The Vernal Equinox has arrived. Here are some things going on, and other little tidbits:
In Florida, police deal with the rise of the "spice zombies".
Just before President Obama heads to Cuba, the CDC issues a travel warning.
Speaking of Cuba, the Cuban people have been warned to be on their best behavior for Obama's visit.
Speaking of Cuba, a book reveals the secret life of Fidel Castro.
Speaking of people connected to Cuba, Ted Cruz (R-TX) speaks at a campaign rally in Utah.
Could there be a "chaos scenario" for the Democrats? (H/T Sue from New Mexico)
John Kasich (R-OH) says that the GOP should "thank" him for not dropping out.
A policeman talks about his experience at a Trump rally in Arizona.
Here are the 10 Senate seats "most likely to flip" this coming November.
The hunt for terrorists in Belgium ain't over yet.
Malaysia's sharia-compliant airline has been having some difficulties.
The Malaysian government will crack down on "liberal Muslims".
A Saudi VIP's phone is stolen - at a mosque.
Some people in the Molenbeek neighborhood of Brussels, Belgium don't approve of the arrest of terror suspect Salah Abdeslam.
Iran plans to give the U.S. some insult added to injury.
One man had become the major bone of contention in the Syrian peace talks.
A student at a Palestinian university gets expelled for a reason which many people will find ridiculous.
The NCAA women's swimming title goes to a repeat champion.
In stead of killing germs, the disinfectant known as Lysol was once used to kill a different type of cell.
We don't often fire our advertising spokesman, but when we do, we say "Adios".