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Cubans marvel at rare questioning of Castro
- March 25, 2016

Before the game got underway, the packed stadium observed a moment of silence for the victims of bombings in Brussels earlier in the day. Obama's tour will continue tomorrow, when the President and First Lady Michelle Obama will take in a baseball game between the Tampa Bay Rays and Cuba's national baseball team. (more...)
North Korea Fires 5 Short-Range Missiles Into The Sea
- March 25, 2016

The rocket launcher is "of great strategic importance in remarkably increasing the capability of the KPA (Korean People's Army) to mount a precision attack on the enemies in the southern part of Korea", the KCNA reported, quoted Kim as saying. (more...)
First pitch before game in Cuba? Obama leaves it to the pros
- March 25, 2016

I thought the whole story of his presidency and its foreign policy was seen in a split screen", Krauthammer said. While in Argentina, President Obama partook in some local culture and did the tango with a professional dancer during an official state dinner (Michelle Obama also had a partner). (more...)
Zika: 'The more we know the worse things look' Says WHO
- March 25, 2016

You may have heard about Zika, the mosquito carrying virus that can cause birth defects if a pregnant woman is infected. This comes three weeks after the health department confirmed the first imported case of Zika in Hawaii this year, but that person was not infectious, so at that time, health officials said there was no health risk to the public. (more...)
North Korea fires more missiles into Sea of Japan
- March 25, 2016

A South Korean military source said that Seoul has not identified where the drills were conducted or how large the drills were. The isolated communist regime has launched missiles three times since the start on March 10 of the annual joint exercises, which Pyongyang describes as a rehearsal for invasion. (more...)
Task force blames MI for Flint water crisis
- March 25, 2016

The state of MI is "fundamentally accountable" for Flint's lead-contaminated water crisis because of decisions made by its environmental regulators and state-appointed emergency managers who controlled the city, an investigatory task force concluded Wednesday in a withering report. (more...)