National polls at this point in the presidential primary process are not good predictors of what's going to happen in November, but they're by definition indicative of where national sentiment is at—and polls out today, at least, found that there is no clear national frontrunner in either party. First was a Quinnipiac survey that found Hillary Clinton leading Bernie Sanders by only two points nationally among Democrats, while a few minutes ago, the Wall Street Journal published the results of a poll that found Ted Cruz taking a two-point national lead over previous frontrunner Donald Trump.
In other news:
- Documentary filmmakers appear to have found footage of Bernie Sanders getting arrested during a 1963 civil rights protest in Chicago.
- Cruz called Trump's bluff on a threatened lawsuit.
- Here's how American reports on the mess over Antonin Scalia's vacant Supreme Court slot would read if said mess was taking place in another country.
- And ESPN showed an entire college basketball game from a camera angle that was frequently obscured by referees' butts.
Have a good night and watch out for butts!