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  • Migrant Surge: The number of migrants crossing the southwest border surged to a record 76,000 in February, more than twice as many in the same period a year ago. The numbers suggest the Trump administration’s aggressive immigration policies aren’t discouraging migrants. Customs and Border Patrol says more than 90 percent are coming from Guatemala, and that the situation is at a “breaking point.” Read more here.

  • R. Kelly Lashes Out: In an emotional interview during which he screamed, cried, and leapt to his feet in anger, R. Kelly denied having sex with underage girls and holding women against their will, telling Gayle King of CBS: “I didn’t do this stuff. This is not me. I’m fighting for my f***ing life.” When King brought up underage girls, Kelly complained people are going back to his past, saying: “We can’t double jeopardy me like that.” The interview aired Wednesday on CBS This Morning. Watch here.

  • Depression Drug: The FDA approved an experimental nasal spray to treat severe depression. The quick-acting spray delivers a variation of the “club drug” ketamine and is intended for adults who have not responded to other anti-depressants. Read more here.

  • 2020: Bloomberg Out: Former NYC Mayor Mike Bloomberg is not running for president. In a column on, he says the Democratic field is too large for him to have a shot at the nomination. Instead, he wants to spend his time and money advocating for issues he cares about, like gun control and climate change. Read it here.

  • Crazy Cruise: Passengers on a Norwegian Escape cruise ship were injured when the ship encountered an “extreme gust of wind” believed to have been around 115 mph. The ship was headed to Florida. A passenger tweeted photos that show chairs strewn about the ship. See the pics here.

  • Youngest Billionaire: Kylie Jenner is officially the youngest “self-made” billionaire ever, according to Forbes. Jenner’s cosmetics empire has vaulted the 21-year-old to billionaire status in even less time than it took Mark Zuckerberg to get there (he was 23). Read more here.

  • No Suit, No Problem: Goldman Sachs is getting with the times. The investment bank told employees it would relax its dress code for all employees in response to the “changing nature of workplaces.” Wall Street banks are trying to compete for talent with tech companies, which typically have more casual dress codes. Read more here.

  • Fast Car: An Italian carmaker unveiled an all-electric car that accelerates faster than an F-16 jet. The Pininfarina Battista made its debut at the Geneva Auto show, with a price tag of $2 million. The car has 10 times the power of a 5-Series BMW and hits 100 mph in under 2 seconds. Read more here.

  • Wendy Williams: Wendy Williams says she’s “a walking addict.” The TV host made the admission a day after returning to the air after a two-month absence, which she said was related to thyroid problems connected to Graves’ disease. She told viewers “Crack is wack. I was a mess, killing myself.” Read more here.

  • Space Selfie: Israel’s lunar lander, currently en route to the moon, snapped a “selfie” with Earth in the background. The robot is set to reach the lunar surfa once April 11. If it’s successful, Israel will be the fourth country to execute a moon landing. See it here.

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