Newt Gingrich had a not-very-convincing response about a Donald Trump presidency.
Emails Renew Questions About Clinton Foundation and State Dept. Overlap
A new batch of State Department emails includes requests to help a job seeker and a billionaire donor.
California Utility Found Guilty of Violations in 2010 Gas Explosion That Killed 8
A jury in San Francisco found that Pacific Gas & Electric violated pipeline safety laws when a blast leveled a neighborhood.
Paul Ryan Wins Republican Primary in Wisconsin
The House speaker defeated a political newcomer who had received a late surge of attention after being praised by Donald J. Trump.
Embattled University of California, Davis, Chancellor Resigns
Linda P.B. Katehi, who had been on leave since April, was accused of using university funds to eliminate negative online search results about the school over a 2011 pepper spray incident.
Zika Cases Rise in Miami, and Officials Try to Soothe Fears
Gov. Rick Scott of Florida said four more cases had been identified in the Wynwood neighborhood, the only place in the continental United States with active transmission.
Chicago Police Department Warns of Gangs’ Threats to Attack Officers
The department alerted officers that gang members are plotting to shoot police officers in retaliation for the police shooting of Paul O’Neal, a black teenager.