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  • Homeland Security: Asylum Ruling: A federal judge has blocked the Trump administration’s policy of returning asylum seekers to Mexico as they await their immigration court hearings. The ruling comes a day after Kirstjen Nielsen, who had wanted to expand that policy, was forced out as Homeland Security secretary. CNN.

  • Homeland Security: Shakeup: President Trump pushed out the head of the Secret Service amid a broader shake-up of the Department of Homeland Security. Randolph “Tex” Alles will be replaced by James Murray, a career secret service agent. Alles is leaving as the USSS comes under scrutiny for how it allowed a Chinese woman with sophisticated electronic equipment into Mar-a-Lago. Wash Post.

  • American Troops Killed: Four Americans -- including three service members -- were killed in a blast in Afghanistan. Three other American service members were injured when the bomb went off. An official reportedly said the attack targeted a convoy of trucks transporting American service members. NY Times.

  • Celeb Pleas: College Admissions: Desperate Housewives actress Felicity Huffman and 13 others embroiled in the college admissions scandal will plead guilty. Huffman says she accepts her guilt, and that she “betrayed” her daughter, who didn’t know her mom paid to have her SAT answers changed. There are now 18 total guilty pleas in the case. CBS News.

  • Celeb Pleas: NXIVM: mallville actress Allison Mack pleaded guilty to racketeering charges in the sex-trafficking case involving the cult-like Nxivm group. Mack allegedly lured other women into becoming sex slaves in the secret society under the guise of a female mentorship program. NY Times.

  • Old Man Winter: A storm may bring as much as two feet of snow to the northern Plains and upper Midwest today before moving to the central U.S tomorrow. The National Weather Service is warning travel will be “difficult to impossible” in the region. USA Today.

  • Antibiotic Prescriptions: Researchers are warning that children are being overprescribed antibiotics likely due to the rise in telemedicine, in which patients can “visit” a doctor online. A study published in the journal Pediatrics found that kids with cold symptoms who consulted with a doctor online were far likelier to be prescribed antibiotics than if they went to a doctor’s office or clinic. AP.

  • Teen Survey: Lululemon, Nike, Ulta Beauty, Amazon, Chipotle, Chick-fil-A. Those are some of the most popular brands among members of Generation Z, according to a major survey of teen spending by Piper Jaffray. The average American teen spends $2,600 a year on food and clothes. CNBC.

  • Schultz on 2020: In an interview on Cheddar, former Starbucks CEO Howard Schultz appeared to inch closer to running for president. He called himself a “proud capitalist” and said Democratic candidates Bernie Sanders, Beto O'Rourke, Kamala Harris, and Elizabeth Warren are leading the party more to the left. He said if any of them get the nomination, "President Trump will get re-elected." Cheddar.

  • National Champions: Virginia defeated Texas Tech in overtime, 85-77, to win the school’s first-ever men’s basketball title. CBS breaks down all the best action from this year’s tournament in ‘One Shining Moment’. Watch.

  • Beychella: Beyonce and Netflix will release a documentary highlighting her 2018 performance at the Coachella Valley Music & Arts Festival. “Homecoming” will be available on April 17 and the company said the movie will reveal “the emotional road from creative concept to cultural movement.” Trailer.

  • Japanese Virgins: One in 10 Japanese adults in their thirties has never had heterosexual sex, according to a new study, which found that the number of adults with no sexual experience is on the rise. The trend comes amid a population decline in the country. Daily Mail.

  • Dog in a Bag: A commuter carrying a large white dog in a makeshift burlap sack was barred from getting on the New York City subway despite the rule that pets are allowed to ride the train so long as they’re in a bag. In a viral video, the man can be seen arguing with the conductor about what, exactly, constitutes a bag. See it.

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