Top Stories: Kentucky, Oregon Primaries; Kansas Voter Registration Ruling

May 18, 2016

Good morning, here are our early stories:

— Sanders Wins Oregon; Clinton Appears To Eke Out A Victory In Kentucky.

— Judge Blocks Kansas’ Proof-Of-Citizenship Voting Registration Requirement.

— WATCH: 109 MPH Winds On Mount Washington Lift Man Off His Feet.

And here are more early headlines:

Hundreds Missing In Sri Lanka After Mudslides. (Telegraph)

Vast Canadian Wildfire Still Out Of Control. (Guardian)

Mexican President Calls For Legal Same Sex Marriage. (Los Angeles Times)

U.S. Imposes Huge Tariffs On Chinese Steel Imports. (Reuters)

House Blocks Language Drafting Women For Military. (Military Times)

Senate Passes Zika Funding Bill, Approves More Money Than House. (The Hill)

Venezuelan Opposition Calls For Street Demonstrations Today. (BBC)

Yemeni Government Quits U.N. Backed Talks With Rebels. (VOA)

Everest Climbers Delayed By Strong Winds. (AP)

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