SUN SUNI KHABAR APRIL 20TH, 2016
The New York primaries saw the frontrunners of each party take the lead in dominating fashion. Hillary Clinton’s win in the Empire State broke Bernie Sanders’ win streak in the last 9 contests, while Donald Trump’s win edged him even closer to the Republican nomination. Trump’s victory assured him that the nomination was almost certainly his. The New York businessman needs just 400 delegates in order to claim the 1,237 delegate majority needed to secure the Republican nomination. Should Ted Cruz somehow get the nomination, Trump asserts that the election is rigged. On the other side, Hillary Clinton said in her victory speech that there is much more that unites the Democratic Party than divides them, an attempt to garner the support of Sanders supporters.
NEW DATA REVEALED IN IPHONE CASE
The iPhone of the San Bernardino shooter was at the center of a heated debate between Apple and the FBI, in which Apple fought for the privacy of its consumers while the FBI fought for national security. One of Apple’s main arguments in court was that the FBI had easy access to the data through the iCloud feature. However, the government stated they could not be sure. After the FBI utilized the skills of private sector hackers, they discovered new data that they said was relevant to the case.
CHAMPION SNOWBOARDER DIES IN AVALANCHE
Estelle Balet, back to back winner of the Freeride World title, has died in an avalanche. She was recording in the Swiss Alps on Tuesday when the Avalanche began. Despite her copious safety gear, Balet was not able to be revived and died at the scene. An investigation has been started to determine the cause of the accident. Balet was a greatly respected snowboarder in the community and the Freeride World Tour released a statement regarding her death, calling her a naturally gifted athlete and sending their condolences to the family.
AC/DC LEAD SINGER SPEAKS OUT ABOUT DEAFNESS
AC/DC may well be one of the greatest rock bands in history, second only to Metallica. They are going on tour for their newest album, “Rock or Bust”. However, this time it won't be Brian Johnson at the microphone. The frontman for the band has bowed out and handed the mic to Guns N Roses’ Axl Rose. In a statement, Johnson said that he is not quitting, but that medical advice has suggested that he stay out of loud arenas. He has had partial hearing loss for a while now, but doctors say that performing on the Rock or Bust tour would be risking total deafness for him. However, Johnson has asserted that he will continue to record in the studio and strive to give the fans what they want.