MINNEAPOLIS (WCCO) — From Marco Rubio’s “big announcement” to a 21-year-old winning the 2015 Masters Tournament, here are the four things you need to know for Monday, April 13.
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Sen. Marco Rubio of Flordia has scheduled a “big announcement” at Miami’s Freedom Tower.
Some analysts say his changing stance on immigration could trip him up in his bid to become the first Latino president.
The expected announcement comes a day after Hillary Clinton let the world know she’ll aim for the White House once again.
Jordan Spieth, 21, Wins Masters
He might not yet be the next Tiger Woods, but Jordan Spieth has everyone in the golfing world watching him after a record-breaking first major victory at the Masters.
The 21-year-old became the second-youngest player to win at Augusta, behind only Woods’ in 1997.
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MTV Movie Awards
The best movie of the year at the MTV Movie Awards last night goes to: Teen tearjerker “The Fault in Our Stars,” which capped off a big night for star Shailene Woodley.
Woodley also won Best Female Performance and MTV’s Trailblazer Award.
Bradley Cooper won best male performance for “American Sniper.”
Twins’ Home Opener
The Twins host the Kansas City Royals at 3:10 p.m., but you can still get in on freebies and fun… even if you’re not going to the game.MORE NEWS: Federal COVID Task Force Team Providing Backup For Burned-Out Hospital Workers In St. Cloud
Stop by the ballpark until 9 this morning for a free breakfast. Then, at noon, you can enjoy live music on the plaza and at Target Field Station.