MINNEAPOLIS (WCCO) — From a historic day in Cuba-United States relations to a major cheating website hacked, here are the four stories to know for Monday, July 20.

Embassies Open

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A new era begins Monday between the United States and Cuba.

Both nations are reopening embassies in the other’s capitol after five decades.

On Monday morning, a Cuban foreign minister will raise his country’s flag at the Cuban Embassy in Washington.

The American flag will not fly at the U.S. Embassy in Havana until Secretary of State John Kerry goes there for a flag-raising ceremony next month.

Jordan Spieth To Make History?

He could at the British Open.

He starts one shot out of the lead.

After a sloppy couple of holes, he shot four birdies on his inward nine Sunday.

However, a total of 14 players are within four shots of the lead.

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If Spieth can pull off a victory, he would join fellow Texan Ben Hogan as the only players to win the Masters, U.S. Open and British Open.

Affair Website Hacked

Hackers are threatening to expose almost 40 million cheating Ashley Madison users.

The website, whose tagline is: “Life is short, have an affair”, has been hacked.

The hackers are demanding the website come down or they’re going to go after a lot of adulterers.

The group calls themselves “The Impact Team,” and apparently has names, addresses and fantasies of users.

Surfer Survives Encounter With Sharks

Incredible video is making the rounds on Facebook and Twitter, showing Australian pro-surfer Mick Fanning fighting off two sharks on live television.

It happened Sunday during a competition in Jeffreys Bay, South Africa.

You can see Fanning fighting to stay on his board while the sharks thrash around him.

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Crews quickly rescued Fanning and another surfer. The World Surf League canceled the competition.