Front Page: Most Popular Stories from NBC News

Ted Cruz Vows to Continue Campaign If He Loses Indiana
Ted Cruz vowed to “absolutely” stay in the race for the Republican presidential nomination even if he loses Indiana’s primary on Tuesday.

Prince’s Family Heads to Court to Settle His Estate
They didn’t stay there long.

CIA Live-Tweets Bin Laden Raid, Internet Gets Confused
The move that was slammed on social media as “inappropriate” and “distasteful.”

Trump on the Cusp of Putting Away the GOP Race
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.

Meet ‘Exhibit A’ in Battle Over Unforgiving Drug Laws
How a former addict and petty criminal became “Exhibit A” in the debate over mandatory minimum drug sentences.

Australian Man Claims He is Bitcoin Inventor
For years, news organizations have been investigating who the real founder of bitcoin is, but nobody knew who was behind the cryptocurrency.

KNOW IT ALL: Monday’s Top Stories at NBC News
Sanders says he’s in it to win it and Malia Obama chooses a college. See the stories we’re following today.

Miracle or ‘Hogwash’? Russians Embrace Fire Ritual
The ancient mystery of the “Holy Fire” has risen to great prominence in the Russian Orthodox church in the years since its post-Soviet resurgence.

Nanny Spies Gather the Goods for Worried Parents
While many caretakers are great, some are not — and a cottage industry of nanny spies has cropped up to bust, or in some cases fix, ones who aren’t.

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