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WASHINGTON (AP) — Two White House hopefuls have faced protesters on Monday. About a dozen demonstrators shouted at Ted Cruz as he campaigned outside of a grocery store on the eve of the Indiana primary. Cruz had been confronted by Trump protesters at an earlier Indiana stop as well. In West Virginia, Hillary Clinton was greeted by hundreds of protesters who say she's anti-coal.

RICHMOND, Va. (AP) — The sister of a black man who died in police custody in 2013 says a Virginia prosecutor has decided not to bring charges against South Boston Police officers who used stun guns repeatedly on Linwood Lambert. Video shows he was stunned while in handcuffs just outside a hospital emergency room and again in a squad car. An autopsy concluded he died of "severe cocaine intoxication."

MIAMI (AP) — A man accused of plotting to set off a bomb at a large Jewish center in South Florida has made his first federal court appearance. A magistrate judge appointed a public defender for 40-year-old James Medina, who was arrested Friday. Medina faces life in prison if convicted of attempting to use a weapon of mass destruction. Authorities say an FBI undercover investigation provided Medina with a phony device, and he was arrested after accepting it.

BOSTON (AP) — Education Secretary John B. King Jr. says laws in North Carolina and Mississippi that restrict the rights of transgender Americans are hateful and should be repealed. King was asked about the laws while in Boston. He called them hateful and said gender identity should be protected.

CHASKA, Minn. (AP) — Five of Prince's six surviving siblings have begun trying to sort out the late artist's multimillion dollar estate. They appeared in court Monday as a judge formalized his appointment of Bremer Trust to handle matters involving the estate. Prince's sister, Tyka Nelson, requested the appointment so that the company can manage Prince's estate until an executor is named. Prince left no known will.

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