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. HOW FRONT-RUNNERS VIEW UPCOMING CONTESTS
Donald Trump aims for a sweep of all five Northeastern states holding primaries, while Hillary Clinton is already looking past Democratic rival Bernie Sanders.
2. STORMS COULD BRING POWERFUL TORNADOES TO PLAINS
School districts and authorities brace for the possibility of a severe weather outbreak that could produce powerful, long-track twisters and large hail to the Great Plains.
3. MORE THAN 50 ARRESTED PROTESTING NEW NORTH CAROLINA LAW
A day of protests and arrests around the statehouse marks what's likely to be weeks of impassioned debate over a law limiting protections for LGBT people.
4. JOHNNY MANZIEL INDICTMENT EXPECTED
His attorney tells the AP he expects for the former NFL quarterback to be charged with misdemeanor assault related to family violence.
5. WHAT PRINCE'S LONGTIME LAWYER IS SAYING
L. Londell McMillan tells the AP the death of the superstar was a complete shock and says the singer lived a clean and healthy lifestyle, disputing suggestions he had a drug addiction.
6. WHO SAYS IT KILLED LGBT ADVOCATE
The banned group Ansar-al Islam, the Bangladeshi branch of al-Qaida on the Indian subcontinent, claims responsibility for the killings of a gay rights activist and his friend in the capital, Dhaka.
7. EGYPT LOOKS TO AVERT WATER CRISIS
A small, relatively cheap plow changes the way Egyptians farm, a new tool that could one day help the arid nation alleviate water shortages.
8. BUDDHIST CHANTING CATCHING ON IN INDIA
Hindu practitioners say it helps participants seek spiritual solace or just a break from the constant cacophony of New Delhi's congested streets.
9. UNION: TAMIR RICE SETTLEMENT MONEY SHOULD HELP EDUCATE KIDS
The Cleveland police union says the family of a 12-year-old black boy shot dead by a white police officer while playing with a pellet gun should use money from the $6 million settlement to educate children, comments the family's attorney criticized.
10. WHY LATEST 'DEFLATEGATE' RULING RANKLED UNION
Reinstatement of Tom Brady's four-game suspension affirms NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell's power -- a major point of contention for the NFL Players Association.