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President Obama landed in Cuba yesterday, ending 50 years of estrangement between the two countries. He is meeting with leader Raoul Castro, but also with political dissidents who are looking changes to human rights in Cuba.
Police in Belgium have arrested a suspect in the Paris terrorist attacks. They found weapons as well as evidence he may have been involved with planning a new attack.
Apple is unveiling a smaller iPhone today. Apple is also expected to reveal a smaller version of its iPad Pro tablet.
Nissan is expanding a recall of 2014 Rogue vehicles to fix a fuel pump problem that can prevent the engine from starting. The company is notifying affected owners to bring their vehicles to a Nissan dealer, who will replace the fuel pump at no cost.
Tens of thousands showed up at rally at Seattle’s KeyArena for a raucous speech by Democratic Presidential Candidate Bernie Sanders yesterday. Donald Trump making a trip to DC today to talk with top Republicans.
Two people have lost their lives in a wrong way accident on 512 near Lakewood. There were four cars involved in the crash. A four year old was seriously injured but is expected to make it and one other person was hospitalized.
A fire at a marina in Port Orchard has destroyed 6 boats and done 2 million dollars in damage. Fifty firefighters came from several departments to fight the fire.