As the anniversary of the assassination Julius Caesar rolls around, here are some things going on today:
From Fox News, the wreck of a Portuguese ship sunk in 1503 has been found off the coast of Oman. The pilot is thought to have been an uncle of the explorer Vasco da Gama.
From NBC Chicago, John Kasich (R-OH) and Bernie Sanders (D-VT) attempt to gain on Donald Trump (R-NY) and Hillary Clinton (R-NY)
From The Sean Hannity Show, Hillary Clinton appears to have some delusions about Libya.
From Zero Hedge, Donald Trump's support has risen above 50% for the first time.
From Click Orlando, polling places in Apopka, Florida are running out ballots.
From Real Clear Politics, Marco Rubio (R-FL) says that the results in Florida "won't alter" his campaign.
From Townhall, the left might just get Donald Trump nominated. (Via Truth Revolt)
From The Washington Post, Donald Trump has "hit a critical threshold" in his campaign for the GOP nomination.
From Conservative Review, as Ohio governor, John Kasich put the interests of illegal aliens over those of his constituents.
From YNetNews, Britain's Secretary of State for Justice accuses the BDS movement of "using apartheid tactics".
From Warrior, the parents of a Marine killed in the crash of an MV-22B Osprey say that this type of aircraft is dangerous.
From FrontpageMag, Yes, Islam does indeed hate us.
From New Europe, two terrorists are killed in a police raid in Brussels, Belgium.
From National Review, the left doesn't have too much room to talk when it comes to "divisive rhetoric".
From The Cable, the Nigerian Senate rejects a bill which would give women equal rights in marriage.
From Herald Scotland, a mosque in Glasgow cancels Friday lunch.
From Wired, Apple wants all publishers to join its new newsreader Apple News.
And from Swimming World, 15 "weird swimmer facts".