Travel Ban Partly Reinstated, Yemen Cholera Outbreak, and More
Landslide in China, Google Will Stop Reading Your Email, and More
Also: Japanese auto parts maker Takata files for bankruptcy, and Oprah announces her Book Club pick.
Facebook’s New Mission, Qatar’s Diplomatic Standoff, and More
Also: Why the Democrats are losing in 2017, and meet the man who’s visited Disneyland 2,000 days in a row.
Senate GOP Reveals Health Care Bill, Trump Tweets There Are No Comey Tapes, and More
Also: Officials disclose the source of the London apartment building fire; the world’s population growth is slowing; Bill Cosby is hitting the road; and scientists have figured out why eggs are shaped the way they are.
Election Hacking Hearings, Uber CEO Steps Down, and More
Also: ISIS blows up 800-year-old mosque; a former police officer was acquitted for a fatal shooting in Milwaukee; and Ron Howard will direct the new Han Solo “Star Wars” spinoff.
U.S. Student Freed by North Korea Dies, The Slants Win Supreme Court Trademark Battle, and More
Also: Media brands try to woo younger audiences; Senate Republicans plan to release a draft of their health care bill this week; U.S. is pushing China to rein in companies that deal with North Korea; and it’s really hot in Phoenix.
Another Van Attack in London, Judge Declares Mistrial in Bill Cosby Case, and More
Also: Jared Kushner makes rare public remarks, and White House press secretary Sean Spicer is expected to take a more behind-the-scenes role.
Trump Acknowledges Investigation, LA Pays Tribute to Adam West, and More
Also: A look at Otto Warmbier’s trip to North Korea and back; Trump’s lawyers weigh in on whether he’s under investigation; Officer Jeronimo Yanez found not guilty in death of Philando Castile; and Beyoncé’s twins are here.
Amazon To Buy Whole Foods, Trump Adopts Harder Line on Cuba, and More
Also: It's Father’s Day on Sunday, and AdAge rounded up the best ads to help celebrate Dad.
Democrats Sue Trump Over Foreign Payments, Cosby Jury Deadlocked, and More
Also: Whole Foods might not be the only purchase Amazon has up its sleeve, Pence has hired a lawyer, and a tip leads to the arrest of a polygamous sect leader who has been on the run for a year.
Gunman Wounds GOP Congressman, Fire Destroys London Apartment Building, and More
Also: UPS gunman filed overtime grievance, shooting won’t stop congressional baseball game, involuntary manslaughter charges filed in the Flint water crisis, and OB-GYN delivers a baby gorilla.
Uber CEO Takes a Leave of Absence, Sessions Denies Improper Russia Contacts, and More
Also: TIME Inc. cuts roughly 300 jobs, Uber board member makes off-color remark, criticism of special counsel Robert Mueller grows, and the winners from this year’s E3.
AG Jeff Sessions to Testify, Remembering Adam West, and More
Also: North Korea releases American, Golden State Warriors win second NBA title in three years, and Puerto Rico votes to become 51st state.
Tony Awards, Trump’s Response to Comey Testimony, and More
Also: Today marks one year since the Pulse Nightclub shooting in Orlando, Florida.
U.K. Elections, House Votes To Roll Back Financial Regulations, and More
Also: CNN dumps one of its hosts over anti-Trump tweets, Army analyst Chelsea Manning gives her first interview, and SiriusXM invests in Pandora.
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Also: Experts say James Comey’s testimony could pave the way to an obstruction of justice case against Trump, and Yahoo shareholders approve the Verizon deal.
Comey Testifies, Iran Calls U.S. Response to Terror Attacks ‘Repugnant,’ and More
Summer’s just around the corner, which means traditional TV will go on a vacation and you’ll definitely be in need of some books to take on your road or beach trips. Here are some suggestions.
Trump Picks New FBI Head, Comey’s Opening Statement, and More
Also: U.K. votes in a critical election, and scientists find the oldest known human fossils.
NSA Leak Links Russia to Election Hack, Notre Dame Hammer Attack, and More
Also: Uber tries to fix its image; according to various reports, Attorney General Jeff Sessions offered to resign after he recused himself from the Russia investigations; and a Cincinnati Reds player made history last night.
British PM Cracks Down on Terrorism, New Apple Announcements, and More
Also: Amazon Prime discounts, climber makes it to the top of El Capitan — without ropes, Harvard dumps students over Facebook comments, and two men charged in “Ghost Ship” fire.
The Saturday attack on London Bridge was the country’s third terrorist attack this year.