Health Secretary Alex Azar [[ AY-zar ]] is cheering President Trump's containment efforts in the coronavirus outbreak. At a White House event Thursday, Azar called Trump's efforts "historically aggressive," and said the President took quick action to restrict travel to the U.S. and that his actions have kept Americans safe.    President Trump will be holding a rally in South Carolina today, on the eve of that state's Democratic primary. He'll be in North Charleston with the rally starting at 7 p.m. Trump has made a point of holding rallies ahead of Democrat primaries in an effort to take some attention away from his rivals.    Authorities in Wisconsin say the man who killed five people and then himself at a Milwaukee brewery this week was in a long-running dispute with a co-worker. Sources told the Milwaukee Journal-Sentinel that the shooter, 51-year-old Anthony Ferrill, had been an electrician for the Molson Coors Brewery for 17 years. He reportedly believed he was discriminated against for being African American.    Passengers aboard Disney World's Jungle Cruise had to be evacuated yesterday after the boat took on water. Images on Twitter showed passengers standing in ankle-deep water and clinging to the boat as it began to sink. They all made it off okay, and then the boat was towed away. The Magic Kingdom ride was reopened about two hours later.    Canadian taxpayers will not be picking up the tab for Prince Harry and Meghan Markle's security costs. A spokesperson for Canada's Public Safety Minister confirmed that yesterday, and said Canadians have been paying for some of their security expenses since November. Harry and Meghan will no longer be members of the British Royal Family come March 31st.    Lady Gaga is back. The pop star released her first solo single in three years today. The upbeat and disco-influenced song "Stupid Love" was released with an accompanied music video shot on an iPhone 11 Pro. The video takes place in outer space, where Gaga plays an extraterrestrial looking for love.