Nearly a decade and a half after 9/11 it's clear bin Laden changed the US forever, update on the citywide Seattle teachers' strike, Trump mocks Fiorina's face, REM blasts Trump and Cruz, and Walker says no more Syrian refugees.
Jessica Luther on gendered violence in sports, Zephyr Teachout's amazing and unlikely showing in the New York Democratic primary, and Obama says he doesn't need Congress' authorization to expand his war on ISIS.
The two stories of the Afghan election, a major breach in Internet security could leave millions vulnerable, and a silly Guardian op-ed on the benefits of straight-forward sexual advances.
Police continue to harass the Occupy camp in Union Square, March's dismal jobs number, and Barbara Walters interviews Jenna Talackova, the transgender Miss Universe contestant.