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KNOW IT ALL: Wednesday's Top 8 Stories at NBC News

A look at the key headlines.
Image: Republican Presidential candidate Donald Trump speaks after winning the New York state primary
Republican Presidential candidate Donald Trump speaks after winning the New York state primary on April 19 in New York City.John Moore / Getty Images

Good morning. Here are some of the headlines we're following this morning:

1. Clinton: ‘Victory Is in Sight’ After N.Y. Win

Hillary Clinton took a major step toward securing the Democratic presidential nomination Tuesday night with a critical win in New York, leaving underdog Bernie Sanders to complain about the refs. Read more in POLITICS.

2. Trump Campaign in Crossroads After New York

Ten months after announcing his improbable presidential candidacy at the midtown building that bears his name, Donald Trump returned to celebrate Tuesday's crushing primary win in a lobby packed with family members, fellow billionaires, and a crowd of cheering well wishers. Read more in POLITICS.

3. Cartoonist Captures Clinton’s Primary Win

Award-winning cartoonist Liza Donnelly turned her eye on the New York primaries on Tuesday, capturing Clinton's sense of relief at her solid win in her home state as a senator. Read more in POLITICS.

4. Up to 3 Face Charges in Flint Water Crisis

As many as three Michigan officials will face criminal charges Wednesday in connection with lead contamination in Flint's municipal water system, multiple government sources said. Read more in NEWS.

5. Lost and Found: MH370 Searchers Locate ‘Towfish’

Experts hunting for the missing Malaysian jetliner have recovered their underwater sonar "towfish" that was lost earlier this month — thousands of feet below the surface of the southern Indian Ocean. Read more in NEWS.

6. Chilly Reception Awaits Obama in Saudi Arabia

The president's visit Wednesday comes during one of the most public rifts between the two countries in their 83-year-old alliance. Senior American officials have recently directed harsh public rhetoric at Saudi Arabia as ongoing strategic disagreements fester with Riyadh over the Obama administration's policies in the Middle East. Read more in NEWS.

7. New Map Finds 2 Billion People at Risk of Zika Virus

A new global map calculating when and where Zika virus is likely to spread shows 2 billion people could be in the Zika zone. Read more in HEALTH.

8. BYU Student: I'm Being Punished for Reporting Rape

Madi Barney, who has gone public with her allegations against the conservative Mormon-run Brigham Young University, says the school is now blocking her from registering for classes and she has filed a sexual discrimination complaint with the feds. Read more in NEWS.