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1. WHO’S CHANGING HIS TUNE ON WIKILEAKS

President Donald Trump declares “I know absolutely nothing about WikiLeaks” after its creator Julian Assange was transported out of the Ecuadorian Embassy in London to deal with charges, a plain contrast to how prospect Trump showered praise on the hacking company during his 2016 presidential campaign.

2. WIKILEAKS’ STATUS IN THE MEDIA WORLD COMPLEX

Assange’s arrest reignites a dispute without any simple response: Is the former computer hacker and creator of WikiLeaks a reporter or not?

3. INSIDE BUTTIGIEG’S ‘COMPLICATED’ RELATIONSHIP WITH CENT

Openly gay South Bend, Indiana, Mayor Pete Buttigieg ended up being a popular voice for LGBT equality, and as a Democratic presidential competitor his rhetoric towards Vice President Mike Pence has solidified.

4. HOME DEMOCRATS MARK FIRST 100 DAYS

Democratic freshmen lawmakers are analyzing their achievements, noting the stumbles and marking their place as a cutting edge of resistance to Trump.

5. MEMORIAL HIGHLIGHTS MAN BEHIND NIPSEY HUSSLE RAP PERSONALITY

For a years, Nipsey Hussle released much sought-after mixtapes that he offered out of the trunk of his vehicle, assisting him develop a buzz and gain respect from rap purists and his peers.

6. HOW S. KOREAN BABIES BORN DEC. 31 BECOME 2-YEAR-OLDS THE NEXT DAY

South Korean children end up being 1 on the day of their birth and after that get an extra year added when the calendar strikes Jan. 1.

7. EX-OBAMA WHITE HOUSE COUNSEL CHARGED IN LOBBYING PROBE

Former Obama White House counsel Greg Craig has actually been indicted on charges of making incorrect declarations and hiding details in a federal foreign lobbying investigation that converged with the Russia probe.

8. TALIBAN STATES START OF SPRING OFFENSIVE

The Taliban revealed the start of their spring offending despite talking peace with the United States.

9. ALABAMA HALTS EXECUTION OF GUY WHO KILLED PASTOR

An Alabama inmate founded guilty in the 1991 sword-and-dagger slaying of a pastor was spared from a set up lethal injection after the state was not able to raise a last-minute stay.

10 DECHAMBEAU, KOEPKA SHARE LEAD AT THE MASTERS

Bryson DeChambeau and Brooks Koepka each shot a 6-under 66 in the opening round.

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