Front Page: Most Popular Stories from NBC News

Wife Put in Freezer, Body Parts Burned in ‘Horror House’
A prosecutor said that the torture that lead to the deaths of the two women was not driven by sexual motives.

Half of All Teens Say They’re Addicted to Their Phones
The report from Common Sense Media, which studies children’s use of technology, is based on a survey of more than 1,200 teenagers and parents.

Three Possible Outcomes From Indiana’s GOP Primary
First Read is a morning briefing from Meet the Press and the NBC Political Unit on the day’s most important political stories and why they matter.

‘Hamilton’ Scores Record-Breaking 16 Tony Nominations
Lin-Manuel Miranda’s hip-hop-flavored musical about the first U.S. treasury secretary regularly pulls in $1.5 million a week to sold-out audience.

ISIS Attack Kills U.S. Navy SEAL in Iraq
Defense Secretary Ash Carter said the incident “shows that it’s a serious fight that we have to wage” against ISIS.

Detroit Grapples With Water Shutoffs, Teacher Walkouts
Almost all of Detroit’s schools were closed for a second day, and thousands of residents face having their water shut off.

Flint Residents Hope Obama’s Visit Will Stir Waters of Change
As President Obama prepared to visit Flint, Michigan on Wednesday, residents hope his visit will shine a light on the water crisis.

College Football Player Dies in Motorcycle Accident
Troy University is mourning the “tragic death” of a member of its football team over the weekend, officials said.

Johnson & Johnson Fined $55M in Baby Powder Case
Johnson & Johnson must pay $55 million to a woman who said using the company’ s talc-powder for feminine hygiene caused her to develop ovarian cancer.

U.S. Servicemen Catch Kids Thrown From Blazing Building
Video captured American servicemen in South Korea helping coordinate the rescue of three young children from a building billowing with smoke.

London Poised to Elect Muslim Mayor After ‘Nasty’ Campaign
Opinion polls suggest London is about to elect a Muslim mayor after a campaign that has earned comparisons to the chaotic U.S. presidential race.

American Serviceman Killed in Combat in Iraq
Defense Secretary Ash Carter confirmed that an American serviceman died near the Iraqi city of Irbil.

KNOW IT ALL: Tuesday’s Top Stories at NBC News
It could all come to an end in Indiana today, and other stories we’re following this morning.

If the 2016 Presidential Election Were Held Today …
In a theoretical match-up, 43 percent of registered voters would support Clinton and 37 percent would support Trump.

Rescued Circus Lions Take First Steps of Freedom in Africa
Dozens of lions rescued from circuses in South America have been airlifted to their new home — a wildlife sanctuary in South Africa.

Raised by War: What It’s Like to Come of Age in Iraq
The lives of young Iraqis have been shaped by economic sanctions, the U.S. invasion, and the conflicts that were at least partly born from it.

Bitcoin Mystery: Search for Founder May Not Be Over
For many in the tech world, the identity of bitcoin’s elusive creator has been a long-running parlor game.

Former 49ers Player Charged With Raping Disabled Woman
Dana Stubblefield, 45, faces five felony counts related to the alleged assault, according to the DA’s office.

Refs Admit to Missing Late Call as Spurs Fall to Thunder
Manu Ginobili said it perfectly after the game: This one play, this one sequence is not why the Spurs lost Game 2 of their series against the Thunder.

Celebs Glam It Up at Met Gala
Celebrities feted the annual Met Gala on with sparkly metallics and shiny, futuristic-looking fabrics.

Wrestling Hall of Fame Boots Dennis Hastert
The Hall of Fame said this is the first time it has ever revoked its highest honors for anyone in its 40 years of existence.

NY Students Indicted For Lying About Racial Attack
The indictment also accused the students of assaulting — or attempting to assault — passengers on the Albany bus that they claimed to have been attacked on.

This Dad is Melting Thousands of Crayons for Sick Kids
Brian Ware collects thousands of used crayons, which he then melts down and reshapes into new crayons for children at local hospitals.

Why Indiana Is a Turning Point in the GOP Race
The Cruz campaign is putting everything it has into an Indiana turnaround, but Trump’s support from Republican elites appears to be snowballing.

Scientists Eye 3 New Earth-Sized Worlds in Hunt for E.T.
Astronomers searching for life beyond our solar system may need to look no farther than a little, feeble nearby star.

Can’t Sleep? New Study Says Try Therapy, Not Pills
People with insomnia should try counseling before they turn to pills, which often carry dangerous side-effects, a doctors’ group advised Monday.

Man’s Protest of Bathroom Policy Causes Panic in Target
An ‘active shooter’ report inside a Chicago-area Target led to the arrest of a man who said he was protesting the store’s bathroom policies.

Toddler Survives 90-Foot Cliff Fall That Killed Mom
‘His foot wiggled on a rock and he started to go down. She just did what she instinctively thought to do and that was go after him.’

Hillary Clinton Apologizes to Coal Country
Hillary Clinton, in a rare candid moment on the trail, apologized to a man who confronted her over comments made earlier this year.

Abused Circus Lions Find Freedom in South Africa Sanctuary
Thirty-three lions rescued from South American circuses landed in South Africa where they were released into a bush sanctuary for big cats.

FBI at Home of Reputed Mobster Linked to Art Heist
The FBI is at the Manchester, CT home of Robert Gentile, a reputed mobster who the FBI has accused of being linked to stolen paintings.

White House: We’re Cool With Larry Wilmore’s N-Word
The president ‘said that he appreciated the spirit of the sentiments that Mr. Wilmore expressed,’ White House press secretary Josh Earnest said.

No Charges for Police in Man’s Death After Repeat Tasings
Prosecutors have decided not to charge officers in the death of Linwood Lambert, a Virginia man who died in custody after repeated tasings in 2013

Hulk Sues Gawker, Again, Over Racist Comment Leak
The ex-pro wrestler’s new lawsuit comes on the heels of winning a $140 million verdict in a sex tape claim against Gawker.

CCTV Image Released of Missing Florida Air Force Vet Mom
The image appeared to show 30-year-old Tricia Todd ‘in good spirits’ in a grocery store, officials said.

Balancing Act: Woman Walks Slackline Over Jerusalem
American Heather Larsen wowed crowds as she performed the splits walking along a slackline above Jerusalem’s old city.

Sandusky Presses Appeal, Wants to Question Witnesses
Jerry Sandusky’s effort to get his child molestation convictions thrown out ran into tough questioning Monday.

Feds Foil Alleged Plot to Bomb Jewish Center
The FBI says the man planned to claim it was an ISIS attack to ‘make it look like it’s ISIS here in America.’

Virginia GOPers to Sue Over Felons’ Voting Rights
Virginia Republicans said they plan to challenge Gov. Terry McAuliffe’s order that restored the right to vote to more than 200,000 former felons.

BREAKING: Leicester City Win Premier League in Miracle Fashion

Obama Hasn’t Read Secret 9/11 Pages: White House
‘I’m not sure that he felt that it was necessary for him to read those 28 pages,’ press secretary Josh Earnest said Monday.

Cruz Clashes With Trump Supporter
While campaigning in Indiana, Senator Ted Cruz had an extended exchange with a Trump supporter. Despite talking about gun rights, immigration and ISIS

Sanders and Clinton Run in Different Directions
Hillary Clinton has pivoted her campaign focus to the general election while Bernie Sanders plans for a “contested” convention.

Man Convicted of Brooklyn Murder Exonerated After 52 Years
Come November, 81-year-old Paul Gatling will get to do something that many Americans take for granted — he’ll get to vote.

‘Solar Impulse’ Takes Off From California for Arizona
The Swiss-made Solar Impulse 2 flew from Mountain View south of San Francisco shortly after 5 a.m. Monday for an expected 16- hour trip to Phoenix.

Possible New Particle Creates Buzz as CERN Revs Up
In a surprise development in December, two separate LHC detectors each turned up faint signs that could indicate a new particle.

Two U.S. Missionaries Found Slain in Jamaica
Jamaican authorities identified the murdered missionaries as Randy Hentzel, 48, and Harold Nichols, 53.

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