The Big 5 Today: Who is Khloe’s baby daddy and more

Who is Khloe's baby daddy?

On the gossip front, we starting with THIS!

On Wednesday, a tabloid reported that Khloe Kardashian was pregnant and that her baby Daddy could be Odell Beckham Jr. whom she hung out with for about 5 seconds, her ex boyfriends, French Montana, James Harden, her soon to be ex husband, Lamar Odom and her sister's-Kourtney-baby daddy Scott Disick. Scott put the publication on his IG page and joked that he had his fingers crossed. He captioned it: 'Got my fingers crossed!'

Ronaldo, Quaresma shine as Portugal thump Estonia 7-0

The Portugal players celebrate after Cristiano Ronaldo headed home from six yards to put them in front

Cristiano Ronaldo scored twice as Portugal finished off their preparations for Euro 2016 with a thumping home win over Estonia.

The Real Madrid forward opened the scoring in the 36th minute when he powered a header from Ricardo Quaresma's cross.

The Besiktas winger doubled the lead for the hosts with a wonderful shot into the far right corner three minutes later before Ronaldo doubled his tally just before the break.

The Portuguese captain was replaced at half-time but it did not stop his team from adding to their lead. He showed no signs of the muscle problems that appeared at the end of last season with Real Madrid.

Ronaldo was back in the Portugal squad after a two-game absence and extended his Portuguese record tally to 58 goals. He has 126 caps - one shy of Luis Figo's record.

In the second half, Danilo Pereira headed home Quaresma's whipped right-wing corner after 55 minutes to put them 4-0 up before Karol Mets put into this own net after a mix-up with the goalkeeper Pavel Londak.

Quaresma added his second of the night to make it 6-0 followed by a cool strike from Eder which rounded off the game 10 minutes from time.

Portugal will face Iceland in their first match of Group F in France, with Austria and Hungary the other two teams in their group.

I won't be Indicted over email Scandal- Clinton says

Hillary Clinton insisted on Wednesday that there is zero chance a criminal indictment will impede her march to the White House, saying that 'absolutely that is not going to happen.'

'There is no basis for it and I'm looking forward to this being wrapped up as soon as possible,' she said of the FBI investigation that continues to swirl around the thousands of classified documents that resided on her unsecured homebrew email server while she was secretary of state.

Clinton appeared in a Fox News Channel interview for the first time in two years as part of a whirlwind media tour celebrating her completion of the presidential primary season with the Democratic Party's nomination seemingly in hand.

But she provided scant justification for doubling down on earlier pronouncements that she has nothing to worry about.

Ed Sheeran faces $20M over copyright infringement

Ed Sheeran is being sued for $20million (£13.7M) over copyright - and the attorney in the case just won the Marvin Gaye lawsuit over infringement on Blurred Lines.

The British musician, 25, has been accused of making a 'note-for-note copy' of a Martin Harrington and Thomas Leonard song called Amazing, released by X Factor winner Matt Cardle six years ago.

Ed's song Photograph came out in 2014 as part of the No. 2 album Multiply and has most recently been used in the soundtrack for big screen romance Me Before You.

In court documents obtained by MailOnline on Wednesday, Harrington and Leonard, along with HaloSongs, can be seen to bring an action against Ed and co-writer Johnny McDaid, from Snow Patrol.

They are specifically accused of, 'participating in a scheme aiding, inducing, and contributing to copyright infringement in the U.S.'

According to the plaintiffs, Photograph - among others on the album - 'copied, and exploited, without authorization or credit, the work of other active, professional songwriters, on a breathtaking scale, unabashedly taking credit for the work of these songwriters by claiming it to be their own.'

Harrington and Leonard therefore believe that their song has been copied by Sheeran.

It was originally released by Matt, who won British TV talent competition The X Factor in 2010, though Amazing charted at No84 in UK.

Three students Shot Dead in Nigerian University

University of Agriculture Makurdi, Benue State has been shut down following the brutal killiing of three students and a security man by unknown gunmen. According to benue.com, the three students and security man were shot dead by unknown gunmen last night at Shammah hostel. Security agencies have taken over the case and have apprehended some people with bullets and arms in their possession. The school management has also ordered all students to vacate the premises till order is restored.

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