Livescore Thursday, April 25

Good morning, all. Need a quick lunch recipe? These chicken tender wraps will do the trick. Now, on to the news.


Florida’s abortion ruling, explained

The Florida Supreme Court ruled that the state’s constitutional right to privacy doesn’t include abortion, clearing the way for a six-week abortion ban to go into effect in 30 days.

The catch: The justices also ruled that a measure to enshrine abortion rights in the state Constitution and overturn those restrictions could appear on the ballot in November. [Yahoo News]

A battleground: The Biden campaign believes the ruling could present an “opening” in Florida, where many say most abortions should be legal, but acknowledged it’s “not an easy state to win.” [New York Times]


🏀 Iowa, UConn make Final Four

Iowa’s Caitlin Clark set more records to help the team beat LSU 94-87 in the NCAA women’s tournament and make the Final Four, where they’ll face UConn. [Yahoo Sports / CNN]

💰 California minimum wage

California’s new mandatory minimum wage law, which says fast food workers must be paid at least $20 per hour, took effect. Some chains said they plan to raise prices as a result. [Los Angeles Times]

💻 Google’s ‘incognito’ lawsuit

As part of a class action settlement, Google said it would delete the records of millions of users’ browsing activity after the lawsuit alleged it tracked them without their knowledge. [Bloomberg]

⚖️ Trump’s $175M bond

Donald Trump posted a $175 million bond in his New York civil fraud case, preventing the state from seizing his assets to collect the full $454 million he owes while he appeals. [Reuters]

🎵 Beyoncé’s Innovator Award

Beyoncé received the Innovator Award from Stevie Wonder at the iHeartRadio Music Awards. She called attention to those who “dedicated their lives and their art to creating shifts.” [Billboard]


🗳️ There are presidential primaries in Connecticut, New York, Rhode Island and Wisconsin. Here’s what to know before you vote. [AP]

📚 Amor Towles published his new novel, Table for Two, his first book since A Gentleman in Moscow. [USA Today]

⚾ In the MLB: The Angels and Marlins play at 6:40 p.m. ET on Bally Sports. The Marlins hope to turn their luck around. [Miami Herald]

🏀 The 76ers and the Thunder take the court at 7:30 p.m. ET on TNT. Sixers star Joel Embiid is still out with an injury. [NBC Sports]

📺 Season 2 of George Lopez’s sitcom, Lopez vs. Lopez, premieres at 8 p.m. ET on NBC. [Today]

☀️ And don’t forget to: Read your daily horoscope. Play the Crossword. Check the forecast in your area.


In 1917, Jeannette Rankin assumed office as the first woman ever elected to U.S. Congress. She took the oath three years before the 19th Amendment, which gave women the right to vote nationwide, was ratified. [USA Today]


…about your 2024 taxes

The federal tax deadline is coming up on April 15. I talked to personal finance writer Ronda Lee about what to expect if you haven’t filed yet — or if you’re waiting for your refund.

Lily: If people haven’t started their taxes yet, what’s a good first step to take today?

Ronda: I’d recommend you talk to a tax professional and consider requesting an extension to file. Heads up: You’ll need to submit that by April 15.

Lily: Are tax refunds smaller or larger this year?

Ronda: From what I’ve seen, tax refunds are a bit larger this year. The average refund is just over $3,000 based on the latest IRS stats.

Lily: How long will it take for people to get their tax refunds?

Ronda: The IRS tells taxpayers it will typically take 21 days after filing, but it takes longer when it’s closer to tax day.

Beware of tax scams: Here’s how to avoid the most common ones.


Therese Ojibway thought it would be fun to leave some surprises for her autistic son, Clinton Craig, when they’d go hiking at South Mountain Reservation in New Jersey, so she built a fairy trail. It has since become a destination for kids far and wide. [Washington Post]

Have a wonderful day. See you tomorrow!

💡 P.S. Before you go, your daily advice: What’s one thing people in the world’s happiest countries do differently? They limit their screen time. [Yahoo Life]

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