1. New information has come out regarding Wednesday's deadly terrorist attack in London. Authorities have identified the attacker as British-born Khalid Masood. The 52-year-old went by a number of aliases and was previously investigated for "violent extremism."
Aside from Masood, two more "significant" arrests were made overnight, for a total of nine in custody. The death told has also risen since yesterday. An elderly man died of his injuries, making it four who have died from the attacks. Two more remain in the hospital in critical condition. (AOL, NPR)
2. Amy Schumer has dropped out of the Barbie movie, reportedly due to a scheduling conflict. (Variety)
3. John Mayer admitted that his new song, "Still Feel Like Your Man", was inspired by ex-girlfriend Katy Perry. "Who else would I be thinking about?" he said. (USA Today)
4. Carrie Fisher's death has left many Star Wars fans wondering how the next film, The Last Jedi, will be affected. The film's directors, however, promise that Fisher's role will remain the same throughout. (E! News)
5. Cuba is finally offering its citizens Internet at home after a two-month trial program was completed. (Vibe)
6. Nicole "Snooki" Polizzi is the inspiration behind a new law in New Jersey. The reality star once made $32,000 after a speaking gig at Rutgers University, which prompted assemblyman John DiMaio to put a $10,000 pay limit on speakers at public universities. (E! News)
7. Punk rock band Gorillaz is releasing a new album for the first time in six years. Listen to their first track off Humanz below: