. 6

“This is cause for concern,” said Rep. Zoe Lofgren, a Democrat who served on the Jan. 6 committee.

Lawmaker: Trump’s Rhetoric Now Even More ‘Blatant’ Than It Was Prior To Jan. 6

“This is cause for concern,” said Rep. Zoe Lofgren, a Democrat who served on the Jan. 6 committee.

Charles Barkley’s Decade-Long Feud With Michael Jordan May Have Just Escalated

Being great “doesn’t give you a right to be a jerk,” Barkley told “60 Minutes.”