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Hillary Clinton may have already captured enough delegates to win the nomination, but six primary contests remain and Bernie Sanders isn’t conceding anything just yet. California, Montana, New Jersey, New Mexico and South Dakota vote in Democratic and GOP primaries, while North Dakota Democrats hold a caucus. Bernie Sanders, who is in a tight battle with Clinton in California — the biggest delegate prize — has said he will campaign right up to the party’s July convention.
The Cincinnati Zoo’s Gorilla World exhibit will reopen Today for the first time since zoo officials fatally shot Harambe, the 17-year-old gorilla. The gorilla dragged a 3-year-old boy who had climbed over a barrier and dropped into the exhibit’s moat. The barrier has been modified to better separate humans and animals. The killing of Harambe set off a fierce debate over who was to blame. The local prosecutor announced yesterday that no charges will be filed against the boy’s mother.
Fire next to plane causes flight delay at Sea-Tac Airport –A piece of equipment used to jump-start airplane engines caught fire Monday morning, causing a flight delay. No one was injured in the fire, and the plane was not damaged.