Your daily look at late-breaking news, upcoming events and the stories that will be talked about today:
1. OBAMA PLANS HISTORIC TRIP TO CUBA
President Barack Obama's planned visit to Cuba in the coming weeks will make him the first U.S. president to set foot on the island in nearly seven decades.
2. TENSIONS ESCALATE BETWEEN TURKEY, KURDS AFTER ANKARA ATTACK
Turkey's prime minister says his country will retaliate against a Kurdish rebel group he has held responsible for the attack in Ankara that killed 28 people, while a Syrian Kurdish leader denies his group is behind the blasts and warns Ankara against Syria ground action.
3. HOW APPLE ENDED UP IN US GOVERNMENT'S ENCRYPTION CROSSHAIRS
Apple has positioned itself as a champion of user privacy — and landed in the government's encryption crosshairs as a result.
4. WHAT'S AT STAKE AT EU SUMMIT
Prime Minister David Cameron is bracing for a crucial European Union summit with continued British membership in the bloc on the line and the migration crisis bedeviling the continent is also high on the agenda.
5. REPUBLICAN FEUD RAMPS UP
Republican Ted Cruz dares Donald Trump to sue him and dismisses Marco Rubio's charges of dishonesty just days before South Carolina's high-stakes primary.
6. WHERE PORN ACTORS COULD HAVE TO WEAR CONDOMS
Condoms could be coming to porn studios across California if the state adopts proposed new regulations aimed at protecting actors who make adult films.
7. WHY SOUTH KOREA SAYS NORTH KOREA IS PREPARING ATTACKS
A top Seoul official says North Korean leader Kim Jong Un recently ordered preparations for launching "terror" attacks on South Koreans.
8. WHO FACES INDICTMENT IN NEVADA
A federal grand jury has indicted Cliven Bundy, along with his sons Ammon and Ryan Bundy and two others, on charges related to an armed standoff near his ranch in 2014.
9. A LONGTIME AFRICAN RULER IS ON THE BALLOT
Uganda President Yoweri Museveni faces his toughest challenge yet after three decades in power, amid delays blamed on slow delivery of voting materials.
10. WHAT JAPANESE COMPANY WILL RECOGNIZE SAME-SEX MARRIAGES
Panasonic Corp. says it will recognize same-sex marriages in its employment policies in a rare move for a major Japanese manufacturer.