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Good morning. Here are some of the headlines we're following this morning:
1. Another Loss Reveals Chaotic Trump Campaign
After a shake-up at the top this week in which Donald Trump empowered lobbyist Paul Manafort to manage the campaign’s troubled delegate operation, Sen. Ted Cruz swept a third straight Congressional District convention in Colorado on Thursday night. Trump aides concede that the state is not promising, but the level of disorganization at that event suggested problems that ran deeper than the top-line results. Read more in POLITICS.
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2. Pope Francis Softens Communion Ban for Divorcees
Pope Francis softened the ban Friday on giving Communion to remarried divorcees, issuing a major document that struck a new tone in some Catholic Church attitudes toward family life. Read more in NEWS.
3. Chill on Campus as Cops Hunt Texas Killer
As a shocked University of Texas at Austin community comes together to make sense of a young female freshman's killing, officials are urging caution while authorities work to identify and catch the suspect. Read more in NEWS.
4. Meet the Nine Women of the FBI’s 10 Most Wanted
When Texas fugitive Brenda Delgado was added this week, she became the 506th person ever to be part of the FBI's Ten Most Wanted list — and only the ninth woman in the 66 years since it was created. Read more in NEWS.
5. Accused Killer Who Escaped Psych Hospital Spotted
Police were searching a wooded area near Spokane, Washington, after accused killer Anthony Garver, who escaped from a state psychiatric hospital, showed up at his mother's home, authorities said. Read more in NEWS.
6. U.K.’s Cameron Made Profit Off Trust
British Prime Minister David Cameron said Thursday he made a profit on shares of a Panamanian trust set up by his father and which was named in the "Panama Papers" document leak this week. Read more in NEWS.
7. ‘American Idol’ Crowns Series’ Final Winner
The long-running singing competition had its swan song on Thursday night, with 24-year-old Trent Harmon becoming the 15th and final winner of the show's last season. Once a ratings powerhouse that influenced TV and music, "Idol" had suffered steady audience erosion before Fox decided to pull the plug. Read more in POP CULTURE.
A Wisconsin teacher is giving new meaning to going above and beyond, as her bond with a little girl, who often walked past her classroom, becomes stronger.