Democrats vote in today's West Virginia presidential primary, where Bernie Sanders holds a lead but really can't catch up to Hillary Clinton in the overall delegate race. Meanwhile, Republicans vote in West Virginia and Nebraska today, even though Donald Trump's the presumptive nominee. (USA Today)
Bernie Sanders used a rally in New Jersey to attack Trump and Trump supporter Carl Icahn. The billionaire investor Icahn said Sanders was wrong about him, but right about the troublesome wealth gap and some CEOs being paid too much. (CNBC)
Trump said London's new mayor Sadiq Khan could be an "exception" to his call for a temporary ban on Muslims entering the U.S. Khan, a Muslim, responded by saying, "Trump's ignorant view of Islam could make both our countries less safe." (CNBC)
Facebook (FB) said it's not censoring the news and trends it shows users on the site's trending section. The social network was responding to a recent Gizmodo report that Facebook's human curators censor conservative news stories. (Recode)
California lawmakers have passed legislation requiring all single-stall bathrooms to be open to people of any gender. This follows the Justice Department's suit against North Carolina for its law requiring people to use bathrooms matching their sex assigned at birth. (Sacramento Bee)
Lumber Liquidators (LL) quarterly sales slumped 10.2 percent, the fourth straight quarter of fall, as the company struggles to convince customers its hardwood flooring is safe amid fears that some of its products could cause cancer. (CNBC)
Allergan (AGN) today announced a new share buyback program of up to $10 billion. Allergan expects to execute half of that in open market repurchases over four to six months subject to favorable market conditions.
Billionaire hedge fund manager Bill Ackman is cutting his stake in animal vaccine maker Zoetis (ZTS). Ackman's Pershing Square Capital Management is said to be selling 16.85 million shares, which would cut its stake to 25 million shares. (NY Times)
Valeant (VRX) new CEO Joseph Papa stands to receive over $67 million, but he insists he's not in it for the money. Papa outlined his plan of action taking over the helm of the embattled drugmaker in a CNBC interview. The stock has plunged 85 percent in the past year.
Chinese regulators have imposed limits on the number of lucrative health care ads carried by Baidu (BIDU). That follows an investigation into the death of a college student who had cancer and had taken a therapy found through a Baidu ad. (Reuters)
A German man armed with a knife killed one person and wounded at least three others in a dawn attack at a train station near Munich. Police are investigating witness reports that the 27-year-old suspect shouted "Allahu Akbar," which means "God is great" in Arabic. (NBC News)