Super Tuesday super-results are about to start rolling in, with polls in three states closing at 7 p.m., and the good news is that Slate campaign blogger and generally super guy Josh Voorhees has written the definitive guide to interpreting tonight's outcomes in the larger context of the 2016 campaign. In other news:
- Ivy League football coaches voted to eliminate tackling during in-season practices.
- A study linked the Zika virus to cases of a neurological disorder called Guillain-Barré Syndrome.
- Hundreds of people marched in Raleigh after a 24-year-old black man was killed by police.
And in Donald Trump news:
- A New York appellate panel ruled that a fraud lawsuit against "Trump University" can proceed.
- Trump did several favors for a three-time felon/cocaine trafficker during the 1980s.
- A group of black students was escorted out of a Trump rally at Valdosta State University, though it's not clear who decided they needed to be removed.
- Hillary Clinton's large team of advisors is turning its attention to a presumed general-election matchup with the Trump Man.
Have a good night.