1. FOR TRUMP, FEW LIMITS TO WIN-AT-ANY-COST APPROACH
AP’s Julie Pace finds the GOP front-runner continues to surprise with how far he’s willing to go in busting boundaries that restrain other candidates.
3. TWO PROPOSALS AT HEART OF LGBT RIGHTS
The governors of Georgia and North Carolina weighed different political calculations when they ruled on laws that affect the same-sex community.
4. HOW OBAMA’S VISIT MAY HAVE CHANGED CUBA
Leaders of the Communist Party are being hit with highly unusual public criticism from their own ranks for imposing new secrecy on social and economic reforms.
5. SUU KYI ALLY SWORN IN AS MYANMAR’S PRESIDENT
Htin Kyaw takes a big step in the country’s transition toward democracy after more than a half-century of direct and indirect military rule.
6. PROPOSALS TO INCREASE ACCESS TO FREE LAWYERS IN CIVIL CASES
The move comes as courts see a rise in poor defendants representing themselves — often ineffectively — in dire lawsuits involving eviction, foreclosure and child custody.
7. ALZHEIMER’S CARE AN EXPENSIVE UNDERTAKING
A survey finds loved ones providing financial support or care to people with dementia dip into their retirement savings, cut spending and sell assets to pay for expenses.
8. IT MAY NOT BE YOUR EYES
A new rating of the headlights of more than 30 midsized car models gave only one model a grade of “good,” which may explain why driving at night can be difficult.
9. PRIVACY CONCERNS PERSIST AFTER FEDS CRACK CODE
Apple remains in the dark about how to restore the security of its flagship product after the FBI hacks into an iPhone.
10. THE UNBREAKABLE SPIRIT OF CRAIG SAGER
The sideline reporter for Turner Sports continues to work NBA games despite his leukemia no longer being in remission.