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In this image provided by the Belgian Federal Police in Brussels on Tuesday, March 22, 2016 of three men who are suspected of taking part in the attacks at Belgium's Zaventem Airport. The man at right is still being sought by the police and two others in the photo that the police issued were according to a the Belgian Prosecutors 'probably' suicide bombers. Bombs exploded at the Brussels airport and one of the city's metro stations Tuesday, killing and wounding scores of people, as a European capital was again locked down amid heightened security threats. (Belgian Federal Police via AP)

Surveillance Footage, Cab Driver Offer Clues In Investigation In Brussels Attack:

In grainy images from surveillance footage, a man wearing light-colored clothes and a hat pushes a baggage cart through the airport.

It’s one key piece of evidence authorities are looking at as they search for suspects after two explosions at the Brussels airport and another at a busy metro station in the Belgian capital Tuesday killed at least 30 people and wounded 230 others.

ISIS claimed responsibility for the coordinated attacks, but authorities said it’s too soon to say for sure whether the terror group was behind the blasts.

So far, police have released photos of three men they say are suspects tied to the airport attack, standing side-by-side.

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Donald Trump, Hillary Clinton Win Arizona; Sanders, Cruz Take Utah

Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton notched convincing victories in Arizona, picking up the biggest prize of Western Tuesday while Bernie Sanders came out on top in Utah.

Trump’s Arizona victory hands him 58 Republican delegates, which could make it harder for rivals Ted Cruz and John Kasich to slow his march toward the nomination.

But he could face a competitive contest in Utah, where Cruz hopes to clinch at least 50% of the vote. If he reaches that threshold, he’ll take all of the state’s 40 delegates.

The Beatles arrived in the U.S. 50 years ago and embarked on a history-making path of pop culture dominance.<a href="http://www.cnn.com/SPECIALS/us/the-sixties"> "The Sixties: The British Invasion"</a> looks at John, Paul, George and Ringo and how the Fab Four's influence persists. <br /><br />Over the years, the facts of the Beatles' story have sometimes been shoved out of the way by half-truths, misconceptions and outright fiction. Here are a few details you might have heard, with the true story provided by <a href="http://www.amazon.com/Tune-In-Beatles-These-Years/dp/1400083052" target="_blank">Mark Lewisohn's "Tune In" </a>and others.

‘Holy Grail’ Of Beatles Records Sells For $110k:

A rare record dubbed the “Holy Grail” for Beatles collectors — and hidden away for over five decades — has sold at auction for £77,500 ($110,000).

The 10-inch vinyl, which features the first song John Lennon ever wrote — “Hello Little Girl” — was sold to an anonymous British collector on Tuesday.

It is one of the first times the legendary record has seen the light of day after Les Maguire, keyboard player with British band Gerry and the Pacemakers, had kept it stored in his attic.

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