The Wall Street Journal – Senate Approves $1.1 Billion in Emergency Zika Funding
The Senate on Tuesday advanced $1.1 billion in emergency funding to combat the Zika virus, but remained at odds with the House over how much money should be directed to tackle the public health threat.
A measure from Sens. Roy Blunt (R., Mo.) and Patty Murray (D., Wash.) that would designate $1.1 billion for both international and domestic Zika control and prevention efforts, cleared a procedural hurdle Tuesday in a 68-29 vote.

ABC News – New Map Reveals HIV Risk Greatest in Southern Cities for Gay, Bisexual Men
A map documenting HIV rates for gay and bisexual men has revealed they are most at risk for becoming infected in multiple southern cities, according to a report being presented today by Emory University researchers.
The cities with the highest rates included Columbia, South Carolina, El Paso, Texas, and Jackson, Mississippi. In these cities, more than 25 percent of men who have sex with men (MSM) had been diagnosed with HIV.

USA Today – And the fittest city in the U.S. is …
Washington, D.C., is the fittest city in the United States for the third year in a row, according to a ranking of the 50 largest metropolitan areas in the country.
The nation’s capital was closely followed by Minneapolis-St. Paul and Denver as the second- and third-fittest of the 50 metro areas, according to the American Fitness Index. The ninth annual ranking came out today from the American College of Sports Medicine and the Anthem Foundation.

BBC News – Zika virus may reach Europe this summer
The Zika virus could spread to Europe this summer, although the likelihood of an outbreak is low to moderate, the World Health Organization has said.
Areas most at risk are those where Aedes mosquitoes may spread the virus, like the Black Sea coast of Russia and Georgia and the island of Madeira.