Election 2016: Oregon Primary and Kentucky Democrat primary held are held today as voters go out and cast their votes. Kentucky primary offers 55 delegates and Oregon 61 delegates; Bernie Sanders and Hillary Clinton battle for the win. Clinton currently with 2,240 delegates and Sander behind with 1,473 delegates… 2,383 needed for the Democratic nomination. On the other hand, Donald Trump takes on Oregon and its 28 delegates. Trump is the presumptive nominee as he is the only GOP candidate left with 1,143 delegates (1,237 for nomination). Fox New reporter Megyn Kelly’s interview with Trump will air tonight at 8 p.m ET on Fox broadcast network.
U.S. Senate: Senate passes bill allowing for survivors and families of those killed on September 11, 2001, terrorist attacks to file lawsuits against Saudi Arabia as officials believe the country had a role in attacks. The bill Justice Against Sponsors of Terrorism Act (JASTA) passed the Senate unanimously; the bill will now head to the House of Reps if approved by both houses and President, JASTA will allow for lawsuits to begin in federal courts. President Obama’s administration has lobbied against the bill, Saudia Arabia denies any involvement in terrorist attacks and has threatened to sell its $750 billion U.S. bonds if the bill passes.
World: Mexico’s president Enrique Peña Nieto has called for the nationwide legalisation of same-sex marriage. President Nieto signed initiatives proposing marriage equality in Mexico’s constitution after meeting with LGBT groups in National Day Against Homophobia.
Science/Tech/Health: Google has launched a new group messaging app called Spaces to take Google+ over. This app allows for members to discuss a particular interest inviting friends to join the conversation including email and social media. The app is built in with YouTube, Google Search and Chrome.
Sports: NBA playoffs; Oklahoma City Thunder upset Warriors in game one winning 108-102 at Oracle Arena. In the Eastern Conference, Toronto Raptors face the Cleveland Cavaliers in game one of the serious this evening at 5:30 p.m. ET on ESPN.