What You Missed: Week of April 1st


A search has begun for kidnapped American tourist in Uganda

An unnamed 35 year old American woman and her local driver were kidnapped during a safari in the Queen Elizabeth National Park. The kidnappers have demanded $500,000 for their release. The Ugandan authorities believe they are still in Uganda. The search area covers an area larger than Rhode Island.


President Trump claims that wind turbines cause cancer

President Trump gave a speech at the National Republican Congressional Committee’s annual spring dinner on Tuesday. In his speech, he claimed that the noise from windmills cause cancer and predicting when the wind stops blowing, it would leave massive power outages. The American Cancer Society has disputed the president’s claim.


A Chinese Woman was Caught at President Trump’s Mar-a-Lago Club with Malware

A Chinese women was arrested at Mar-a-Lago with devices containing malware. Yujing Zhang, the women arrested had four cell phones, a hard drive, a laptop, and a thumb drive that contained malware. She entered Mar-a-Lago using a name of a guest member, but she attracted suspicions when she didn’t have idea around the club.