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Trump calls Cruz a hypocrite; Celine Dion's brother dies.

— -- 1. Donald Trump Calls Ted Cruz 'Hypocrite' for Accepting Loans

"He obviously didn't want the voters to know that he is totally controlled lock, stock and barrel by Citibank and by Goldman Sachs, and I think that's very hypocritical, to be honest with you —- I think it's very hypocritical," Trump said.

2. Autopsy Released After TV Producer Found Dead in Belize

Anne Swaney died from "asphyxia due to compression of the neck area, throttling (manual strangulation) and blunt force traumatic injuries to the head and neck region," according to the autopsy. Her body was found floating face-down in the Mopan River on Friday morning about a quarter of a mile from where she was staying.

Swaney, 39, was the executive producer of online operations at WLS-TV, where she had worked since 1999.

3. Mother Hands Baby to Firefighter Through Window in Fresno Apartment Blaze Rescue

The dramatic moment Fresno, California, firefighters saved a trapped mother and baby from an apartment blaze was caught on the GoPro camera strapped on one of their helmets.

The firefighter's camera recorded as the mother handed the firefighters her baby through the second-story window, according to ABC affiliate KFSN-TV in Frenso.

Crews then helped the woman and her husband down to safety, KFSN-TV reported.

4. Celine Dion's Brother Daniel Dies From Cancer

The singer's brother died in a palliative care residence outside of Montreal just two days after her husband of more than 20 years, René Angélil, passed away after a lengthy battle with the disease. He was 73 years old.

The release stated that Daniel Dion was "a gentle and reserved man of many talents."

5. Giant Panda Cub Bei Bei Makes 1st Public Appearance at National Zoo

"Today was a thrilling day at the National Zoo," a spokesperson told ABC News. "After watching Bei Bei on the panda cam for months, our public got to see this 22-pound cute conservation success in person."

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