President Obama talks to tourists and Cubans at his arrival to the Havana Cathedral, on March 20, 2016. 
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Don’t ‘spill the beans’ on this news quiz

This week, tragedy struck in Brussels, claiming dozens of lives; the Affordable Care Act celebrated its sixth anniversary; and the GOP presidential front-runner threatened to “spill the beans” on a rival’s wife. 

Test your knowledge of this week’s top stories.

Ford is survived by his wife, Renata, and two children.

“If I was a lady player, I would go down every night on my knees and thank God that Roger Federer and Rafael Nadal were born, because they’ve carried this sport,” Moore said when discussing the distribution of money between men’s and women’s tennis.


President Obama’s first morning in Cuba began with a visit to a local hero’s memorial and culminated with a meeting with his Cuban counterpart, Raul Castro.

Staff Sgt. Tony Pettway was arrested and charged with misdemeanor assault with injury after attacking Bryan Sanders, who was protesting the rally.

The full “I Am Cait” episode showing the encounter will air Sunday at 9 p.m. ET.

The singer asked the audience to light up their phones in a show of solidarity with the Belgian people.  

The Affordable Care Act has so far survived a botched rollout, two challenges in the Supreme Court and dozens of votes to repeal it in Congress.

The ad was funded by an anti-Trump super PAC and aimed at Mormon women voting in the Utah primary election.

The Free Exercise Protection Act would allow businesses to deny services to LGBT couples by citing religious principles.

With some delegates still unaccounted for early Wednesday morning, Clinton held 1,201 delegates to Sanders’ 905.