A federal judge in Detroit has ruled that Democratic Rep. John Conyers, the second-most-senior member of the U.S. House, will appear on the August primary ballot, overturning a decision by Michigan's secretary of state who said the candidacy was invalid.
Judge Matthew Leitman issued an injunction ordering Conyers' name to be placed on the ballot, The Associated Press says.
Now that the federal Centers for Disease Control and Prevention recommends a daily pill for people at substantial risk of becoming infected with the virus that causes AIDS, how likely is it that someone's health insurance will pay for it?
First off, the CDC recommendation isn't binding. Insurers aren't required to cover the drug for prevention at this time.
Donald Sterling, the Los Angeles Clippers owner who has been banned for life by the NBA for making racist remarks, has agreed to sell the team, according to reports. Both ESPN and TMZ say that Sterling will allow his wife, Shelly, to negotiate the deal.
Sterling "has signed the Los Angeles Clippers over to his wife," ABC News says, citing a source "close to the team."