Cubans won't have to defect to come play baseball in the US. That's the goal in a new agreement between the Cuban government and Major League Baseball. Also, what does a US withdrawal from Syria mean for American allies in the region, and for humanitarian groups still working on the ground in Syria? Plus, the daughter of French far-right politician Marine Le Pen has created a university that aims to educate the next generation of far-right leaders in France.
Ambassador Nick Burns calls Mattis' resignation "a significant blow to the United States" and says that the publicly-released resignation letter was "a resignation in protest against the feckless policies of President Trump."
With US help, the Kurdish-led Syrian Democratic Forces have captured large parts of northern and eastern Syria from ISIS, but warn that the jihadists still pose a threat even if President Donald Trump has declared their defeat.
Marion Maréchal — previously known as Marion Maréchal Le Pen — quit politics last year and dropped her famous last name, but she hasn’t dropped her focus on giving the far-right a boost. Maréchal's latest endeavor has been to start a school aimed at training the ultra-conservative elite in France.