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The news you need to know to start your day. Five stories. Less than five minutes. Every weekday, plus Saturdays. Powered by the USA TODAY Network and hosted by Taylor Wilson.
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The news you need to know to start your day. Five stories. Less than five minutes. Every weekday, plus Saturdays. Powered by the USA TODAY Network and hosted by Taylor Wilson.

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Episodes

April 26, 2018: Senate panel will weigh bill to protect Mueller

4/26/2018
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Plus, the NFL Draft holds its first round, the EPA director heads to Capitol Hill, Arizona teachers go on strike and YouTube revamps its kids app. (Photo: Saul Loeb, AFP/Getty Images)

Duration:00:05:23

April 25, 2018: Trump's travel ban reaches Supreme Court

4/25/2018
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Plus, the suspect in the Tennessee Waffle House shooting appears in court, the Cambridge Analytica whistleblower will testify in front of the House Intelligence Committee, 'Handmaid's Tale' returns and Virgin America branding all but disappears. (Photo: Brendan Smialowski, AFP/Getty Images)

Duration:00:05:07

April 24, 2018: Trump to host French president at state dinner

4/24/2018
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Plus, Wells Fargo will face shareholders after a 1 billion dollar penalty, Bill Cosby's fate could be decided today, Arizona is the latest House battleground and Spotify may announce what's next after going public. (Photo: Evan Vucci, AP)

Duration:00:03:16

April 23, 2018: Trump welcomes French president

4/23/2018
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Plus, net neutrality is dead but its future is still up for debate, Toys R Us stores go on sale at auction, Bill Cosby's retrial enters its third week and the world (probably) won't end today, despite what fake news says. (Photo: Mandel Ngan, AFP/Getty Images)

Duration:00:05:36

April 20, 2018: School walkouts continue to protest gun violence

4/20/2018
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Plus, a public viewing will take place for Barbara Bush, Nassar survivors rally for change, Saudi Arabia's movie theater ban comes to an end and happy 4/20. (Photo: David Zalubowski, AP)

Duration:00:03:31

April 19, 2018: 25 years since a deadly inferno at Waco

4/19/2018
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Plus, a post-Castro era begins in Cuba, Puerto Rico is working to restore power after an island-wide blackout, the NFL will release its regular season schedule and it's been 2 years since Prince's death. (Photo: Associated Press)

Duration:00:03:37

Introducing the Potcast podcast

4/18/2018
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Another great podcast from the USA TODAY NETWORK is launching: the Potcast Podcast! Find it on 4/20 (this Friday). You can find the Potcast podcast by searching USA TODAY Network Potcast on your favorite podcast player. New episodes are available every Friday. Subscribe for free on Apple Podcasts today: https://apple.co/2GrGzOA

Duration:00:17:03

April 18, 2018: Tax Day, take 2

4/18/2018
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Plus, Cuba preparest to pick a new leader whose name isn't Castro, California ranks poorly once again when it comes to air pollution, NASA and SpaceX will launch a planet-hunting satellite and Meghan Markle's biographer talks to USA TODAY. (Photo: Javier Galeano)

Duration:00:02:53

April 17, 2018: Comey's scathing ant-Trump book hits stores

4/17/2018
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Plus, an online salex tax fight heads to the Supreme Court, it's Tax Day, Baseball deals with a scourge of weather-postponed games and Arizona teachers vote on whether or not to strike. (Photo: Evan Vucci and Andrew Harnik, AP)

Duration:00:04:43

James Comey: USA TODAY exclusive interview

4/16/2018
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USA TODAY Washington Bureau Chief Susan Page and USA TODAY Justice Correspondent Kevin Johnson interview former FBI director James Comey at his home in the Virginia suburbs outside Washington. Never before in American history has a current or former director of the FBI publicly described a president in such a scathing manner. His comments land at a potentially pivotal time in the Russia investigation that Comey once led. Photo Credit: Jack Gruber

Duration:00:56:06

April 16, 2018: Boston Marathon runners compete 5 years after deadly attack

4/16/2018
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Plus, Cohen's lawyer wants he and Trump to review seized evidence, new sanctions for Russia will be announced over Syria support, Pulitzer Prize winners will be unveiled and a Spring storm pounds the central U.S. (Photo: Cj Gunther, EPA-EFE)

Duration:00:06:30

April 14, 2018: Trump addresses airstrikes on Syrian regime

4/14/2018
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Plus, scientists are ready to march, new rock royalty will be crowned, the NBA Playoffs get underway and no more signatures are needed for credit and debit card receipts. (Photo: AP)

Duration:00:04:23

April 13, 2018: Kentucky teachers join the fight for better funding

4/13/2018
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Plus, Vice President Pence heads to South America, wild weather is on the way again, Coachella kicks off and it's Friday the 13th. (Photo: Ross D. Franklin, AP Images)

Duration:00:05:33

April 12, 2018: Pompeo faces Senate confirmation hearing

4/12/2018
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Plus, a teachers' strike in Oklahoma will match the length of West Virgninia's walkout, Algeria mourns a deadly plane crash, ESPN launches a new streaming service and the GLAAD Media Awards will recognize LGBTQ representation. (Photo: Saul Loeb, AFP/Getty Images)

Duration:00:03:36

April 11, 2018: Zuckerberg takes on more questions from Congress

4/11/2018
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Plus, Arizona teachers prepare for a potential walkout, Democrats and Republicans unite to fight the opioid crisis, the NHL Playoffs begin and the Fed released its March meeting's minutes. (Photo: Jack Gruber, USA TODAY)

Duration:00:05:12

April 10, 2018: Facebook in the hot seat before Congress

4/10/2018
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Plus, Trump welcomes Alabama's football team to the White House, it's #EqualPayDay, Puerto Rico receives $18.4 billion in aid and the results of the latest report card for American students are in. (Photo: John Minchillo, AP)

Duration:00:04:03

April 9, 2018: Syria attack, Bill Cosby retrial and more

4/9/2018
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Today: The United Nations Security Council will hold an emergency meeting , opening arguments are set for the retrial of Bill Cosby's sexual assault charges, FIFA inspectors will begin evaluating Mexico as a possible host of the 2026 World Cup and more.

Duration:00:03:31

April 7, 2018: 2018 Masters wraps up

4/7/2018
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Plus, late-season arctic weather hits parts of the country, Hungary holds a national election, Kansas struggles to find a school funding solution and Saturday marks National Beer Day. (Photo: Rob Schumacher, USA TODAY Sports)

Duration:00:04:10

April 6, 2018: U.S. to impose new sanctions on Russia

4/6/2018
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Plus, Apple's Tim Cook gives an interview to MSNBC, record cold slams the U.S., all eyes are on Tiger Woods as the Masters rolls into Day 2 and a new film revisits the Ted Kennedy-Mary Jo Kopechne tragedy. (Photo: Don Emmert, AFP/Getty Images)

Duration:00:05:27

April 5, 2018: Tiger-mania returns to the Masters

4/5/2018
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Plus, walkouts continue for Oklahoma educators, wintry storms are on their way, 'Jersey Shore' returns and Bed Bath & Beyond accepts Toys R Us gift cards. (Photo: The Associated Press)

Duration:00:04:35

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