5 Things to Talk About Today

  • The FDA has sent a letter to Kind Bars saying the "healthy" label on their packaging is misleading. The warning is a reaction to the foods's saturated fat content which the snack company claims is due to peanuts and other nuts. — ELLE
  • The executive branch of the European Union filed antitrust charges against Google. The charges claim Google abuses its dominance in internet searches. — Time
  • Former Patriots football player Aaron Hernandez convicted of first-degree murder. The former athlete has been sentenced to life in prison without parole. — CNN
  • Apple hints at major announcement coming at June conference. The meeting's official logo was released yesterday which has people talking about the event's product-related discussions. — Business Insider
  • Obama requests Cuba be removed from the list of terror-supporting countries. Cuba has been on the list as a state sponsor of terrorism since 1982. — Miami Herald