7 things to know now: Prince search warrant; Sanders W.V. win; raised fists

Here's a roundup of news trending across the nation and world today.

What to know now:

1. Sanders, Trump win: Sen. Bernie Sanders defeated Hillary Clinton in West Virginia's Democratic primary Tuesday. Sanders, speaking to thousands in Oregon where he was campaigning, said he disagreed with Clinton on many things, but did agree with her that Republican presumptive nominee Donald Trump must be defeated in the November general  election. Trump won the West Virginia and Nebraska Republican primaries Tuesday.

2. Watch out for storm: The Midwest could see another round of  violent  weather Wednesday. Residents in an area from west-central Texas to southern Iowa and western Illinois are being warned about potential tornadoes, flash flooding, large hail and damaging winds that are expected by afternoon. Two people  were killed in storms on Monday in Oklahoma.

3. No action against cadets: The U.S. Military Academy will take no action against 16 black female cadets who posed with their fists raised in the air in a pre-graduation photo. According to West Point Superintendent Lt. Gen. Robert Caslen Jr., an investigation found the cadets "did not pre-plan or set out to make a political statement," by raising their fists in what some considered a sign of support  for  Black Lives  Matter or for the black pride movement. Caslen went on to say in a letter to students, the cadets showed "a lapse of awareness in how symbols and gestures can be misinterpreted and cause division."

4. Prince investigation: According to a search warrant executed Tuesday in a Minneapolis suburb, a doctor who saw Prince the day before he died had prescribed "medications and prescriptions" for the singer. Dr. Michael Todd Schulenberg treated Prince on April 7 and April 20, according to the warrant. A Minneapolis hospital where Schulenberg works was searched, and investigators returned to Prince's home on Tuesday. Asked why, Carver County Sheriff's Chief Deputy Jason Kamerud told The Associated Press that they were there "being thorough."

5: Trump's running mate: Donald Trump says he has narrowed his list of potential running mates to "five or six" people. Trump said last week that he is looking for a running mate with political experience to help him get legislation through congress. "I have a list of people that I would like," Trump said Tuesday in an interview with The Associated Press. "We don't need another business person (on the ticket)," the real estate mogul added.

And one more

Two people died Tuesday after a man went on a stabbing spree, killing one person in a home and another as he dined in a restaurant. According to law enforcement officials, Arthur DaRosa, 28, of Taunton, Mass., crashed a car through the front of a Macy's store at the Silver City Galleria mall, assaulted people inside the store before running to a Bertucci's restaurant and stabbing two people.  An off-duty deputy sheriff shot and killed  DaRosa at the restaurant. Before the incident  at the mall, police say DaRosa crashed a car outside a home in Tauton, walked inside and stabbed two women, killing an 80-year-old.

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