Other than the French election, here are a few things going on:
From NBC News, one copy of the Declaration of Independence appears to have reached its intended destination.
From Fox News, the Zika virus might be back.
From Philly(dot)com, Jews in Philadelphia remember the Holocaust.
From World Israel News, Israel remembers the Holocaust.
From Breitbart California, the vast majority of Trump supporters would vote for him again. (To that charge, of course, I plead would guilty, just to keep his rival away from the White House.)
From National Review, not another Clinton, please.
From The Daily Caller, it's Bill Nye versus William Happer.
From Townhall, the last conservative with guts might be this gal.
From The Times Of India, a national champion athlete is divorced for giving birth to a girl.
From AhlulBayt News Agency, 10 million people have commemorated the seventh Shiite Imam.
From Assyria International News Agency, a Rand Corporation report finds that ISIS is "on a path to collapse".
From The Jerusalem Post, one of the new members of the United Nations Commission on the Status of Women doesn't even allow them to drive. (via Twitchy)
From The Washington Times, some history on Planned Parenthood's founder.
From Real Clear World, Venezuela has a Tiananmen Square moment. (via Pat Dollard. RCW cites CNN, but the link doesn't go there.)
And from People, Erin Moran, who passed away yesterday, is remembered by her neighbors.