Super Tuesday 3: Big Wins For Trump, Kasich, Clinton; Rubio Drops Out:
Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump won pivotal primaries Tuesday, while Gov. John Kasich’s long-awaited debut victory in his home state of Ohio raised the chances of a historic GOP convention fight.
A humiliating loss on home ground in Florida, meanwhile,ended the White House dreams of Sen. Marco Rubio, who was once hailed as a Republican Party savior.
Clinton took big strides toward the Democratic nomination by winning Florida and North Carolina. And in crucial victories, she stopped Bernie Sanders in his tracks in the industrial Midwest by taking Ohio and Illinois.
Vetting Closed, Obama Closer To Naming Supreme Court Nominee:
President Barack Obama’s team has finished the critical work of vetting potential candidates for the Supreme Court nomination, and a decision by the President could be announced as early as Wednesday, several sources tell CNN.
The formal process of scrubbing candidates’ records and backgrounds is complete, according to sources familiar with the process.
“The groundwork has been methodical and is done,” one of the sources told CNN on Tuesday.
LeBron James Says Sons Chose Numbers in Honor of Steph Curry, Russell Westbrook:
It would be understandable if LeBron James’ sons, LeBron Jr. (aka Bronny) and Bryce, chose to wear either No. 23 or No. 6 in honor of their father.
However, the James kids elect to wear other numbers—in honor of other NBA stars. And the Cleveland Cavaliers superstar is perfectly fine with it.
The 31-year-old James tweeted out his sons’ latest highlight reel on Monday to show the world that his kids have game. Some may have noticed that Bronny was sporting No. 0 and Bryce had No. 30 on his uniform. When most NBA fans see those numbers, the Oklahoma City Thunder’s Russell Westbrook and the Golden State Warriors’ Stephen Curry come to mind.
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