Brian Naylor NPR News' Brian Naylor is a correspondent on the Washington Desk.

Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump makes a boxing gesture while greeting the crowd after speaking at a campaign rally in New Orleans earlier this month. Trump won Louisiana, but Ted Cruz is likely to end up with more delegates from the state. Gerald Herbert/AP hide caption

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Donald Trump Wants To 'Open Up' Libel Laws So He Can Sue News Outlets

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FCC Proposal Would Let Consumers Weigh In On Internet Privacy

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Los Angeles Dodgers star Yasiel Puig shakes hands with fans Dec. 16 at the Latin American Stadium in Havana during a Major League Baseball goodwill tour. Puig and fellow Cuban national Jose Abreu of the Chicago White Sox returned home Tuesday for the first time since defecting — Puig in 2012, Abreu in 2013 — to join the American big leagues. Yamil Lage/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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MLB Hopes New Openness Will Ease Players' Path From Cuba To The Majors

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MLB Paves Way For Cubans To Play In The Big Leagues

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Director of the National Intelligence James Clapper, seated at the table meets with the Senate Intelligence Committee Feb. 9, including Chairman Richard Burr, R-N.C. Burr and the committee's minority leader, Sen. Dianne Feinstein, D-Calif., are working on a bill that would force companies like Apple to help prosecutors unlock the phones of criminal suspects. Alex Brandon/AP hide caption

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In Apple-FBI Fight, Congress Considers Aggressive And Measured Approaches

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In a proposal the FCC is launching Thursday, you'd be able to own your own cable box instead of renting it from your provider. Matt Rourke/AP hide caption

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FCC Wants To Force Cable Companies, And Their Set-Top Boxes, To Adapt

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An instructor conducts a training session at Transportation Security Administration Academy at the Federal Law Enforcement Training Center, located at a sprawling former air base in Glynco, Ga. Brian Naylor/NPR hide caption

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Body Scanners And Explosives: TSA Starts Academy For Screeners

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New Hampshire Secretary Of State Defends Primary's First-In-The-Nation Status

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