Six things to know – 3/30/16
Here are six things to know for today.
The Republican presidential nominee may not be able to count on the support of his rivals. John Kasich and Ted Cruz didn’t answer the question directly at a town hall last night. Donald Trump said he won’t honor his pledge to support the other two.
Hillary Clinton says she is open to the idea of a debate in New York with Democratic rival Bernie Sanders ahead of the state’s primary. 291 delegates are available in that primary on Tuesday, April 19. No word yet on when that debate might happen.
Apple has concerns about the privacy of its iPhones after the FBI broke into the phone of one of the San Bernardino shooters. The FBI still hasn’t told Apple how they were able to hack into the phone.
Jerry Walker is expected back in court this morning. He is accused of lying during a school hearing to appeal his termination from Paducah Middle School. A number of his coworkers testified they never saw him at the track meet he was supposed to attend that weekend. He is accused of using school funds to meet up with a girlfriend instead.
The Supreme Court is making an extraordinary request in the latest challenge to the Affordable Care Act, a compromise. Without Justice Antonin Scalia, the court appears destined for more 4-4 stalemates.
Today is Manatee Appreciation Day. The day is devoted to raising awareness about these endangered animals so we can continue to enjoy them for many years to come.