Despite what Donald Trump says, the GOP race isn't over, but his foes are running out of time. After Trump's five big wins on Tuesday night, all eyes—except possibly those of John Kasich—are on Indiana, which votes next Tuesday. With 54 delegates at stake, awarded on a winner-take-all basis statewide and by congressional district, experts predict that a Trump victory in the state will all but seal the nomination for him. A roundup of coverage:
- Ted Cruz can be expected to "pull out all the stops" over the next week in a bid to regain momentum, writes Chris Cillizza at the Washington Post. He notes that Cruz, bafflingly, is getting "something of a pass from the party" for finishing third behind Kasich in many races, including four out of Tuesday's five primaries. Cruz came in second place in Pennsylvania.