The basic -- but often ignored -- rules of zoo safety
(CNN) The killing of 17-year-old Western lowland gorilla Harambe to protect a 3-year-old boy who had slipped away from his mother and entered the gorilla habitat at the Cincinnati Zoo and Botanical Garden has galvanized social media and left many ...
Did Harambe the Gorilla Have to Die? Here's What You Need to Know
Zoo that killed 400-pound silverback Harambe to protect boy 'stands by decision'
Zoo's Killing of Gorilla Holding a Boy Prompts Outrage
In another step toward history, Steph Curry savors the moment
OAKLAND, Calif. -- The fascinating thing about this NBA Finals rematch is that while this year's is a healthier, stronger version of the Cleveland Cavaliers, it's also a better Golden State Warriors team than we've ever seen before. This team is better ...
Stephen Curry, Warriors go from on the brink to Finals in win vs. Thunder
Warriors take Game 7 over Thunder, secure NBA Finals rematch
Kevin Durant: 'I thought it was our year'
Holder: Snowden did 'public service,' but should still be punished
Edward Snowden performed a "public service" in stoking a national debate about secret domestic surveillance programs, but he should still return to the U.S. to stand trial, former U.S. Attorney General Eric Holder said in a podcast released on Monday.
Edward Snowden Responds To Eric Holder's 'Public Service' Comment About Leaking NSA Secrets
Edward Snowden performed 'public service,' Eric Holder says
Eric Holder: Edward Snowden Performed a Public Service (But Must Be Punished)
Attempted North Korea missile launch fails: South Korea
SEOUL North Korea attempted to fire a missile from its east coast on Tuesday but the launch appears to have failed, South Korean officials said, in what would be the latest in a string of unsuccessful ballistic missile tests by the isolated country ...
AP News in Brief at 11:04 pm EDT
North Korea missile test launch off east coast 'fails'
North Korea Missile Launch Tuesday Likely Failed
Los Angeles Times
Iraqi troops drive into Fallujah in offensive to retake it from Islamic State
Los Angeles Times
Iraqi government troops began storming the Islamic State-held city of Fallujah on Monday, army officials said, even as the jihadist group waged suicide attacks in the nearby Iraqi capital, Baghdad. “Security forces from the counter-terrorism and army ...
Families flee as battle for Falluja rages on
Tribal Fighters Recruited Around Mosul to Fight ISIS
Iraqi forces in Fallujah repel Islamic State attack in city's south
Secret Service jump on stage at Bernie Sanders rally amid commotion
(CNN) At least four people at a Bernie Sanders rally in Oakland rushed the stage Monday evening, spurring Secret Service agents to jump onto the raised platform and protect him. The Democratic presidential candidate was uninjured and continued speaking ...
Testing easy assumptions against facts reveals uncomfortable truths
Protesters try to rush the stage at Bernie Sanders rally
Democracy in action
3 Girls Killed, 8 Injured in Car Crash Near Orlando, Florida.
Three children died and eight others were injured when an SUV carrying 11 people lost control and rolled over several times on a highway, officials told ABC affiliate WFTV in Orlando. The crash happened around 6:30 p.m. ET on I-95 northbound in ...
Titusville Crash: 3 Girls Killed, Toddler Ejected in Wreck on I-95 Near Orlando
Toddler stable after being thrown 30 feet in crash that killed 3, injured 8, troopers say
Officials: 3 dead, several hurt in Florida car wreck
International Business Times
White House Fence Update: Lockdown Lifted After Woman Throws Item On Lawn
International Business Times
The White House was shut down for a brief period Monday after someone threw a container over the north fence on Pennsylvania Avenue, WTOP reported. A woman was detained and placed in handcuffs, the Associated Press added. The object reportedly ...
Lockdown Lifted at White House After Object Tossed Over Fence
US White House Placed on Security Lockdown
White House On Lockdown On Memorial Day Due To A Suspicious Package - REPORT
Afghan police: Taliban kidnap 200 travelers, keep 20 hostage
(CNN) Nearly 200 people were kidnapped by Taliban fighters in the northeastern province of Kunduz in Afghanistan early Tuesday morning, according to a police spokesman. The majority have since been released, but around 20 hostages remain.
Taliban Abducts Dozens in Northern Afghanistan
Afghan conflict: Taliban kidnap bus passengers and kill 10
Taliban attacks kill 25 officers in 2 days
No VAT On Energy Bills Might Be Fantasy Economics: But Only Brexit Would Make It Possible
Michael Gove and Boris Jonson have announced that only if Britain votes to get out of this pesky European Union will it be possible to reduce or eliminate VAT on domestic fuel bills. They're entirely correct on this. Others are pointing out that this ...
Support for Britain to stay in the EU narrows in ORB poll - Daily Telegraph
Labour voters in the dark about party's stance on Brexit, research says
EU referendum: Why the economic consensus on Brexit is flawed