After decades of distrust, president Barack Obama and Cuban president Raul Castro shook hands Monday in Havana's Palace of the Revolution. Obama's 2.5-day trip to Cuba is the first presidential visit to the country in nearly 90 years.
Genesee County wants the state of Michigan to give it more than one million dollars as reimbursement for money the county spent in response to the Flint water crisis. The county's water commissioner argues that the water emergency was man-made, caused by failures at the state government level.
The US Military says it has placed a contingent of Marines at a small outpost in northern Iraq to provide protection for an Iraqi military base where US advisers are present. The deployment was annouced after a member of the unit was killed by rocket fire.
A new aircraft that is said to revolutionize the airline industry has been unveiled in the United Kindom. The Airlander 10, currently the world's largest aircraft is able to stay airborne for 5 days and can land on all terrains including water, sand and ice.
Matthew Burgoyne, The Associated Press with AP News Minute.