Trump's camp says it's just a publicity stunt by the state.
Those are your five biggies for the day. Here are a few other stories that are brewing and have the Internet buzzing.
-- Grab some tissues:
This story is simply amazing. A 96-year-old man sees an ad in a newspaper about a singer-songwriter contest. He is inspired to write a tribute to his wife, Lorraine, whom he was with for 75 years. She had died only a month before Fred sat down and penned a song. Green Shoe Studio's people are so moved by his story, they go see Fred, interview him and decide to professionally record the song for free. This is the story of "Oh Sweet Lorraine."
-- You're going to need a bigger can of Raid:
A million cockroaches have escaped from a Chinese farm and ... wait. What? Is this the beginning of a horror film? Why on earth would someone intentionally be raising cockroaches? For medicinal purposes, of course, reports Gizmodo.
In case you were wondering, the critters were being fed fruit and biscuits every day until some rascal messed with their greenhouse home and let them out.
This led us to Google: How far can cockroaches travel in one day?
-- She's not one to be picked on:
She was told by someone on a dating site that her picture was being used for an embarrassing and mean-spirited meme that thousands of people were sharing. She couldn't believe it.
When Kelly Martin Broderick found it was true, she couldn't believe there wasn't anything Facebook would do about getting the picture. And by then, the meme had spread to other social media.
So this feminist set out on a mission. She actually shared the meme -- which was a picture of her holding a sign with the phrase "This is what a feminist looks like," with the phrase "That's pretty much what I expected" added by the reposter -- with a personal note on Internet meanness.
And she's started her own Tumblr to show the diverseness of feminism.
There you go. All you need to know to get an early start to your morning.