Your daily look at late-breaking news, upcoming events and the stories that will be talked about Wednesday:
1. US REMOVING CUBA FROM STATE SPONSOR OF TERROR LIST
The terror designation has been a stain on Cuba's pride and a major stumbling block for efforts to mend ties between Washington and Havana.
2. CLINTON LAYS OUT EARLY CORNERSTONES OF CAMPAIGN
She's casting herself as a "champion" of struggling Americans while pledging to fix dysfunctional government.
3. OBAMA BOWS TO PRESSURE OVER IRAN DEAL
The White House signals that he would sign legislation giving Congress the right to reject any nuclear agreement with Tehran.
4. DASH CAM VIDEO SHOWS POLICE CRUISER RAMMING SUSPECT
The dramatic footage from a Tucson, Ariz., suburb records the cruiser striking the man, a suspected armed robber, and flipping him into the air.
5. WHY SHRINKING SPACE ON AIRPLANES MIGHT LESSEN SAFETY
Experts ask if having rows of seats packed closer together might make it harder for passengers to evacuate after a crash.
6. FRENCH PARLIAMENT ON HEALTH KICK
A draft law targets a raft of ills, from too-thin models to the use of tanning beds by minors.
7. FLORIDA HOTSPOT SEEKS CURE FOR SPRING BREAK MADNESS
After a woman is sexually assaulted on the sand, Panama Beach City takes steps to rein in revelers, including a ban on alcohol.
8. WHO HASN'T STOPPED LIKING FACEBOOK
It remains the most used social media site among American teens ages 13 to 17, according to a study. And, surprisingly, boys visit the site more often than girls.
9. PERCY SLEDGE DIES AT 74
The singer's soulful ode, "When a Man Loves a Woman," rocketed to No. 1 in 1966.
10. WHAT'S ANNOYING JORDAN SPIETH
The Masters champ is old school, even though he's just 21. So he doesn't care for the nickname some of his fellow pro golfers have given him — Golden Child.