Good morning. Here are some of the headlines we're following this morning:
1. Clinton Victories Spell Beginning of the End for Sanders
Onstage in a city where she will in all likelihood will be crowned the Democratic presidential nominee in July, Hillary Clinton on Tuesday moved to embrace Bernie Sanders' supporters as she expanded her already significant delegate lead in the day's primaries. Read more in POLITICS.
2. Trump Declares Himself 'Presumptive Nominee'
After winning all five state primaries Tuesday by crushing margins, Donald Trump predicted he would "beat Hillary so easily" — despite trailing Clinton nationally in every recent poll, often by wide margins. Read more in POLITICS.
3. What to Know in Case Against Dennis Hastert
The former House speaker will be sentenced in federal court Wednesday morning, capping a sex-abuse scandal that unspooled last May with an indictment detailing financial funny business — and hinting at a far more sordid secret. Read more in NEWS.
4. Justices to Hear Former Virginia Governor's Bribery Appeal
Robert McDonnell, the disgraced former Virginia governor sentenced to prison for bribery, hopes to persuade the Supreme Court on Wednesday that his conviction should be overturned. Read more in NEWS.
5. Alleged Paris Attacks Plotter Handed to French Authorities
Salah Abdeslam has been in Belgian custody awaiting extradition over the coordinated terror spree that left 130 dead across Paris last November. He had spent nearly four months on the run as Europe's most-wanted man. Read more in NEWS.
6. American on Front Lines of Europe's Abortion Debate
California-based anti-abortion activist Gregg Cunningham is helping to lead the charge overseas by farming out imagery and strategies familiar in the U.S. to like-minded groups in Europe. Read more in NEWS.
7. How One-Time NFL Star Johnny Manziel's Career Cratered
The latest crash for the former Cleveland Browns quarterback, the one that may end his career for good, came Tuesday, when a Texas grand jury indicted him on charges he hit ex-girlfriend. Read more in SPORTS.
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