5 Things to Talk About Today

  • Saturday Night Live documentary set for June theatrical release. Entitled Live From New York, the film will document the variety program's 40-year history. — Variety
  • California Governor Jerry Brown implements first mandatory water restrictions for the drought-plagued state. Cities and towns will be required to cut water consumption by 25 percent. — The LA TImes
  • Microsoft shows off its new web browser, which will replace Internet Explorer. The yet-to-be-named browser is currently called Spartan and will be a part of Windows 10. — CNN
  • McDonald's to test serving breakfast all-day. In an effort to boost lagging sales, the fast-food giant is considering offering their breakfast items at all hours. — Money
  • Global and national landmarks and monuments will be lit blue today for autism awareness. April is Autism Awareness Month and today, April 2, is World Autism Awareness Day. — Time