- In the first major U.S. airstrike in Libya since November, Americans bombed a suspected ISIS training camp there Friday, killing more than 40 people.
- The Cook County Circuit Court in Illinois has agreed to hear a case concerning Republican Sen. Ted Cruz's eligibility to serve as U.S. President.
- Oregon lawmakers approved a plan to increase the minimum wage from $9.25 to between $12.50-$14.75, depending on location, over the next six years.
- The South Carolinans go for Donald Trump?
- At a Democratic town hall in Las Vegas, Vermont Sen. Bernie Sanders said he was "a strong feminist" who was made "an honorary woman many, many years ago" by Gloria Steinem.
- Sanders also, in an interview with BET, accused Hillary Clinton of acting buddy-buddy with President Obama all of a sudden "to win support from the African-American community."
- Thousands of activists marched in Madison, Wisconsin, Thursday to protest immigration legislation headed to Gov. Scott Walker.
- A Kentucky bill that just cleared the state senate creates a separate marriage-license form for same-sex couples.
- A new exhibition at Amsterdam's Van Gogh Museum explores prostitution in late-19th and early 20th-century Paris through the period's paintings.
- "Knife-wielding monkey terrorizes Brazilian bar after guzzling some rum."
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