Data from all the states that have conducted exit polls so far — shows that with the exception of New Hampshire, Vermont and Wisconsin — Hillary Clinton has won women everywhere. Even in states like Michigan and Oklahoma that Clinton lost to Bernie Sanders, she's won women. Gender is essentially her safety net, and women's votes could be crucial in a general election match-up against Donald Trump.
Defense Secretary Ash Carter said two months ago he was confident that Saudi and the United Arab Emirates would provide commandos for the fight against ISIS.
The University of Connecticut women's basketball team won big at the NCAA championship. Renee Montagne talks to star point guard Moriah Jefferson about the Huskies' record-setting championships.
John Kasich is mathematically eliminated from getting a majority of delegates to get the GOP presidential nomination, but he polls well in a general election. Supporters hope he can get the nomination at a convention, but with each loss that becomes tougher.
Afghanistan's national unity government is struggling to survive. It faces internal divisions, an ailing economy, waning international interest and a widening conflict with the Taliban. The worsening situation has triggered a mass exodus of young Afghans. Yet some are staying home, hoping to save their nation by pressing for change from within.
Renee Montagne talks with Vermont Governor Peter Shumlin about banning all non-essential travel to Mississippi to protest a new law that allows people to deny certain services to lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender people, if providing them goes against a person's sincerely held religious beliefs.
Officials around the country are nervously planning ways to avoid long lines at the polls that have been seen already in Wisconsin and Arizona.
Brazil's political and economic meltdown is creating challenges for doctors trying to get a handle on the outbreak of Zika.
Amit Majmudar, Ohio's first Poet Laureate, spends his days looking for abnormalities in X-rays, CT scans and PET scans. He's given his latest poetry collection a provocative name: Dothead.
Tax Day falls three days later than usual this year, on April 18. Some families may need that extra time. Experts say changing family demographics are making filing taxes more complicated.
Sixty-five years of not knowing what happened to Sgt. Robert Dakin — who was declared missing in action in 1950 — took a toll on generations of his family.
U.S. drug company Pfizer announced it has terminated its merger agreement with Ireland-based Allergan. Pfizer says the decision was driven by anti-inversion rules introduced by the U.S. Treasury.
GOP presidential candidate Ted Cruz fended off the cheese hat, saying, "I would not presume to intrude on the elegance with which the people of Wisconsin wear those hats."
United Airlines says it is investigating why the flight attendant activated the emergency evacuation slide in Houston. She's been grounded while the investigation continues.