Clinton Claims Victory, Sanders Digs In. What’s Next?

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After primary victories on Tuesday, Hillary Clinton addressed a crowd in Brooklyn, acknowledging the historic moment: it appears she’ll be the first woman in history to be nominated by a major American political party for the presidency. But Bernie Sanders wasn’t having any of it. In a speech in Santa Monica, he vowed to press on to the Democratic convention in July. What does this portend for the campaign going forward? Then, since his death last week, many have called Muhammad Ali the greatest American Muslim. He was one of America’s most famous Muslims, but there are many notable American Muslims. Who are they? Next, humans don’t need to be part of a tribe in order to survive and we don’t need to sacrifice for the common good. Could that be why there are so many problems in American society? That’s the idea in a new book by Sebastian Junger called, “Tribe: On Homecoming and Belonging.” And finally, exploring the world of exotic milks with Katherine Spiers.

Banner image: Democratic U.S. presidential candidate Hillary Clinton greets supporters during her California primary night rally held in the Brooklyn borough of New York, U.S., June 7, 2016. REUTERS/Shannon Stapleton