What We're Following This Evening

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A stabbing rampage in Tel Aviv: A Palestinian attacker stabbed and killed a U.S. citizen and wounded 10 others in the Israeli city before being fatally shot by police, less than a mile from where Vice President Joe Biden spoke today at a center for peace in Jaffa. The American was identified as Taylor Force, a 29-year-old graduate student at Vanderbilt University and an Army veteran who was visiting Israel on a school trip. Force’s wife was severely injured in the attack, The Times of Israel reports. Earlier in the day, two Israeli police officers were injured in a drive-by shooting in Jerusalem and an Israeli man was stabbed in the neck in Petah Tikva.

Live coverage of the U.S. presidential primaries: Voters from both parties are casting their ballots in Michigan and Mississippi, and Republicans are voting in Idaho and Hawaii. Track who’s winning where here.

A clean bill of health: The White House has released the report from the president’s physical exam conducted last month, his latest since June 2014. If you’re curious, Obama weighs 175 pounds, his resting heart rate is 56 beats per minute, his total cholesterol level is 188, and his blood pressure is 110 over 68—all in the normal range for a man his age.

Rain, rain, don’t go away: It’s been one week since NASA astronaut Scott Kelly returned to Earth after 340 days in space. He marked the occasion by enjoying something only an atmosphere can give you:

News from this afternoon here