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Monday's Morning Email: Inside Obama's Historic Visit To Cuba

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morning email © Provided by The Huffington Post morning email obama cuba © Provided by The Huffington Post obama cuba TOP STORIES OBAMA'S HISTORIC VISIT TO CUBA Here's how the president's visit, the first in 88 years, is making history in Havana. And this is the Cuba the Obama family is visiting. [Reuters]

HILLARY'S TRUMP CARD FOR THE GENERAL "Democratic front-runner Hillary Clinton and her allies have begun preparing a playbook to defeat Donald Trump in a general-election matchup that will attempt to do what his Republican opponents couldn’t: show that his business dealings and impolitic statements make him unfit to be commander in chief." And GOP Chairman Reince Priebus says it’s "too late" for an alternate candidate to stop Trump. [WaPo]
HOW BELGIUM BECAME A 'HOTBED' FOR TERROR A look at the radicalization of Brussels amid the capture of suspeced Paris attacker Salah Abdeslam, Europe’s most wanted man. [CNN]
JOHN HOPKINS RESEARCHERS BROKE THE ENCRYPTION ON iPHONE INSTANT MESSAGES The team uncovered a way to read iMessage photos and text. [WaPo]
TWITTER TURNS 10 Check out the top moments on the social media network according to Twitter, as well as this graphic on how quickly information spreads through it. [Damon Beres, HuffPost]
UK TO ELIMINATE TAMPON TAX The country is getting rid of the sales tax on the feminine product. [Dominique Mosbergen, HuffPost]
MENTALLY ILL IN INDONESIA 'LIVE IN CHAINS' "Pasung -- the practice of confining or restraining relatives with mental health problems -- was banned in Indonesia in 1977 but remains startlingly common. According to Human Rights Watch (HRW), more than 57,000 people in Indonesia 'with real or perceived psychosocial disabilities' have been shackled or locked up in confined spaces at least once in their lives." [CNN]

WHAT’S BREWINGTHIS IS NOT A PARODY ARTICLE ABOUT MILLENNIALS IN THE WORKPLACE But it does include the quote: “'We called people on phones and we -- I don’t know -- we faxed people,' Ms. Plank said, sounding exasperated. 'And we had to mail things. And no one really took my opinion into consideration.'” [NYT]
MARCH HAS LIVED UP TO ITS NAME It’s absolute madness thanks to the zillions of upsets that happened over the weekend. Seriously, email us if you have a decent bracket left standing. [ESPN]
'FACEBOOK FOR GUNS' Inside the app that aims to gamify the shooting range. [The Daily Dot]
OUTDOOR ADULT PLAYGROUNDS ARE A THING "Popular in Europe, the facilities typically feature low-impact exercise equipment designed to promote flexibility, balance, and coordination." []
DO YOU HAVE A UTI? This chart tells all. [HuffPost]
OWEN LABRIE TO REPORT TO PRISON IMMEDIATELY "A New Hampshire judge on Friday ordered a former prep school student to begin serving a one-year prison sentence after violating his curfew in a high-profile case over sex at elite St. Paul’s School." [Reuters]
For more from The Huffington Post, download our app for iOS or Android.WHAT'S WORKINGTHE PIGEONS MEASURING LONDON'S AIR POLLUTION "A team of 10 birds, otherwise known as Pigeon Air Patrol, carries pollution sensors and GPS devices to help study areas of the city with high levels of nitrogen dioxide." [HuffPost]
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