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Researchers are taking a look at the economic costs of shooting in the Orlando nightclub. Meanwhile, those affected personally are fretting about their bills.
Milk, a Navy vet, is the latest civil rights activist to have a vessel named for him.
A federal judge in Washington will allow John Hinckley to leave a mental institution and to live full-time with his mother. Hinckley shot President Ronald Reagan and three others in 1981.
Instead, the IOC has called on sports federations to carry out assessments on individual athletes to determine whether they can compete.
"While we expect players to comply with league rules and uniform guidelines, we also understand their desire to use their platform to address important societal issues."
The suspect in the attack on a Munich shopping mall is an 18-year-old German-Iranian high school student who lived in Munich and had a history of depression.
Several people are reported killed after shooting erupted at a shopping mall in Munich, Germany. The BBC has live updates. You can hear continuing coverage on NPR.
The loudest voice in the room, silenced: What Roger Ailes’ departure means for the future of Fox News
After complaints of sexual harassment from top talent like Gretchen Carlson and Megyn Kelly, is out as head of Fox News.
The National Basketball Association announced yesterday that it will be pulling next February’s All-Star Game from North Carolina.
France's anti-terror prosecutor said that more than 400 people across multiple agencies have been working on the probe. Authorities have taken five possible accomplices into custody.
Find out from Jefferson Puff, correspondent in Brazil for the BBC.
The fatal shooting of three law enforcement officers in Baton Rouge comes nearly two weeks after the shooting of Alton Sterling. How is the city coping?
Turkey's justice minister also called on the U.S. to stop protecting a Pennsylvania cleric who has been accused of orchestrating the coup.
Mehmet Berker, the son of a Turkish immigrant, worries that the coup could help the president amass more power and erode traditional democratic institutions.
The 2002 classified report was a source of speculation for years. It points to possible contact between Saudi officials and the Sept. 11 hijackers but draws no conclusions.
U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry said the United States would entertain an extradition request for exiled cleric Fethullah Gulen, whom Turkey's president blames for a failed coup.