The Friday News Roundup for March 29, 2019 Mueller, measles and Mike Lee makes Ronald Reagan ride a raptor. Also, Oklahoma forces the makers of OxyContin to pay a heavy price and Senators Rubio and Romney move forward with plans for paid family leave.

Around the world, Facebook says it will ban white nationalists, weeks after the New Zealand attack. Southern Africa fights cholera after a historic cyclone. And could Prime Minister Theresa May be the first high-profile casualty of Britain's messy European divorce?

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The Friday News Roundup for March 29, 2019

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The Friday News Roundup for March 29, 2019

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The Friday News Roundup for March 29, 2019

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WASHINGTON, DC - MARCH 24: Special counsel Robert Mueller walks with his wife Ann Mueller. Special counsel Robert Mueller has delivered his report on alleged Russian meddling in the 2016 presidential election to Attorney General William Barr. Tasos Katopodis/Tasos Katopodis/Getty Images hide caption

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WASHINGTON, DC - MARCH 24: Special counsel Robert Mueller walks with his wife Ann Mueller. Special counsel Robert Mueller has delivered his report on alleged Russian meddling in the 2016 presidential election to Attorney General William Barr.

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Mueller, measles and Mike Lee makes Ronald Reagan ride a raptor.

Also, Oklahoma forces the makers of OxyContin to pay a heavy price and Senators Rubio and Romney move forward with plans for paid family leave.

Around the world, Facebook says it will ban white nationalists, weeks after the New Zealand attack.

Southern Africa fights cholera after a historic cyclone.

And could Prime Minister Theresa May be the first high-profile casualty of Britain's messy European divorce?