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Ted Cruz’s win over Donald Trump in Wisconsin means a contested GOP convention is not only possible, but may be probable. And Bernie Sanders reminded Hillary Clinton that the Democratic race isn’t over yet.

Wisconsin was a must-win for both Cruz and Sanders as the 2016 race shifts to New York, where both front-runners will try to regain their footing in the state they call home. Both did just that — and they racked up big margins of victory, with Cruz besting Trump by 15 percentage points and Sanders ahead of Clinton by 13 points.

UConn Wins Unprecedented 4th Consecutive Title:

There just aren’t enough superlatives to describe the University of Connecticut women’s basketball team.

No. 1 UConn won the NCAA women’s basketball championship on Tuesday with an 82-51 thumping against No. 4 seed Syracuse at Bankers Life Fieldhouse in Indianapolis.
This doesn’t come as a shock, as UConn (38-0) now has 11 titles, all under head coach Geno Auriemma.
But the amount of history that comes with this one win is tremendous.
Close-up of father and son sitting on bench reading book (10-11)

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How To Inspire Your Teen To Read:

Parents know how to inspire a love of books in babies and toddlers: Just put ’em on your lap, and start reading. But as kids get older and go to school, reading can be seen as work rather than fun — and kids, especially teens, may stop reading for pleasure. Here are nine ways to get teens reading, either again or for the first time.

Find the “why” in YA.

YA (young adult) novels tackle the edgy issues teens struggle with, from peer pressure and romantic longing to grief and trouble at home or school. Whether they’re personally grappling with these issues or seeking vicarious thrills, teens gravitate toward subject matter that’s relatable. Check the YA bestseller lists and our book reviews for ideas.

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