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  1. A New York City man, 55, was sentenced to 20 years in prison — one year for every time he stabbed his girlfriend, 55, to death, according to reports.
  2. Former Vice President Joe Biden and Sen. Bernie Sanders remain a top of the rest of the large field of Democratic presidential contenders in a new national poll. But Sen. Kamala Harris of California and former Rep. Beto O’Rourke of Texas are also distancing themselves from the remainder of the pack in the survey, released Tuesday by CNN.
  3. Margot Robbie is giving fans a sneak peek into her portrayal of slain actress Sharon Tate in the highly-anticipated noir film “Once Upon a Time in Hollywood.”
  4. A man who likely died from exposure while stranded in Arizona might have survived if he had not rejected rescue efforts because he was afraid of being arrested, authorities said Tuesday.
  5. Authorities in the Netherlands have arrested another person on suspicion of involvement in a tram shooting which left three people dead and others injured.
  6. It has almost been one year since the start of the Gaza-Israel border uprisings that left 189 Palestinians dead in a monthslong rash of violent demonstrations demanding an end to the blockade on Gaza and the right to return to their lands. To mark the March 30 anniversary, a three-person U.N. war crimes investigation team, as part of a Commission of Inquiry (COI), has released a report indicating that Israeli security forces committed possible war crimes and crimes against humanity, and this week called on Israelis to prevent snipers from using lethal force against demonstrators.
  7. Travelers flying in and out of Los Angeles International Airport are being treated to a rare visual spectacle of large wildflower fields coming into bloom between runways.
  8. Cardi B is reportedly set to make her feature film debut.
  9. Days after a climbable sculpture called the Vessel opened at New York's Hudson Yards megadevelopment, critics are questioning a policy that grants the attraction's owners broad rights to use photos posted by visitors.
  10. The U.S. government is offering up to $1,000 to those willing to adopt an untrained wild horse or burro to combat the overpopulation of the animals in the open country.