Good morning. Here are some of the headlines we're following this morning:
1. Voters Split Between Clinton, Trump: Poll
Thirty-eight percent would vote for Clinton and 36 percent would vote for Trump, according to the latest NBC News/SurveyMonkey Weekly Election Tracking poll. Read more in POLITICS.
2. Are Democratic Voters Souring on Clinton?
Vermont Sen. Bernie Sanders has won eight of the last nine contests in the Democratic presidential race, leading some to ask whether Democratic voters are souring on Clinton. According to a new NBC News tally, however, Clinton still leads the total popular vote by a sizable 14 points. Read more in POLITICS.
3. Trump Complains of Nominating Process at Intense Rally
The intensity of Donald Trump's rallies was vividly captured Monday when a Trump supporter was recorded on video shoving another man in the face twice during a raucous gathering in Albany, New York. Read more in POLITICS.
4. More Money Needed to Fight Zika
Doctors from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention and the National Institutes of Health appeared before White House reporters on Monday to press their case for Congress to OK $1.9 billion in emergency funding to fight the virus. Read more in HEALTH.
5. Polygamy Ban Restoration a Loss for 'Sister Wives'
A federal appeals court restored Utah's ban on polygamy Monday, handing a defeat to the family from TV's "Sister Wives" and other polygamists who say the ruling could send plural families back into hiding out of fear of prosecution. Read more in NEWS.
6. Body Parts Likely Those of Missing Woman
Body parts found in a Seattle recycling bin are likely those of Ingrid Lyne, a 40-year-old nurse reported missing Saturday after her date to watch the Mariners play the night before. Read more in NEWS.
7. Led Zeppelin Faces 'Stairway to Heaven' Lawsuit
The legendary rock band's lead singer, Robert Plant, and guitarist Jimmy Page must face a U.S. jury trial over whether they stole opening chords for their 1971 classic "Stairway to Heaven." Read more in POP CULTURE.
Prince William and Duchess Kate are using their royal tour to retrace Princess Diana's steps, nearly a quarter century later.