Two days after Hillary Clinton secured enough delegates to be the presumptive nominee of the Democratic Party, President Obama endorsed her in a video. The two will campaign together next week in Wisconsin.

After meeting with Obama at the White House, Vermont Sen. Bernie Sanders said he would do everything within his power to stop Donald Trump from becoming president — and would work closely with Clinton to make that happen.

Sanders did not endorse Clinton. He says he plans to remain in the race through next week’s primary in the District of Columbia, and will focus on the need for statehood for the district.

Also backing Clinton today, her erstwhile primary rival and the former governor of Maryland, Martin O’Malley.

Massachusetts Sen. Elizabeth Warren will reportedly endorse Clinton for president during an interview on MSNBC at 9 p.m. tonight.

Comic Roseanne Barr, who ran for president herself as an independent candidate in 2012, endorsed Trump.

Now that she’s clinched the party’s presidential nod, Clinton is turning her attention to selecting a running-mate ahead of the party’s convention in Philadelphia in July. She said she will consider “the most qualified people,” for the job – and that includes other women.

After more than 20 years in office, Norman Seabrook was removed as president of New York City’s correction officers’ union, following his arrest on corruption charges a day earlier, according to the union.

Seabrook is known as a powerful and polarizing figure who is intensely loyal to his officers. In his 21 years leading the union, he carefully cultivated his political clout. “In many ways, he ran the department,” said a former city official. “Commissioners come and go, and he had an outsized influence.”

“There’s something odd about the way COR Development Co. faced no competition for a lucrative state contract to develop Central New York’s nanotech projects.”

Teenage drivers would soon be able to sign up as organ donors under a bill that gained final legislative approval today as part of an effort to take New York out of the cellar among states in organ donations.

Former Rep. Michael Grimm: “Trump needs to continue actively listening to the citizenry and ignoring the advice of the political pundits and “established experts; If they knew how to win, we would be looking at the end of Mitt Romney’s first rather than President Obama’s second.”

The village of Sloan had the highest effective property tax rate in New York, paying $64.46 per $1,000 of home value during 2014, according to the newest edition of Benchmarking NY, the Empire Center’s annual examination of local property taxes.

Public elementary and secondary school spending in New York reached an all-time high of $20,600 per-pupil in 2013-14 school year, topping all states and exceeding the $11,009 per-pupil national average by 87 percent, according to new U.S. Census Bureau data.

Georgina Bloomberg on her father’s grandparenting skills: “I think when Jasper can play golf and have a conversation about current events, he’ll be a lot more interested.”

Rep. John Katko spoke on the House floor today to honor Marine Capt. Jeff Kuss, a member of the Navy’s Blue Angels flying team who died last week in a fatal plane crash.

District attorneys made an 11th-hour appeal to state legislators to oppose the creation of a commission to investigate complaints about overzealous or unethical prosecutors and recommend sanctions, including possible removal from office. Sponsors say they’ll push for votes on the measure next week in both houses.

Cuomo announced today that the Robert Moses Parkway will now be known as the Niagara Scenic Parkway. He called the former highway “a mistake” in a tweet, saying: “You don’t block off your greatest assets.”

Several state senators expressed concern that the state budget director Cuomo has nominated to the CUNY board, Robert Mujica, could serve without a conflict of interest.

Thomas Schaefer, an 85-year-old etired Air Force colonel and Rochester native who was one of the 52 American hostages held for 444 days in Iran, has died.