1. A LIGHT AMID QUAKE TRAGEDY
Crowds cheer as a teenage boy is pulled from the wreckage of a Kathmandu building that collapsed five days ago when a massive temblor shook Nepal.
2. WHAT’S NEXT FOR BALTIMORE POLICE
Authorities tell the community they plan to turn over the findings of a police investigation into Freddie Gray’s death to a state’s attorney by Friday.
3. KREMLIN: KIM NOT COMING TO MOSCOW
Putin’s spokesman says the leader of North Korea will not be attending celebrations in Moscow for Victory Day.
4. HOW SOME IN MILITARY ARE MARKING FALL OF SAIGON
U.S. Marines who were part of the 1975 Saigon evacuation in Vietnam return to the old U.S. Embassy and share their stories of what happened that day.
5. WHO ARE CASUALTIES OF SYRIA’S CIVIL WAR
With up to a million people hurt in the conflict, many fighters and civilians have suffered traumatic injuries that have left them handicapped.
6. POPULAR DESIGNER DRUG BEHIND BIZARRE CRIMES IN FLORIDA
Flakka can cause hallucinations, paranoia and violent outbursts and at $5 a hit, authorities fear it could quickly spread.
7. VERMONT INDEPENDENT THROWS HAT IN RING
Sen. Bernie Sanders, running for the Democratic nomination for president, says “people should not underestimate” him.
8. WHAT HAS GOP DIVIDED BEFORE HIGH COURT
The next big Supreme Court ruling is approaching on Obama’s health care law, and congressional Republicans have no consensus on how to respond.
9. WHY CHINA BUILDING A SKYSCRAPER IN 19 DAYS MAY NOT BE A GOOD THING
Some critics are saying a modular approach like this could lead to cityscapes with overly uniform architecture.
10. `SUPER SATURDAY’ A MATCH MADE IN SPORTS HEAVEN
The Mayweather-Pacquiao fight, the Kentucky Derby, the NBA and NHL playoffs and the NFL draft – Saturday in sports has something for everyone.