* Some media pundits are quite impressed that Donald Trump opposed the war in Iraq 13 years ago. There's just one important problem (http://on.msnbc.com/1NOCNNp).
* Bernie Sanders' campaign manager recently endorsed a highly controversial plan involving Democratic superdelegates. Now, Sanders himself has committed to that exact strategy (http://on.msnbc.com/1rqTh4h).
* North Carolina's Republican Party picked an inconvenient time to start unraveling. The HB2 debacle hurts, but it's just part of a larger crisis that's led to the ouster of the state GOP chairman (http://on.msnbc.com/1VH6zpZ).
* Maine Gov. Paul LePage (R) shocked much of the country with his callousness towards addiction issues and posturing on overdoses. Democrats and Republicans in the Maine legislature went in a very different direction (http://on.msnbc.com/1UsVurn).
* If Ted Cruz honored the principles he outlined a month ago, he'd have no choice but to quit -- which is why he's moved the goalposts (http://on.msnbc.com/23iLOzT).
* Why hasn't Marco Rubio endorsed Ted Cruz? Oddly enough, it's has a lot to do with the presidential election -- in 2020 (http://on.msnbc.com/1W2S3c0).