MINNEAPOLIS (WCCO) – From the Minnesota Lynx losing Game 5 of the WNBA finals to Lady Gaga’s new album, here is a look at the top four stories from Oct. 21, 2016.
The Minnesota Lynx had a heartbreaking loss Thursday night.
At the Target Center, the ladies battle back late in the fourth quarter to tie the game with under two minutes left.
After trading baskets, Maya Moore put the Lynx up by one with 15 second to go. But the Sparks were able to make the big shot too, giving them a 77 to 76 win. It was the team’s first championship in 14 years.
Hillary Clinton’s campaign chair’s email was infiltrated by Russian hackers.
Cybersecurity experts confirmed the news saying the same hackers targeted other democratic groups as well.
The firm SecureWorks said John Podesta unwittingly entered his credentials on a fake Google login page.
WikiLeaks has already released 23,000 Podesta emails and said it still has 27,000 more.
Go ahead and let your kids have a little screen time.
The American Academy of Pediatrics said it’s OK for babies to Skype or Facetime, and for older children and teens to do some of their socializing, learning and playing online.
The new guidelines replace longstanding recommendations that children under age 2 avoid all screens, and teens only use them for an hour or two a day.
New Album From Gaga
Lady Gaga drops a new album Friday.
It’s called “Joanne” and marks the singers fifth studio album.
Gaga’s last release came in 2013 in what’s turned out to be her worst selling album to date.
The 30-year-old named this new album for her late aunt.
If it hits number 1 on the Billboard 200, it will make for Gaga’s fourth consecutive chart topper.