1.      Facebook killer Steve Stephens is dead after committing suicide in Erie, Pennsylvania on Tuesday.  He was going through a McDonald’s drive through when an employee recognized him and called police.  Stephens shot himself a short time later after being pursued by the Pennsylvania State Police.  Should the McDonald’s employee get the $50,000 in reward money?


2.    Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg extended his sympathies to the Robert Godwin family who was killed by Facebook shooter Steve Stephens.  Zuckerberg says Facebook has lot of work to do referring to the  timeline of removing highly objectionable videos.  Do you think Zuckerberg should do more than offer his condolences by making a donation to the Godwin family?


3.      Do you think anyone helped Stephens hide for three days and two nights or was he alone?


4.      The daughter of Robert Godwin Sr., Brenda Haymon, is glad that Steve Stephens is dead but wished the police would have put about 100 bullets in him.  She wanted him to die more miserably because of what her father went through.  Did Stephens take the easy way out by killing himself? Do you believe in an eye for an eye?


5.       President Trump signed an executive order while visiting Snap-on Tools in Kenosha, Wisconsin on Tuesday that directs federal agencies to review procurement rules and visa programs to buy American.  Will the order help produce and protect American jobs?  Is Trump living up to his campaign promise of “America First”?


6.      Vice President Mike Pence visited the Korean Demilitarized Zone on Monday and went all the way to the military demarcation line which is the heavily guarded border between North and South Korea.  The U.S. and South Korea are performing joint military exercises and satellite imagery suggests North Korea conducted a failed missile test over the weekend. North Korea’s vice minister said the Trump administration is more vicious and more aggressive than that of Barack Obama and they will continue building up its nuclear arsenal in quality and quantity.  Will it become more than a war of words between the two countries?


7.  The final score of the Cavs-Pacers game Monday night was 117-111 giving the Cavs a two games to none lead in the best of seven series.  The big three of LeBron James, Kryie Irving and Kevin Love scored 89 points.  What do you think of the series after two games heading into tomorrow night’s game?


8.      The Browns hold the #1 overall pick in the NFL draft later this month, and defensive end Miles Garrett has been widely considered the slam dunk #1 pick. However, it seems that the Browns front office is divided on who to select.  ESPN’s Adam Shefter reports that there are factions within the Browns front office that want Garrett and others who want to select North Carolina QB Mitchell Trubisky.  Does it worry you that there seems to be division within the front office so close to the draft?  Who should the Browns draft next week with the number one pick?


9.      It was the most anticipated births in social media history as more than 1.2 million people watched April the giraffe give birth live with millions more watching the video replay over the weekend. Were you one of the millions?


10.  A new survey polled Americans on their attitudes about adultery and cheating says 69% of people say sending sexually explicit text messages to someone else is cheating, 63% say maintaining a dating profile is cheating, 37% say going out to dinner with someone you are attracted to is cheating and 16% say following an ex on social media is cheating. Is sending sexually explicit and flirtatious text messages cheating? What about following an ex on social media?