Your daily look at late-breaking news, upcoming events and the stories that will be talked about Monday:
- OBAMA ARRIVES IN CUBA
His whirlwind trip is a crowning moment in his and Cuban President Raul Castro’s effort to restore normal relations between their countries.
- MIGRANT DEAL REMAINS WORK IN PROGRESS
Hundreds of mostly Syrian asylum-seekers continue to arrive in Greece despite the official start of an international agreement to send migrants back to Turkey.
- WHAT MESSAGE POPE SENT ON PALM SUNDAY
Francis in his homily at the Vatican decries what he calls indifference to the refugees flooding into Europe.
- TERRITORY HELD BY ISLAMIC STATE GROUP SHRINKING
Facing stepped-up air and ground attacks, the jihadis are estimated to have lost about 40 percent of their territory in Iraq and more than 20 percent in Syria.
- PARIS ATTACKS POSSIBLY JUST A START
The top suspect in last year’s deadly rampage in France told investigators after his capture last week that he was planning new operations from Brussels, Belgium’s foreign minister says.
- GOP’S KASICH STILL LAGGING IN MONEY GAME
In one month, Cruz raised what Kasich has collected over the entire course of his longshot bid, new fundraising reports show.
- WHICH MANUFACTURER FAMILIAR TO DO-IT-YOURSELFERS IS LOOKING TO GROW
Paint company Sherwin-Williams is buying rival Valspar for $9 billion in a move that it says will expand its reach in Asia and Europe.
- BUZZ BUILDING OVER APPLE PRODUCT ANNOUNCEMENT
CEO Tim Cook is expected to unveil some new additions to his company’s current family of iPhone and iPad devices.
- HOW BOOM IN URBAN CYCLING IS FUELING FRUSTRATION
Cyclists are disgruntled that the growing support for two-wheeled transportation has yet to lead to any tougher penalties for drivers who hit bikes.
- IRISH REACH SWEET 16 FOR SECOND YEAR IN A ROW
Notre Dame advances in the NCAA Tournament after surviving a valiant effort by Stephen F. Ausin, 76-75.