Your daily look at late-breaking news, upcoming events and the stories that will be talked about today:
1 - WHAT'S GOOD NEWS FOR WHITE HOUSE
Republicans on the House intelligence committee complete a draft report concluding there was no collusion or coordination between Trump's presidential campaign and Russia.
2 - CITY ON EDGE AFTER DEADLY BLASTS
Package bombs explode in Austin, Texas, killing two people and wounding two others — and police say race may be the link because at least three victims are black.
3 - TRUMP STRIKES DIFFERENT TONE ON GUNS
The president backpedals from his earlier demands and bows to the realities of Washington, where there's little support for sweeping changes to gun laws.
4 - WHO'S SUSPECTED IN BIZARRE ATTACK
Britain's leader says Russia is "highly likely" to blame for poisoning a former spy and his daughter with a military-grade nerve agent.
5 - PRESIDENT'S SON ON CAMPAIGN TRAIL
Donald Trump Jr. travels to Pennsylvania to boost the GOP hopeful the day before votes will be cast in the state's closely watched congressional election.
6 - US SINKS DEEPER IN THE RED
The government recorded a budget deficit of $215.2 billion in February, up significantly from a year ago as the impact of the GOP tax cuts began to surface.
7 - AMERICAN WOMAN TRAPPED IN SYRIA
Deana Lynn, of Detroit, moved to eastern Ghouta with her Syrian husband in 2000 to be close to his elderly parents. Now the family is living under a crippling siege and deadly bombardment.
8 - FOIA REQUESTS HIT WALL
The federal government censored, withheld or said it couldn't find records sought by citizens, journalists and others more often last year than at any point in the past decade, according to an AP analysis.
9 - HUBERT DE GIVENCHY DIES AT 91
The French couturier was a pioneer of ready-to-wear and designed Audrey Hepburn's little black dress in "Breakfast at Tiffany's."
10 - HOW MUCH BETTORS WILL PONY UP
America's gambling industry predicts $10 billion will be bet on the NCAA Tournament — nearly all of it illegally or off the books.