Front Page: Most Popular Stories from NBC News

Ted Cruz hugs running-mate Carly Fiorina just before announcing that he is suspending his campaign for president at a campaign event during Indiana primary night in Indianapolis, Indiana, May 3, 2016. REUTERS/Chris Bergin

Here are the Top Stories from NBC News.

Anonymous Begins ’30-Day Hack Attack’ on Banks
Greece’s central bank became the target of a cyber attack by activist hacking group Anonymous on Tuesday which disrupted service of its website.

Navy SEAL Killed by ISIS Was Grandson of Notorious Banker
Keating IV, 31, had been advising and assisting Kurdish Peshmerga forces north of Mosul on Tuesday when he was killed.

What Friends, Foes Think of Trump’s Likely Nomination
After an unlikely rise, Donald Trump is now the likely Republican presidential nominee.

KNOW IT ALL: Wednesday’s Top 7 Stories at NBC News
A look at the key headlines.

Trump ‘Confident’ He Can Unite ‘Much’ of GOP
In a live phone interview with TODAY’s Matt Lauer and Savannah Guthrie, Donald Trump says he was not expecting Ted Cruz to drop out of the GOP race.

‘Real-Life Fairy Tale’ Gives Hope to Terrible Teams’ Fans
Across social media, fans compared Leicester City’s win to a Braves World Series. Or a Cleveland Browns Super Bowl. Or a Philadelphia 76ers NBA title.

The U.S. Is Not Ready for Zika, Experts Agree
Zika virus is going to start spreading in the U.S. and the country’s not ready for it, experts said Tuesday.

Best Treatment for Kids’ ADHD Is Therapy For Parents
The best treatment for attention deficit/hyperactivity disorder in young kids is therapy – for the parents – federal health experts said Tuesday.

‘Apocalyptic’ Fire Sends Entire City of 60,000 Fleeing
Authorities said the fire near the Fort McMurray, a city of 61,000 people, was too dangerous for firefighters to tackle.

Artist Behind Viral Nude Trump Says She Was Attacked
Artist Illma Gore says an attacker jumped out of a car in her Los Angeles neighborhood, punched her in the face and yelled “Trump 2016.”

15 Years Later, Robert Blake’s Private Eye Speaks Out
It was a whodunit made for Hollywood.

Black Panthers Speak on Afeni Shakur’s Legacy

Cruz Accidentally Elbows Wife After Dropping Out
Sen. Ted Cruz gave his wife, Heidi an accidental elbow to the cheek while trying to have a group hug with her and his father. Cruz suspended his campaign following Tuesday’s loss in Indiana.

Indiana Democrats Throw Bernie Sanders a Lifeline
“We are in this campaign to win and we’re going to fight until the last vote is cast,” Sanders said after a projected win in Indiana Tuesday.

It’s Donald Trump’s GOP After Ted Cruz Drops Out
RNC chairman Reince Priebus was among those Tuesday to say the Republicans needed to unite behind a candidate to defeat Hillary Clinton.

Italy Court Rules Stealing Food Not a Crime — if Hungry
Stealing a little food should not be considered a crime if you really need it, Italy’s highest court has ruled.

Arrest Made in Abduction and Death of New Mexico Girl, 11
Tom Begaye, 27, of Waterflow, was arrested Tuesday hours after the FBI pledged to leave no stone unturned to find the person who killed Ashlynn Mike.

Navy SEAL Killed by ISIS Was Grandson of Notorious Banker
Keating IV, 31, had been advising and assisting Kurdish Peshmerga forces north of Mosul on Tuesday when he was killed.

Out-of-Control Wildfire Evacuates Canadian City of 60,000
Authorities said the fire near the Fort McMurray, a city of 61,000 people, was too dangerous for firefighters to tackle.

Sanders Senses ‘Momentum’ After Indiana Primary Win
But the outcome is all but certain not to impact Hillary Clinton’s march to the Democratic nomination.

Ted Cruz Ends 2016 Presidential Campaign
Texas Sen. Ted Cruz will end his presidential campaign on Tuesday after failing to top Donald Trump in the Indiana Republican primary.

Oklahoma Neighborhood Embraces Wild Wolf

‘Big Box of Blood’ Found in Middle of Wisconsin Road
The Red Cross confirmed that it had received only five boxes of a six-box shipment of donated human blood.

Civil Rights Group Sues ‘Whites Only’ Cemetery in Texas
A Latino civil rights organization is suing a cemetery association in South Texas for turning away a deceased Mexican man’s remains.

Fla. Sheriff: No Evidence Tying Anyone to Mom’s Disappearance
‘It’s a very, very perplexing and mystifying case,’ Sheriff William Snyder said of the disappearance of Tricia Todd.

Trump Wins Indiana Primary, Setting Path to GOP Nomination
His fate as the GOP standard-bearer could be all but sealed in Indiana Tuesday despite frantic efforts from within his own party to halt his success.

Student Who Got Into All 8 Ivies Picks Her College
The Long Island, New York, high school senior who got into 12 colleges, including all eight Ivies, has announced her plans for the fall.

Attention, Baby Boomers: This Is the Rock Concert for You
The assembly of rock gods will gather at the Empire Polo Field in Indio, California, where the musical festival Coachella is held.

Fact-Check: Can Talcum Powder Really Cause Cancer?
Johnson & Johnson lost a second lawsuit when a Missouri jury ordered the company to pay $55 million to a woman with ovarian cancer.

‘Forced Exile,’ Say Puerto Ricans Reluctantly Leaving Island
More professionals are reluctantly leaving Puerto Rico as the financial crisis deepens.

Trump’s Long History of Conspiracy Theories
Trump reminded us Tuesday that the Republican Party is on the verge of nominating a conspiracy theorist who uses debunked rumors against his enemies.

Ex-NY Assembly Speaker Sheldon Silver Gets 12 Years Behind Bars
Former New York Assembly Speaker Sheldon Silver has been sentenced to 12 years behind bars for trading favors to enrich himself, then lying about it.

Watch Justin Trudeau’s Macho Challenge to Obama, Prince Harry
Canada’s prime minister showed some raw power as he announced his country’s wounded vets are ready for the upcoming Invictus Games in Orlando, Florida.

Historic Snafu: Marines Investigating Iwo Jima Photo
The Marines have launched an investigation into a potentially historic snafu involving one of the most famous images from World War II

Hijacked D.C. Metrobus Hits, Kills Gas Station Worker
Police say the suspects were armed, possibly with a knife.

Pentagon Tests Out ‘Sea Hunter,’ 132-Foot Robot Ship
The Pentagon on Monday showed off the world’s largest unmanned surface vessel, a self-driving 132- foot ship able to travel up to 10,000 nautical miles on its own to hunt for stealthy submarines and underwater mines. The military’s research arm, the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency, or DARPA, in conjunction with the Navy will be testing the ship off the…

Israeli Sentenced to Life in Killing of Palestinian Teen
A Jerusalem court on Tuesday handed a life sentence to Yosef Haim Ben David, the main attacker in the burning death of Mohammed Abu Khdeir, 16.

Dear Mama: Mother of Rap Artist Tupac Dies at 69
The mother of late rap artist Tupac Shakur, activist Afeni Shakur Davis, died Monday, officials said. She was 69 years old.

This Is Why You Don’t Expose Yourself in a Yearbook Photo
“He was dared by a football teammate,” said Steve Berry, a spokesman for the Mesa Police Department.

The Road to Rio: Olympic Flame Arrives in Brazil
The Olympic flame is due to arrive in Brazil on Tuesday, where it will be carried on a relay route designed to showcase its beauty and diversity.

‘Pharma Bro’ May Be Hit With New Charges: Prosecutor
Prosecutors announced Tuesday morning that there is potential for a superceding indictment against Martin Shkreli, including securities fraud.

Cops Got Unverified Tip About Prince and Cocaine
The 911 call came from a woman in Germany but authorities did not investigate because no proof of drug use was offered.

Cruz Calls Trump ‘Serial Philanderer,’ ‘Pathological Liar’
Ted Cruz went on a blistering ramble against Donald Trump on Tuesday, delivering a list of stinging personal attacks that included calling the GOP fro

‘Kill! Kill!’ China Turns to Rap for Army Recruitment
A new hip-hop video released by China’s People’s Liberation Army (PLA), which is aimed at boosting recruitment numbers.

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