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Obama: Americans Have Heavy Hearts After Attack In France
President Obama says Americans have heavy hearts after the truck terror attack in Nice, France.
Report: Death Toll Up To 60 In Truck Attack In France
The death toll is climbing in a truck attack in southern France.
Michigan Court Shooting Leaves Three Dead
A sheriff says a civilian injured during a courthouse shooting in western Michigan was the fourth victim to be shot during the incident.
Gov. Baker Signs Transgender Rights Bill
Gov. Charlie Baker has signed into law a bill allowing transgender people to use restrooms and locker rooms that correspond with their gender identities.
Report: Blasts At Istanbul Airport Kill 10
A Turkish official says two attackers have blown themselves up at Istanbul's Ataturk airport after police fire at them.
Sanders Says He’ll Vote For Clinton, But No Endorsement Yet
Bernie Sanders says he will vote for Hillary Clinton for president.
EU Chiefs Meet As U.K. Vote Sends Bloc Into Uncharted Waters
Top European Union officials are hunkering down in Brussels trying to work out what to do next after the shock decision by British voters to leave the 28-nation bloc.
Germany: Suspect In Cinema Incident Dead, No Others Injured
Police say a man has been shot dead after entering a movie theater in southwestern Germany, apparently with a weapon. They say they believe that no one else was injured in the incident.
Time May Run Out In Case Of Teen Charged In Friend’s Suicide
Time could be running out for Massachusetts prosecutors seeking to put a teenager on trial for sending her boyfriend dozens of text messages encouraging him to take his own life.
Pretzels Recalled By Frito-Lay
Frito-Lay is recalling some of its Rold Gold brand pretzels because they may contain peanut residue that's not properly identified on the label.