Hillary Clinton talks about a Clinton-Obama ticket on Wednesday morning.
HARRY SMITH: And very quickly, we talked to a lot of people in Ohio who said there really isn’t that significant a difference between you two, and they’d like to see you both on the ticket.
SEN. CLINTON: Well, that may, you know, be where this is headed. But, of course, we have to decide who’s on the top of the ticket. (Laughs.) And I think that the people of Ohio very clearly said that it should be me. And, after all, no one in recent history has won the presidency who did not win their party’s primary in Ohio, Harry. You know, Ohio —
MR. SMITH: As Ohio goes, yeah.
Denver is two wins away from its first NBA title.
The world premiere drama by Grippo Stage Company limps and falters where it should float and sting.
Authorities received reports that a black bear had been spotted near Gurnee Mills mall. The public is asked to call authorities and not interact with bears.
The Vatican said there were no complications in the three-hour surgery. The pope will be hospitalized for several days, and papal audiences are canceled through June 18.