This file photo taken on April 7, 2016 shows President Barack Obama and daughter Malia make their way to board Air Force One.
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This week, the people of Indiana cast their votes, SpaceX took a giant step toward a future of reusable rockets and Malia Obama made her college decision.

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The president graduated from Columbia University in 1983, and the first lady is a 1985 graduate of Princeton University.

Mattel’s Barbie Sheroes program celebrates female heroes who are shaping the world by breaking down barriers.

“There are lots of questions that conservatives, I think, are going to want answers to, myself included,” the lawmaker said.

The megahit will compete with “Bright Star,” “School of Rock,” “Shuffle Along” and “Waitress” for the title of best new musical.  

The presumptive GOP nominee has so far amassed 1,055 delegates – 182 short of the 1,237 needed to clinch the nomination.

This landing attempt was part of SpaceX’s effort to develop reusable rockets, which are predicted to cut the cost of space flight by a factor of 100.

“There’s nothing about that ad that would have stood out to me as edgy,” said cultural strategist Denitria Lewis.

Democratic front-runner Hillary Clinton’s campaign fired back at Donald Trump’s post, citing an interview Trump gave on Wednesday in which he said undocumented immigrants are “going to be deported.”

On the Republican side, Donald Trump won the Indiana presidential primary, leading Sen. Ted Cruz to suspend his campaign.

At the end of the briefing in Flint, Michigan, President Obama said the EPA had deemed filtered water safe for everyone except pregnant women and kids under 6.

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