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  • Israel Policy Shift: President Trump abruptly shifted decades of U.S. foreign policy by tweeting that Israel should be recognized as the sole owner of the disputed Golan Heights territory. Israel seized that land from Syria in the 1967 war, and the UN has since said the country must withdraw from territory it annexed by force. Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, who is up for re-election next month, cheered the decision. Read more here.

  • Nor’easter: It doesn’t feel much like spring in the Northeast, where a coastal storm is bringing rain, wind and inland snow from Pennsylvania to Maine. The system is expected to stick around through Saturday. See the forecast here.

  • Boeing Latest: The Investigation: The Department of Justice has issued the first subpoenas in its investigation into how Boeing certified and marketed the 737 Max Jet. Also, an investigation found family members of those lost on the Lion Air flight were forced to sign an agreement that they wouldn’t sue the airline or Boeing. Read more here.

  • Boeing Latest: Safety for Sale: Both doomed 737s lacked certain safety features that Boeing had sold as extras. Boeing charges more for things like leather seating, additional bathrooms ー and extra safety features ー which some experts say should be standard. Read more here.

  • Brexit: Brexit will be delayed until May 22 if Prime Minister Theresa May’s withdrawal deal is approved by British lawmakers next week. If not, the U.K. will have a new deadline of April 12 to leave the EU. Meanwhile, a petition calling on May to cancel Brexit has garnered more than two million signatures. Read more here.

  • Oldest Living President: Jimmy Carter becomes the oldest living former president in U.S. history today. At 94 years and 172 days old, Carter surpasses the former record held by President George H.W. Bush. Read more here.

  • Facebook Security: Facebook said it accidentally left hundreds of millions of user passwords unencrypted and viewable to Facebook employees. The discovery was made in an internal security review. The company says there is no evidence any passwords were leaked. Read more here

  • March Madness: Day One is in the books of the NCAA men’s tournament.The biggest upset so far: No. 12 Murray State over No. 5 Marquette. Round One continues this afternoon. See the predictions here.

  • Spotted: Harvey Weinstein reportedly with his private investigator at Grand Central Terminal in New York. See the pics here.

  • Actress’ Admission: Actress Emilia Clarke, better known as Daenerys of "Game of Thrones," said in an interview for the first time that she survived two brain aneurysms while on set and begged the show’s medical staff to “let her die.” Read more here.

  • The Florida Man Challenge: The latest trend on the web: The Florida Man Challenge. Social media users have been having a field day by googling “Florida Man” and their birthdays ー then sharing the headline that pops up. The game stems from numerous unusual headline-making incidents that have happened in the Sunshine State. Read more here.

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