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Donald Trump swept to a resounding victory yesterday in the New York Republican presidential primary, while Hillary Clinton also decisively won her home-state, shutting down one of the few remaining chances for rival Sen. Bernie Sanders to slow her march to the Democratic presidential nomination. In an election season in which very little has gone according to expectation, the Empire State did. Mr. Trump cruised home with 60 per cent of the vote and he swept all but a small handful of the state’s 95 delegates. Mrs. Clinton’s win was almost as emphatic as she took more than 57 per cent of votes cast. Last night’s results went a long way to clarify matters on both sides, writes our Washington bureau chief Gerald F. Seib. Next up, voters head to the polls in Pennsylvania, Maryland, Connecticut, Rhode Island and Delaware on Tuesday. Pennsylvania is the big prize, but for Republicans, the state’s delegate-selection process gives the statewide winner only 17 of the state’s 71 delegates.

Unhealthy Exchanges

The nation’s largest health insurer said yesterday that it would pull out of nearly all of the...