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TODAY

• It’s Hollywood’s biggest night. The red carpet rolls out as the Oscars honor film’s best. Here’s what to watch for – and an Oscar bingo card. Coverage starts at 8 p.m. ET on ABC.

04:13 - Source: CNN Business
Why Hollywood spends millions to win Oscars

The Pope visits the Muslim world. Francis flies to the United Arab Emirates for a three-day visit. He’s expected to meet privately with Muslim leaders, visit a mosque and celebrate the first Mass by a pope on the Arabian Peninsula.

01:01 - Source: CNN
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• EU and League of Arab States leaders meet. For the first time, the heads of countries in the European Union and the League of Arab States gather for a summit. On the two-day agenda in Egypt are trade, migration and security.

04:28 - Source: CNN
Two things that explain the Saudi-US alliance

2. Coronavirus 

01:17 - Source: CNN Business
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• The 2020 White House race is simmering. Sen. Bernie Sanders pushes his bid for the 2020 Democratic nomination in a CNN town hall at 8 p.m. ET.

06:21 - Source: CNN
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TUESDAY

• Jared Kushner may push for peace in the Mideast. Trump’s son-in-law reportedly will visit Arab countries this week to pitch his long-awaited plan to bring a lasting peace to the Middle East

01:01 - Source: CNN
Kushner, Netanyahu meet before peace talks

• Happy birthday to the Grand Canyon. Nature’s marvel of colors became a national park 100 years ago today. Let the Drive-By Truckers take you there. (Click to listen.)

WEDNESDAY

• The Austrian Chancellor visits the White House. Trump and Sebastian Kurz will look at “revitalizing the bilateral relationship” when they meet. Kurz, Europe’s youngest state leader, has made limiting migration a top priority. He also seems keen to strengthen Austria’s ties with Russia, where President Vladimir Putin on this day makes his annual address to lawmakers.

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• Trump’s ex-fixer heads to Capitol Hill. Before heading to prison, Michael Cohen again is set to testify publicly before the House Oversight and Reform Committee. Cohen had put off an earlier appearance, citing “threats against his family” by Trump and his attorney, Rudy Giuliani.

01:42 - Source: CNN
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• CPAC stirs the 2020 conversation. Conservatives head to National Harbor, Maryland, for the annual Conservative Political Action Conference.

03:38 - Source: CNN
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4. Bahamas

03:21 - Source: CNN
Trump denies asking Whitaker for new Cohen investigator

• T minus 1 month to Brexit. It’s one month until the United Kingdom is due to leave the European Union. But the exit is in chaos as Prime Minister Theresa May suffers defeat after defeat trying to square her plan with Parliament and EU officials.

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Brexit could create costly border delays

FRIDAY

Meanwhile, the President’s former “fixer,” attorney Michael Cohen, agreed to appear behind closed doors before the House Intelligence Committee. He’s expected to talk about Russia and to correct testimony from 2017 that led to his guilty plea for lying to Congress.

06:23 - Source: CNN
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SATURDAY

• White House Correspondents’ Association gets dolled up. Breaking from its tradition of having a comedian roast the President and the press corps, the fundraiser will feature US presidential biographer Ron Chernow. Meantime, Trump is skipping the event for the third straight year. Coverage begins at 7 p.m. ET on CNN.

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