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A baby wears a protective mask in Manila, Philippines on Wednesday, March 11, 2020. For most people, the new coronavirus causes only mild or moderate symptoms, such as fever and cough. For some, especially older adults and people with existing health problems, it can cause more severe illness, including pneumonia. (AP Photo/Aaron Favila)

Your daily look at late-breaking news, upcoming events and the stories that will be talked about today:

1. BIDEN HAS ANOTHER BIG PRIMARY NIGHT The former vice president wins Michigan’s Democratic primary, a key battleground state, as well as Missouri, Mississippi and Idaho, dealing a serious blow to Bernie Sanders and widening his path to the nomination.

2. SANDERS CAMPAIGN AT A CROSSROADS The face of the Democrats' far-left flank is suddenly staring up at a wall of opposition from his own party, an urgent call to unify against President Trump and a growing delegate disadvantage.

3. ‘THE EPICENTER — THE NEW CHINA — IS EUROPE’ In the U.S., the new coronavirus caseload passes 1,000 while in Europe, an increasingly locked-down Italy counts more than 10,000 infections and records soaring deaths among its aging population.

4. AMERICANS TAKE NEW SAFEGUARDS AGAINST VIRUS Some governors and other leaders are scrambling to slow the coronavirus’ spread, banning large public gatherings, enforcing quarantines and calling National Guard troops.

5. GLOBAL SHARES MIXED AS WORRIES COUNTER FISCAL STEPS European markets open higher after Asian shares mostly decline, as governments ramp up aid for economies reeling from the virus outbreak.

6. RUSSIA PASSES PRO- PUTIN BILL The Russian parliament approves a sweeping constitutional reform, a move that will allow Vladimir Putin to stay in power for another 12 years after his current term ends in 2024.

7. WEINSTEIN FACES SENTENCING, PRISON The final act for the once-powerful film producer begins in New York when he will be sentenced following his conviction in the landmark #MeToo rape trial.