People also are talking about the World Cup draw, the GOP tax plan snag and Trump's reaction to an undocumented worker's not-guilty verdict.
Only supermoon of this year is this weekend
Sunday night will bring the only full supermoon of 2017, according to space.com.
That’s when the full moon roughly coincides with the point in its elliptical orbit that brings it closest to Earth. A supermoon can appear 14 percent larger and 30 percent brighter than a regular full moon.
The effect is most noticeable when the moon rises over an object on the horizon.
The supermoon will be at its greatest degree in the wee hours, about 2:45 a.m. central time on Monday. But it can be viewed Sunday night or Monday morning if the skies are clear.
Trump: Undocumented immigrant not guilty verdict 'travesty of justice'
President Donald Trump is renewing his harsh criticism of a jury's verdict that a Mexican man was not guilty of murder in the killing of a woman on a San Francisco pier.
In a pre-dawn tweet Friday, Trump took out after defendant Jose Ines Garcia Zarate, saying that he "came back and back over the weakly protected Obama border, always committing crimes and being violent."
Trump's Twitter post said that "yet this info was not used in court. His exoneration is a complete travesty of justice. BUILD THE WALL!"
Garcia Zarate had said that the slaying of Kate Steinle was an accident. Under a sanctuary city law, the San Francisco sheriff's department had released Garcia Zarate from jail despite a federal immigration request to detain him for deportation.
GOP tax bill hits snag
he Senate Republicans' tax bill hangs in the balance, after Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell announced Thursday that votes would continue into Friday and GOP leaders grapple with how they can satisfy the conference's deficit hawks.
Jimmy Kimmel accepts 'tough guy' Moore's challenge to a fight
Jimmy Kimmel commented Thursday night about his Twitter war with Republican Senate candidate Roy Moore and accepted the former judge’s invitation to visit Alabama so they could meet “man to man.”
“Maybe that means you’re challenging me to fight ... which if you are, I accept,” Kimmel said.
“I’ll wear a Girl Scout uniform so you have something to get excited about,” Kimmel added, referencing accusations that Moore sexually assaulted and preyed upon teenage girls when he was in his 30s.
Earlier on Thursday, Moore tried to taunt Kimmel after a writer from the host’s late-night show heckled the former judge at a campaign event Wednesday night.
World Cup finalists gather at Kremlin for tournament draw
Officials from the 32 World Cup teams have gathered in Moscow to find out who will play who at next year’s tournament in Russia.
Russian President Vladimir Putin is due to appear at the draw ceremony, which will take place Friday at the State Kremlin Palace.
The draw will be presided over by former England striker Gary Lineker, who has previously called for FIFA to be disbanded over bribery scandals and questioned Russia’s legitimacy to host the World Cup.
The 32 finalists will be split into eight groups of four teams. Only Europe can have two teams in the same group.
Russia will play the opening game on June 14. The final will be held on July 15.
Fox Sports will televise the draw live starting at 10 a.m. ET.
It's Meghan mania as she makes walkabout with some guy named Harry
Little more than two weeks after arriving in the UK, Meghan Markle has dived straight into her strange new world as Prince Harry’s fiancee with an introduction to that royal staple – the walkabout.
Nottingham was chosen for her inauguration into “the firm”, and her first step in a career that will include an abundance of royal waves, handshakes, tree plantings and ribbon cuttings. Crowds curious for a first glimpse of the American actor and fledgling royal, who will marry Harry in May next year, lined the streets.