10 Things to Know for Today
Your daily look at late-breaking news, upcoming events and the stories that will be talked about today:
1. WHO HAD MOST TO LOSE IN LATEST PRIMARY
Donald Trump emerges from Wisconsin as a damaged Republican front-runner following a crushing loss to rival Ted Cruz.
2. PRESIDENT WARMING UP TO BEING 'CRITICIZER IN CHIEF'
Obama is slowly embracing his role as the anti-Trump, taking on the Republican front-runner in ways that no other Democrat can.
3. BATTLE BETWEEN RELIGIOUS AND GAY RIGHTS SPLITS GOP STATES
The bills that protect those who refuse on religious grounds to provide services to same-sex couples could benefit court clerks, photographers, florists, bakers and others who say gay marriage goes against their beliefs.
4. SCRUTINY ON OFFICIALS WORLDWIDE INCREASES IN OFFSHORE LEAKS
Iceland's prime minister becomes the first major figure brought down by the leak of millions of records on shell companies.
5. WHY PAKISTAN STRUGGLES IN ANTI-TERROR FIGHT
Politicians openly consort with leaders of banned militant groups, and sympathy exists within the security forces and civil administration for perpetrators of crimes committed in the name of religion.
6. LATEST HEALTH CRISIS SHIFTS FUNDING FOCUS
The Obama administration will transfer leftover money from the largely successful fight against Ebola to combat the growing threat of the Zika virus, congressional officials say.
7. RIGHTS GROUP: DRAMATIC INCREASE IN EXECUTIONS IN 2015
Amnesty International reports that there was a 54 percent increase in executions globally last year, with Iran, Pakistan and Saudi Arabia responsible for nearly 90 percent of the killings.
8. WHAT NEW PARENTAL LEAVE POLICY MEANS IN SAN FRANCISCO
Officials buttress their efforts to make life a little more affordable for workers who eke out a living in one of the most expensive cities in the country.
9. ROCKER: 'I'M ALWAYS NERVOUS'
Patrick Carney, drummer for the Grammy Award-winning rock duo The Black Keys, calms himself long enough to throw out the ceremonial first pitch at the Cleveland Indians' opener.
10. MOVE OVER, WIZARD OF WESTWOOD
UConn women's basketball coach Geno Auriemma passes UCLA's John Wooden with his 11th national title, as the Huskies win their fourth straight national championship, 82-51 over Syracuse.
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