U.S. to send more military forces to Syria.
Kasich-Cruz deal to stop Trump falters.
Saudi Arabia plans to end its “addiction to oil.”
Rough weather in store for the Midwest.
Brady’s suspension is reinstated.
The Tigers beat the A’s 7-3.
Two Russian attack planes buzzed a U.S. Navy destroyer in the Baltic.
Verizon workers on the East Coast go on strike.
Five big banks failed to meet government criterion for security against failure.
Louisiana governor reinstates LGBT protections in the state.
Seriously? Denny Hastert’s lawyers say he “doesn’t remember” an alleged sexual encounter with a 17-year-old wrestler.
The Tigers beat the Pirates 7-3 thanks to a grand slam by Jarrod Saltalamacchia.
Speaker Paul Ryan rules out run for White House again. (Watch this space.)
Brazilian congressional panel advances effort to impeach nation’s president.
Deutsche Bank says “nein” to expanding into North Carolina.
U.S. Navy may charge officer with espionage.
Judge Merrick Garland met Senate Judiciary Chair Chuck Grassley. Nothing happened.
The Tigers beat the Pirates 8-2.
A car bomb explodes in Turkey, killing seven police officers.
President Obama welcomed world leaders to Washington for a nuclear security summit.
Yet another mass shooting, this time at a bus station in Richmond, Virginia.
All talk… Two more GOP senators agree to meet with Judge Merrick Garland.
Mississippi joins the boycott-bait states thanks to the passage of a law that enshrines gay discrimination. (Like anyone would go there on purpose.)
R.I.P. Zaha Hadid, architect; the first woman to win the Pritzker Prize.
Rabbit, rabbit, rabbit.
President Obama commuted the sentences of 61 people convicted of non-violent drug offenses.
No charges filed in the Minneapolis shooting of an unarmed man by two police officers.
Washington Gov. Jay Inslee banned non-essential state travel to North Carolina because of the recently-passed LGBT law.
Ice sheet forecast suggests disastrous sea level rise by 2100.
F.D.A. eases abortion pill access.
EgyptAir hijacking ends peacefully.
President Obama announced new proposals to fight the opioid addiction epidemic.
North Carolina Attorney General Roy Cooper announced he will not defend the state’s new LGBTQ discrimination law. (Cooper is the current governor’s opponent in this year’s election.)
The Supreme Court wants to hear more on the Obamacare contraception case.
The Justice Department vs. Apple case is officially over.
Capitol Hill shooting — One police officer slightly wounded, gunman in custody.
Prosecutors in Belgium released the one suspect in custody in the bombing last week for lack of evidence.
California goes for the $15 an hour minimum wage.
Idaho allows those 21 and older carry a concealed gun without a permit within city limits.
Now we have “induced earthquakes.” I wonder what the frack is causing them.
Not something you want to wake up to.
At least two explosions rocked the check-in zone of Brussels Airport Tuesday, killing and wounding several people, while another blast shook a metro station in the Belgian capital.
Officials raised the terror threat level, shut down all public transport in the city and advised locals to stay indoors as the crisis unfolded.
Federal police later confirmed that an explosion occurred at Maalbeck metro station, which is located near European Union institution buildings.
Passengers fled the airport’s departures hall after the first incident around 8 a.m. local time (3 a.m. ET).
So far no one or group has laid claim to the attacks.
John Kerry: ISIS has committed genocide.
Obama quietly suggests its time to unite behind Hillary Clinton.
Apple engineers talk of refusing to unlock iPhone.
Spring surprise: Winter storm heads for Northeast.
Florida budget loses $256 million to line-item vetoes.
Cue Steve Martin: King Tut is back in the news.
Merrick Garland is President Obama’s pick for the Supreme Court.
American ISIS fighter is a “gold mine” for U.S. intelligence.
U.S. hits North Korea with new sanctions for nuclear tests.
Denmark regains its standing as the “happiest nation.”
What if Fox had a debate and nobody came?
R.I.P. Frank Sinatra, Jr., 72.
Car bomb in Turkish capital kills scores of people.
Sixteen killed in terrorist attack in resort city in Ivory Coast.
Police use pepper spray on protestors outside Trump rally in Kansas City.
Flooding worsens in South as the rains finally let up.
Man arrested after Iditarod accident kills one dog, injures six.
President Obama welcomed Canadian Prime Minister Trudeau to the White House.
Michigan Gov. Snyder released more e-mails related to Flint’s water crisis.
Trump supporter charged with assaulting protestor. (Yes, he was wearing a brown shirt.)
Senate votes 94-1 to pass bill to combat drug abuse.
Brazil seeks to arrest ex-president for graft.