Tuesday's Morning Email: What To Watch In Tuesday's Primaries

Tuesday's Morning Email: What To Watch In Tuesday's Primaries

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As Pennsylvania, Connecticut, Delaware, Maryland and Rhode Island head to the polls, Clinton and Trump are expected to further strengthen their leads. Cruz and Kasich's pact to stop Trump by coordinating their resources quickly weakened yesterday. Here's what to watch for tonight. [NYT]

"The Islamic State is operating clandestine terrorist cells in Britain, Germany and Italy, similar to the groups that carried out the attacks in Paris and Brussels, the top-ranking American intelligence official said on Monday." [NYT]

Just two weeks after Russia's buzzover flight on a U.S. carrier in the Baltic Sea. [CNN]

Here's what that means for the division of his estate. His record sales have jumped 40,000 percent since his death. [USA Today]

The New England Patriots quarterback's suspension for four games for "Deflategate" will kick back in this season after a panel of the United States Court of Appeals ruled. [ESPN]

"If it succeeds, it could lay the ground for China to conduct combat operations as far afield as the Middle East and Africa. That would mark a milestone in the nation’s emergence from a period of isolationism that began under the Ming Dynasty in the 15th century." [WSJ]

We are a bit terrified of his version of a War Room. [Andy Kroll, HuffPost]


It's amazing what people will do for a few extra graham crackers. [WaPo]

"Celebrity cheating scandals (whether they’re true or not) are as old as time, but thanks to social media, there’s a new kind of character involved in the drama: The Person Who Hints That Maybe They Were Sort Of Involved and Appears to Be Bragging About It Online." [WaPo]

Is super excited about Disney's new movie release schedule. [Variety]

Well, we hope so. [BBC]

202 days and counting ’til we have it in hand. [Vulture]

Looks like Will Ferrell will be playing an Uber driver forced to help an escaped convict. Five stars for casting. [Vanity Fair]

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Using a lemonade stand. [HuffPost]

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~ The trick to getting those pesky price adhesive stickers off anything.

~ Tiger Woods played his first round of golf in eight months yesterday.

~ Looks like the Pulitzer Prize committee did some plagiarizing of their own.

~ Inside the dreams of the blind.

~ Had a rough day yesterday? Here's how to make sure your weekend activities don't ruin your sleep.

~ Jennifer Hudson is set to headline the next NBC live musical -- "Hairspray Live!"

~ A federal judge held up the voter ID law in North Carolina.

~ What emojis have to do with the "future of advertising."

~ Prince Harry and Prince William might have cameos in the next "Star Wars" installment. Our jealousy grows by the minute.

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