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Friday, April 6, 2018
Cuba without a Castro: Island prepares for new president
Cuba will soon be without a Castro as leader for first time in nearly 60 years
Cuba will likely name Miguel Díaz-Canel as president when Raúl Castro retires April 19 in a major shift for the communist nation.
Trump is not the first president to deploy the National Guard to the U.S.-Mexico border
Former presidents, including Barack Obama, George W. Bush, George H.W. Bush, Woodrow Wilson and William Howard Taft, issued orders similar to Trump's.
Teen turns down plea deal for 25 years in prison, gets 65 years instead
Lakeith Smith didn't shoot A'donte Washington. A police officer did in self-defense. But Smith will serve time as if he had killed the 16-year-old three years ago.
Fans freak after Lorde posts bathtub photo with Whitney Houston lyrics
Lorde apologized after posting a shot of a waiting bath and quoting Whitney Houston lyrics. The legend drowned in a tub in 2012.
Russia sanctions, Apple's Tim Cook, Masters: 5 things you need to know Friday
Russia sanctions, Apple's Tim Cook, Masters and the biggest news to start your day.
OnPolitics Today: Trump denies knowledge of Stormy Daniels payment — a legal misstep?
Also on Thursday: Can Trump actually put armed troops on the Mexican border? Plus the latest on China
Shock, worry and wonder: Inside the Mexican vacation complex where an Iowa family died
The serene setting belies the tragedy that unfolded here when the family of four lost their lives last month.
Tim Tebow homers in first Class AA at-bat
Playing for the Binghamton Rumble Ponies, the former Heisman Trophy winner goes deep on his first swing of the season for a three-run homer.
Ex-Romney staffer faces domestic abuse charge; reportedly had fiancée sign sex slave contract
Campaign adviser Benjamin Sparks allegedly had his ex-fiancée sign a contract to remain nude, always accept sex and to wear a collar in private.
World shares sink as U.S. and China trade tariff threats
Beijing vowed to fight back against U.S. threats of more tariffs, renewing investor fears of a brewing trade battle.
The Day In Pictures Gallery
Indian members of the Darvida Munetra Kazhagam political party and opposition groups shout slogans during a protest against the union government against the union government over a delay in the implementation of a water management board in Chennai on
CDC scientist found dead in Atlanta after mysterious disappearance likely drowned, police say
Deadly SUV crash mystery: Where are missing kids?
Third dog dies during grooming appointment at a New Jersey PetSmart
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