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U.S. Republican presidential candidate Ted Cruz arrives at his Wisconsin primary night rally in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, United States, April 5, 2016.     REUTERS/Jim Young  - RTSDRGN

Wisconsin primary results shake up 2016 presidential race

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Senators Bernie Sanders and Ted Cruz won Wisconsin’s Democratic and Republican primaries on Tuesday, but will need to keep their momentum through upcoming major contests in New York and Pennsylvania. Continue reading

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A new underwater vista requires art lovers to take a dive

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Visitors must don scuba gear in order to explore a new art gallery located 90 feet below the surface. The exhibit is made up of 12 photo illustrations mounted on the sunken remains of a WWII-era ship in the Florida Keys National Marine Sanctuary. Continue reading

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A Frontex officer (L) escorts a migrant as he boards on a Turkish-flagged passenger boat to be returned to Turkey, on the Greek island of Lesbos, April 4, 2016. REUTERS/Giorgos Moutafis - RTSDFLL

Europe begins deporting migrants back to Turkey

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The first deportations of migrants from Europe back to Turkey began in Greece Monday as people were ferried from the Greek island of Lesbos.
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Wisconsin primary voters face new strict ID laws

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Wisconsin’s new voter ID law have some worried about voter disenfranchisement ahead of Tuesday’s primary. Continue reading

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Feb 10, 2016; Frisco, TX, USA; United States midfielder Carli Lloyd (10) pokes the ball into the Costa Rica zone during the second half at Toyota Stadium. United States defeats Costa Rica 5-0. Mandatory Credit: Jerome Miron-USA TODAY Sports - RTX26F49

U.S. women’s soccer players demand equal pay for equal play

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Following last summer’s Women’s World Cup win, five top U.S. women’s soccer players say it’s time for them to be paid the same as their male counterparts. Continue reading

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