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 •  John Dowd steps down as President Trump ramps up his attacks on special counsel Robert Mueller
President Donald Trump's lead lawyer, John Dowd, has resigned from the President's personal legal team handling the response to the Russia investigation, according to The New York Times and The Washington Post.
 •  The President has asked at least 4 lawyers to join his team. They all turned him down.
 •  Trump says he still 'would like to' testify before Mueller
President Donald Trump told reporters on Thursday that he would still "like to" testify before special counsel Robert Mueller, who is investigating alleged ties between the Trump campaign and Russia's 2016 election meddling as well as potential obstruction of justice charges.
 •  Analysis: This resignation tells you a lot about Trump's mindset
The resignation of John Dowd, Donald Trump's top personal attorney, is the latest -- and largest -- signal that the President of the United States is shifting his strategy in regards special counsel Bob Mueller's ongoing probe of Russian meddling in the 2016 election.
 •  What Trump would have to do to fire Mueller
CNN's Chris Cillizza explains the steps that President Trump would need to take if he wanted to fire special counsel Robert Mueller.
 •  4 things Mueller wants to hear from Trump
Special counsel Robert Mueller's team has so far discussed with President Donald Trump's lawyers four main topics they want to talk about with the President.
 •  Why did Trump's lead lawyer drop out now?
President Donald Trump's lead lawyer, John Dowd, has resigned from the President's personal legal team handling the response to the Russia investigation.
 •  Tillerson calls Washington 'mean spirited' in farewell speech
Outgoing Secretary of State Rex Tillerson called Washington a "very mean-spirited town" in his goodbye address to State Department staff on Thursday.
 •  House Intel votes along party lines to release GOP report
The House Intelligence Committee voted along party lines Thursday to release the Republican report on Russian meddling, after it goes through the declassification process.
 •  Austin bomber left behind a confession, but it doesn't say why he did it
Mark Anthony Conditt recorded a confession and killed himself in a final explosion, ending a wave of package bombings that terrorized Austin for weeks.
 •  Trump hits China with tariffs
President Donald Trump launched the next salvo in his widening war on Chinese trade abuses, this time taking aim at China's unfair seizure of US intellectual property.
 •  Dow sinks as Wall Street worries
 •  Apple, Boeing, Intel and other major US companies could be hurt if China retaliates
 •  Opinion: Trump sticks two thumbs in China's eye
Donald Trump is poised to stick a second thumb in the eye of China and its newly ordained President for life, Xi Jinping. On Thursday, it was $50 billion worth of ill-advised tariffs against a country fully able to retaliate with a devastating tariff war of its own. Last week, the first thumb was in the form of a simple two-line note from the White House. Sandwiched between three congressional bills renaming post offices, Trump signed into law the Taiwan Travel Act, which encourages "visits between officials of the United States and Taiwan at all levels."
 •  Analysis: 3 things revealed by Trump's tweet that he could knock out Biden
On Thursday morning at 6:19 a.m. ET, the President of the United States tweeted this: "Crazy Joe Biden is trying to act like a tough guy. Actually, he is weak, both mentally and physically, and yet he threatens me, for the second time, with physical assault. He doesn't know me, but he would go down fast and hard, crying all the way. Don't threaten people Joe!"
 •  Ana Navarro: Two old white men threaten to beat each other up
In this week's episode of "As the Trumpworld Turns," a porn actress, a former Playboy Playmate and a reality TV "Apprentice" walked into a bar ... and served the President of the United States a little of his own medicine.
 •  He called his congressman and dropped an F-bomb
Noah Christensen, 17, dropped an F-bomb when he called his congressman's office to demand action on gun control. The Nevada teen's school suspended him for two days. He is now at the center of a debate about decorum and free speech.
 •  Police fatally shot man holding cell phone in his grandmother's yard
Sacramento police officers shot and killed a black man in his grandmother's backyard because they believed he was pointing a gun at them, police said.
 •  Eerie video shows Vegas killer before shooting
The New York Times obtained surveillance video from inside the MGM Grand Hotel, showing gunman Stephen Paddock's movements in the days and hours leading up to the Las Vegas shooting.
 •  Stormy Daniels: This is a nightmare
Stormy Daniels is everywhere: Her smiling face is all over magazines and cable news. She is touring the country on a tour branded "Make America Horny Again." She looks like she's having fun.
 •  Fox News military analyst's blistering note hit network 'like a bombshell'
 •  President Trump tweets typos ... again
Why is President Trump tweeting about castrated sheep? CNN's Jeanne Moos reports on a flurry of typos.
 •  Former baseball MVP stuck on bad team that owes him $192 million
 •  Kevin Smith loses weight since heart attack
Kevin Smith famously shed a bunch of weight a few years ago and now has lost even more.
 •  Pop star: I still struggle with eating disorder
Pop star Demi Lovato opened up in an interview with Dr. Phil about contemplating suicide when she was 7 years old.
 •  Opinion: Why I'm marching on Saturday ... in a wheelchair
On Saturday, people across the nation -- young and old, from big cities and small towns, of all races, religions and creeds -- will take to the streets to say we have had enough. As part of March for Our Lives, we will show the world that Americans will no longer stand for gun violence, which ravages communities and devastates lives on an almost daily basis.
 •  Minor league baseball players to lose minimum wage
 •  Officials: Airline worker busted with 9 pounds of cocaine taped to legs
A crew member of Fly Jamaica Airways has been arrested for attempting to smuggle cocaine into the United States, according to a statement by the US Customs and Border Protection.
 •  Zuckerberg apologizes for data privacy mistakes
 •  See woman freak out on human slingshot ride
A video showing a Florida State University soccer player's screaming fit on a human slingshot ride has gone viral.
 •  NYC hasn't seen snow like this in 130 years
The snow has been falling all day in New York City.
 •  Containers go overboard when ship crashes
A cargo ship crashes into another cargo ship while it was docked, knocking a total of 21 containers overboard.
 •  $1386 & up: Barcelona & Costa Brava 8-day trip
 •  Expert predictions for tonight's Sweet 16 games
 •  Through ban, concussion, flu, big man with 40-inch leap rises
 •  Ranking the best teams in the Sweet 16
 •  How to stream every game in the NCAA basketball tournament
A match tips off and office pools across the country brace for college basketball's destiny. The moments that make or break your brackets are streaming on March Madness Live.
 •  How many times will the camera show Sister Jean and other March Madness prop bets
 •  Researchers finally solve mystery of 'alien' skeleton
A mummified skeleton discovered in Chile's Atacama Desert 15 years ago doesn't look like anyone you've ever met. In fact, some would say it looks, well, alien.
 •  The 16-year-old who walks and eats tacos while on life support
Zei Uwadia was the girl next door who would get lost in a good book, took quiet hikes in nature and preferred being alone in her room to socializing at another teen party.
 •  Macaulay Culkin gets real personal
Remember when Macaulay Culkin was so intensely private that he was way off the radar?
 •  Video shows self-driving Uber hit pedestrian
An Arizona woman has died after being struck by a self-driving Uber in Tempe, Arizona. This is the first known fatality of an accident involving a self-driving car.
 •  Cut calories by 15% to stay young, study says
Maybe there's no need for a fountain of youth after all. New research suggests that cutting calories by 15% for two years can slow the metabolic process that leads to aging and protect against age-related diseases.
 •  The last day to file taxes in 2018 isn't April 15
 •  12 tax scams you'll want to avoid
 •  Courts unfair to boy who brought clock to school
Young people of color are disproportionately disciplined and singled out in America's classrooms, and the American judicial system is turning a blind eye.
 •  If you weren't worried about Russia, you should be
In the Cold War canon of movies that imagined what World War III would look like, there were armed teenagers in the Rockies, submarines in Cape Cod, and plenty of postapocalyptic grit. Regardless of the scenario, however, Americans always fought back.
 •  Zuckerberg wants us to think Facebook is a victim
Until Wednesday night, Facebook founder and CEO Mark Zuckerberg had been conspicuously absent from the conversation around the siphoning of data by researchers working with the research firm Cambridge Analytica -- and, more broadly, the company's alleged role in Russia's manipulation of the 2016 US presidential election.
 •  I ditched Facebook in 2013, and it's been fine
You can ditch Facebook. It's OK. You will survive. And not only will you get through it, but your life will get better.
 •  Cambridge Analytica weaponizes 'Crooked Hillary'
This week we learned that an infamous Donald Trump slogan for his opponent -- "Crooked Hillary" -- may have been weaponized on his behalf by Cambridge Analytica in its campaign ads for Trump. In a report by Britain's Channel 4, Cambridge Analytica's CEO, Alexander Nix, claims he orchestrated the online viral growth of some of the most damaging and false narratives about Hillary Clinton -- including the "Crooked Hillary" slogan.
 •  What gives me hope on World Water Day
On the 25th anniversary of World Water Day, we celebrate that more than two billion people enjoy the benefits of having clean water around the world.
 •  The sexual assault problem we can't afford to ignore
In this ongoing #MeToo moment, there is a group of people who also deserve our attention: the victims of rape whose sexual assault kits, hundreds of thousands of them, are languishing untested in police department storerooms throughout the United States. If these kits were tested, DNA might be recovered that could be compared to the samples already stored in the national DNA crime database called CODIS (for "Combined DNA Index System"). A match, or in law enforcement parlance a "hit," to CODIS could lead to a conviction.
 •  Astonishingly easy way to save on your mortgage
 •  New treatment options for psoriasis
 •  "Game Changer" for Americans in debt: 0% intro APR until 2019
 •  What's in Congress' $1.3T spending bill
As Congress creeps closer to a government shutdown deadline, leaders unveiled a $1.3 trillion plan to fund the federal government through September on Wednesday night.
 •  Trump, Biden go back and forth with physical threats
Donald Trump responds to former Vice President Joe Biden's reaction to the President's comments on women.
 •  The Point: Facebook's problem not even Mark Zuckerberg can solve
Give Mark Zuckerberg credit: He sat for an interview with CNN amid the worst run of media attention ever for the company he founded in a Harvard dorm room 14 years ago.
 •  Live bee sting acupuncture proves deadly
Once a month for two years, a 55-year-old woman in Madrid had gone for acupuncture therapy using live bee stings. Apitherapy -- the medicinal use of bee hive products, including honey, pollen and bee venom -- was the woman's go-to treatment for stress and contractures, a tightening of her muscles that caused stiff joints.
 •  Star Wars tech becomes reality
 •  'The X-Files' marks likely end to search for truth
Warning: The following contains spoilers about "The X-Files" season finale.
 •  Bill Murray's hope for Parkland students
Bill Murray thinks the students of Parkland, Florida have the capability to enact powerful change.
 •  Celine Dion cancels shows for ear issues
Unlike her heart, three weeks of Celine Dion's Las Vegas shows won't go on.
 •  Fred Savage accused of on-set harassment
A costume department employee who worked on the now-canceled Fox series "The Grinder" has accused actor Fred Savage of harassment, discrimination and assault and battery.
 •  The filmmakers behind the movies of the moment
 •  Discovering the unspoiled Caribbean
 •  These are the world's best airports for 2018
If you're flying across the planet in the next 12 months, you might want to think about routing that trip through one of Asia's top airports.
 •  The 79-year-old who lives alone on an Italian island
Each day for the past 29 years, Mauro Morandi has woken up to a golden sunrise illuminating the Mediterranean Sea.
 •  Grab a bucket. The maple sap is running!
Is there anything more wonderful than a stack of buttermilk pancakes dripping with golden maple syrup?
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