Catch up on the day’s news: Immigration ruling, ‘Goon Squad’ sentencing, spring equinox

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Migrants cross the border from Mexico into Texas. - David Peinado/NURPHO/AP/File
Migrants cross the border from Mexico into Texas. - David Peinado/NURPHO/AP/File

1️⃣ Immigration ruling: The Supreme Court cleared the way for Texas to immediately begin enforcing a controversial immigration law that lets the state arrest and detain people suspected of entering the country illegally. 📹 Watch a CNN analyst’s reaction

2️⃣ ‘Goon Squad’: The first of six former Mississippi officers was sentenced to 20 years in prison for torturing two Black men. Another ex-officer received more than 17 years.

3️⃣ Peter Navarro: The former aide to Donald Trump reported to federal prison, making history as the first ex-White House official imprisoned for contempt of Congress. 📹 Hear what Navarro had to say

4️⃣ Spring equinox: The first day of spring ushers in longer days, and it’s either today or Wednesday depending on where in the world you live.

5️⃣ State primaries: Voters headed to the polls today in Arizona, Florida, Illinois, Kansas and Ohio. Follow live updates

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👀 Out and about: A new video shows Catherine, Princess of Wales, for the first time since her surgery. She went shopping with Prince William over the weekend.

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Ruby slippers worn by Judy Garland in “The Wizard of Oz” were stolen from a museum 19 years ago. Now the bedazzled shoes are finally back home with their rightful owner.

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