A lawsuit is imminent in the case of Joyce Curnell, a 50-year-old black woman who died in a South Carolina jail last summer after being arrested on a shoplifting-related warrant. Shockingly, Curnell was arrested at a hospital where she'd gone to be treated for gastroenteritis. In other news:
- Antonin Scalia was hanging out with the members of a weird Austrian hunting society when he died.
- SeaWorld admitted that it has sent employees to infilitrate animal rights groups using fake identies but promises it won't do it again.
- This week's Iranian election has already been been heavily influenced by unelected hardliners—but that doesn't mean its outcome won't be good for average Iranians (and for the U.S.).
- There are now pregnant women in the United States who have the Zika virus.
- And an AP poll found that a plurality of Americans support Bernie Sanders' single-payer health care plan in the abstract—but then change their minds when they're told what it would actually involve.
Have a good night.