7 things to know now: Tropical Storm Colin; Miss USA; NPR journalist killed

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

What to know now:

1. Clinton wins Puerto Rico: Hillary Clinton won the Puerto Rico Democratic primary Sunday, putting her around 30 delegates short (including superdelegates) of what she needs to clinch her party's nomination. Clinton faces a tight race in California Tuesday,  as Sen. Bernie Sanders has pulled within two percentage  points in the state's primary race. There are five other Democratic primaries set  for Tuesday.

2. Miss USA: Twitter erupted Sunday night after a question in the Miss USA pageant turned political. Miss Hawaii, Chelsea Hardin, was asked for whom she would be voting in the general election – Donald Trump or Hillary Clinton. The audience  in the Las Vegas venue began booing, and seconds  later, Twitter users began slamming the judgefor the question. Hardin sidestepped the question, answering that it didn't' matter the gender  of the president as long as the person did what was right for the country. Miss District of Columbia, Deshauna Barber, was named the new Miss USA. Harden was first runner up.

3. Tropical weather:  Tropical Storm Colin is expected to hit Florida Monday, bringing heavy rain, strong winds and flooding. The National Hurricane Center predicts the storm will make landfall in the Big Bend area of the state north of Tampa. It's expected to cross the state and reemerge in the Atlantic Ocean.

4. NPR Journalist killed: A photojournalist for National Public Radio and  his Afghan translator were killed  Sunday while traveling with an Afghan army unit near Marjah in Helmand province. David Gilkey and translator Zabihullah Tamanna were killed when the truck they were riding in came under fire. Two other NPR journalists, Tom Bowman and producer Monika Evstatieva, were traveling with them but were not hurt in the attack.

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5. Ramadan begins: Sunday marked the start of Ramadan for 1.6 billion Muslims around the world. The holy month is observed with fasting from dawn to dusk, nightly feasts and prayer. Muslims are also encouraged to read the entire Quran and to engage in acts of charity. Drinking, smoking, and impure thoughts and words are forbidden.

And one more

The Golden State Warriors took a two-game lead in the NBA Championship series with a 110-77 win over the Cleveland Cavaliers Sunday. The series moves to Cleveland Wednesday.

In case you missed it

When they say "don’t touch" in a museum, they mean it. An antique clock at the National Watch and Clock Museum in Columbia, Pa., was destroyed by Mister "I wonder what happens when I touch this."