Hillary Clinton officially claimed the Democratic presidential nomination Tuesday night after winning primary races in New Jersey, New Mexico, South Dakota, and likely (though it's still not official) California; Sen. Bernie Sanders was victorious in Montana and South Dakota.
- Clinton and Donald Trump played the magnanimous card in their respective speeches last night, each calling for "unity" and welcoming Bernie Sanders supporters to their flocks. Trump also took a page from Rick Astley, declaring that he would "never, ever let [us] down."
- Republican Sen. Mark Kirk takes back his Trump endorsement.
- Washington, D.C., will join the ranks of U.S. cities with a $15 minimum wage.
- Capitalism doesn't "care" for women, but it has made life easier for them.
- Once again: no, the average age of minors in prostitution is not 13-years-old.
- Tennesse's "Blue Lives Matter" bill would make cops a protected class for hate-crime purposes.
- As porn goes, so goes technology.
- Democrats and Republicans in Congress voted overwhelmingly for a new chemical safety act; it now heads to the White House.