USA Today (International News)

• The 'princess industrial complex' is inescapable — is that bad for girls?
• Today in History for March 28th
• Suspect arrested in Colorado Islamic Center attack
• 'Dreamer's' post on paying taxes goes viral
• Raw: Horse and mule take free rein on CA highway
• Councilwoman who cried 'BS' during Sessions hearing will fight charge
• Zoo Knoxville mystified by 32 reptiles' deaths
• Flint to replace 18,000 lead-tainted water lines
• What does 'sex positive' mean? Your questions, answered
• Deal to settle Flint suit to bring $87M for new water lines
• JFK diary from post-WWII Europe up for auction
• A stranger emailed me a warning about blood clots. Days later, my friend died from one
• Fans react to Raiders move: 'it's heartbreaking'
• MD sheriff: 'Disaster averted' in school plot
• Michigan bill would allow hellish threats, heavenly promises to voters
• DHS Chief: 'It’s all about protecting America'
• Homeless women need bras. This organization is helping them get support.
• AP Top Stories March 27, 2017
• AG Jeff Sessions: Sanctuary cities must end
• Trump signs 4 bills rolling back regulations
• 'Fearless Girl' statue stays through Feb. 2018
• Alarming UT-Austin report: 15% of female undergrads say they've been raped
• Voices: Story of Wisconsin's 'most dangerous' pedophile
• WH: Nothing 'Nefarious' About Kushner's Contacts
• Wisconsin pedophile is associated with cold cases
• Cincinnati nightclub surrenders liquor permits in wake of shooting
• NFL owners approve Raiders' move to Las Vegas
• Over 21,000 Texas A&M students showed up to serve their community at the 2017 Big Event
• March political cartoons from the USA TODAY Network
• The day in pictures
• 141st Westminster Kennel Club Dog Show
• Bao Bao leaves for China
• Scenes from both sides of the U.S./Mexico border
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