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German court restarts trial after judge repeatedly nods off
BERLIN (AP) — A German court had to restart the trial of two men suspected of robbing a grocery store because a judge kept nodding off during the proceedings.
Jimmy Buffett musical unveils creative team and new name
NEW YORK (AP) — The Jimmy Buffett musical making its world premiere next year in California has a new name and a Tony Award-winning creative support team.
EU lawmakers tell UK: If you're leaving, get moving
Europe presses Britain for quick exit to limit global fallout
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Pat Summitt, winningest coach in D1 history, has died at 64
Ikea to recall 29 mn chests of drawers after child deaths
European shares post first post-Brexit gains
European stocks rose for the
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Children's views on vote to leave EU
Do we have to leave home? among childrens questions as parents respond to Brexit vote.
Ikea recall after US child deaths
Ikea is to recall 27 million Malm chests of drawers in North America after the deaths of three children in the US.
Farage tells EU Parliament: 'You're not laughing now'
Nigel Farage has told a session of the European Parliament that the little people had rejected big politics in order to get their country back.
Market pressure eases after Brexit rout
UK financial markets calm down after two days of turmoil in the wake of the Brexit vote, with the FTSE 100 gaining 2%.
Lebanon army detains 100 Syrians after Qaa bombings
Lebanons army detains more than 100 Syrians for entering the country illegally following two waves of suicide bombings in a border village.
Helium discovery a 'game-changer'
Scientists say they have found a large helium gas field in Tanzania.
Bangladesh charges seven over killing of Italian aid worker
Bangladeshi police charge seven people, including an opposition politician, over the murder of an Italian aid worker.
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Legendary coach Pat Summitt dies
Pat Summitt, who built the University of Tennessees Lady Volunteers into a perennial power on the way to becoming the winningest coach in the history of major college basketball, has died. She was 64.
What a shot! 27 amazing sports photos
Take a look at 27 amazing sports photos from June 21 through June 27.
Benghazi report: Clinton should have realized risks
House Republicans are planning to release a long-awaited report Tuesday on the Benghazi terror attacks that killed four Americans on Hillary Clintons watch as secretary of state, reviving the politically charged issue less than five months before the election.
Official: Olympics could be a 'big failure'
The headache for the 2016 Rio Olympic Games organizers shows no signs of subsiding.
Brexit: EU leaders to meet over UK withdrawal
British Prime Minister David Cameron will face European Union leaders Tuesday as the bloc meets to discuss the UKs potentially convoluted and messy divorce from the European Union.
Rescue underway for massive whale
Rescue efforts are underway to save the life of a blue whale apparently enmeshed in a fishing net in the Pacific Ocean off the coast of California.
More than 40 killed in Yemen suicide attacks
At least 42 people, mostly soldiers and one child, were killed when attackers launched four suicide car bombings at security targets in a major Yemeni city, two senior government officials told CNN.
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LEGEND PASSES AWAY Pat Summitt dies after battle with Alzheimer's
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EXCLUSIVE: Despite eyewitness accounts, Clinton, WH pushed video explanation for Benghazi, repo(...)
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Eiffel Tower shut for day, victim of French labor standoff
The Eiffel Tower has closed for the day, victim of nationwide protests over a bill reforming labor laws.
Francis honors Benedict, says retirement very ‘Franciscan’
Pope Francis is celebrating the 65th anniversary of the ordination of his predecessor, Emeritus Pope Benedict XVI, with an unprecedented ceremony inside the Vatican featuring a reigning pope honoring a retired one.
Kremlin says it will take time to mend ties with Turkey
The spokesman for Russian President Vladimir Putin says it will take time to mend ties with Turkey after the November downing of a Russian military jet.
Wreckage of lost Thai air force helicopter found with 3 dead
Searchers in Thailand have found the wreckage of an air force helicopter missing since Saturday and the bodies of the three crewmen who were aboard.
E.U. leaders converge on Brussels for Brexit crisis talks
British Prime Minister set to explain U.K. decision to a fractured alliance.
Draghi seeks ‘shared diagnosis’ of what ails global economy
European Central Bank President Mario Draghi is calling for world leaders to agree on what ails the global economy and take more concrete action to promote growth and jobs.
Indonesian court to proceed with trial in cyanide murder
An Indonesian court has decided to proceed with the trial of a woman accused of murdering her friend by lacing her coffee with cyanide.
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Europe presses Britain for quick exit to limit global fallout
LONDON/BRUSSELS (Reuters) - Britain faced angry calls from other European leaders to act quickly to resolve the political and economic chaos unleashed by its vote to leave the European Union which the IMF said could put pressure on global growth.
Kerry raises harassment of U.S. diplomats in Moscow with Putin
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Russian harassment and surveillance of U.S. diplomats in Moscow has increased significantly and U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry raised the issue recently with Russian President Vladimir Putin, the State Department said on Monday.
Merkel vows to strengthen EU, tells UK no 'cherry-picking'
BERLIN (Reuters) - Chancellor Angela Merkel on Tuesday underscored Germanys determination to both maintain close ties with Britain and work to strengthen the European Union after last weeks historic UK vote to leave the bloc.
Balkans fear Brexit will delay EU dream
BELGRADE (Reuters) - Balkan countries hoping to join the European Union fear their journey to membership of a club they see as offering prosperity and stability will face delays and uncertainty now that Britain has voted to leave.
Brexit casts doubt over new EU and NATO defense strategy
BRUSSELS (Reuters) - Britains departure from the European Union risks undermining Europes new defense strategy, days before NATO and EU governments sign a landmark pact to confront a range of threats from Russia to the Mediterranean, officials say.
Uber, Lyft resolve litigation involving top executives
SAN FRANCISCO (Reuters) - Lyft and its former chief operating officer Travis VanderZanden have settled litigation in California, court filings show, in which Lyft accused VanderZanden of breaking his confidentiality pledges when he went to work for rival ride service
South Korea antitrust regulator says investigating Apple on 'some matters'
SEOUL (Reuters) - South Koreas Fair Trade Commission (FTC) is investigating some matters relating to tech giant Apple Inc , the head of the anticompetition body said during a parliamentary hearing, without disclosing further details.
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Officials warn that U.S. travelers to Rio Olympics face hack risk
Feds: Assume info will be breached when traveling abroad.       
Donald Trump targets 'globalism' as job-killer
GOP candidate plans to discuss free trade during Tuesday visits to Pennsylvania and Ohio.       
For the Record: Can anyone toe the party line?
Both parties may have trouble setting their platforms this year. Heres why that matters.       
5 things you need to know Tuesday
The biggest news to start your day.       
Exploding U.K. immigration helped drive 'Brexit' vote
Critics say xenophobic fears helped fuel the British desire to leave European Union.       
This loveable pup found her forever home after abuse
Trinity had a rough start in life. Now shes ready to settle in with her forever family.     
UK PM David Cameron to meet EU leaders in Brussels
Cameron said the U.K. would seek to retain the strongest possible economic ties with the EU.       
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KNOW IT ALL: Tuesday's Top Stories at NBC News
Legendary womens basketball coach Pat Summitt has passed away, and other stories were following this morning.
Legendary Women's Basketball Coach Pat Summitt Dies at 64
Summitt served as head coach of womens basketball at the University of Tennessee, Knoxville, for 38 seasons.
The Healers: Afghan Hospital Labors Under Weight of War
In a small hospital in Kabul, international volunteers struggle to keep pace with a rush of civilians wounded in an unrelenting civil war.
Clinton Widens Lead Over Donald Trump: Poll
Hillary Clinton now leads Donald Trump by 8 points, her highest advantage since the general election match-up question was first asked on May 2.
House Republicans' Report Sheds New Light on Benghazi Attack
After a more than two-year investigation into the 2012 terrorist attack in Benghazi, House Republicans are releasing a lengthy report Tuesday.
Fighting Wildfires Give Former Prisoners a Second Chance at Life
Two former prisoners in Washington State are turning their lives around while working as firefighters.
EgyptAir Mystery Appears One Step Closer to Being Solved
The flight data recorder of crashed EgyptAir Flight MS804 has been successfully repaired, according to Egyptian investigators.
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Chile 0, Argentina 0 | Copa América Final | Chile wins on penalty kicks, 4-2: Chile Tops Argen(...)
Lionel Messi missed Argentina’s first attempt in a penalty shootout; after the game, he suggested that he was quitting the national team.
Ryan Lochte, ’12 Olympic Champion, Misses Rio Cut in 400 I.M.
Chase Kalisz and Jay Litherland will represent the United States in the event after beating Lochte in Sunday’s final at the Olympic trials.
Live Updates: After the Vote
Follow our live coverage for updates, context and analysis of Britain’s vote to leave the European Union.
With ‘Brexit,’ Washington’s Direct Line to the Continent Suddenly Frays
Officials say no country shares the United States’ worldview quite the way Britain does in terms of security, intelligence and trade.
Boris Johnson Appeals for Calm as ‘Brexit’ Vote Roils British Politics
The former mayor of London, a potential successor to Prime Minister David Cameron, said that Britain “is part of Europe, and always will be.”
Despite Leaders’ Assurances, ‘Brexit’ Leaves Markets Nervous
The British chancellor of the Exchequer and Japan’s prime minister both sought to calm investors, but European and American markets continued their falls.
After ‘Brexit,’ a Splitting Hangover for the City of London
It’s an uncertain new day for financial professionals in Britain, many of whom see “Brexit” leaving hard-won clout behind.
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Millennials Backed Bernie Sanders. Here’s How Hillary Clinton Plans to Win Them Over
Student loan deals and incentives for start-ups in poor neighborhoods are among her tech proposals
European Chief Tells the U.K. It Must Quickly ‘Clarify’ It’s Position on Brexit
Jean-Claude Junckers position rebuffs British Prime Minister David Cameron, who said that the U.K.s split from the E.U. was for his successor to decide
Full Frontal: Samantha Bee Takes On Brexit With Full Force
Normally, news from the U.K. is fun, and relaxing
The L.A. Metro’s New Safety Campaign Is ‘the Right Mix’ of Gruesome and Fun
Behind the viral cartoons is a serious message
U.S. Sailors in Japan Are Now Allowed to Go Out Drinking Again
Tens of thousands of Japanese protested after U.S. military personnel were linked to a murder and a drunk-driving incident
Bud Spencer, Spaghetti Western Star, Dies At 86
He appeared in more than 20 films, but also dabbled in professional swimming, aviation, and politics
Airbnb Sues San Francisco For Latest Rental Crackdown
The company is fighting a recently passed ordinance aimed at illegal rentals
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'Business as usual' still infects New York politics
Sheldon Silver and Dean Skelos will be very busy parsing Mondays Supreme Courts decision to throw out the conviction of former Virginia Gov. Robert McDonnell on federal corruption charges.
Pat Summitt, winningest coach in D1 history, dies at 64
Pat Summitt, the winningest coach in Division I college basketball history who uplifted the womens game from obscurity to national prominence during her 38-year career at Tennessee, has died. She was 64.
Belle Terre's mayor steps down after 12 years in top job
When Belle Terre officials proposed restoring the villages historic Gatehouse in 2008, they received an estimate saying the project would cost about $1 million, Mayor Ted Lucki said last week.
Taylor Swift, Ozzy swag at Port Jefferson rock 'n' roll prom
A guitar signed by the Red Hot Chili Peppers, a dress worn by Taylor Swift and sunglasses sported by Ozzy Osbourne were all together in one place Monday night -- the gymnasium of Port Jeffersons Earl L. Vandermeulen High School
EU pressures UK to trigger exit talks after Brexit referendum results
The European Union ratcheted up pressure Tuesday on the U.K. to trigger negotiations to leave the bloc and end the uncertainty that has rattled stock markets.
The world's best islands of 2016: Maui, Santorini, more
Check out the worlds 20 best islands of 2016 -- and start packing now.
Picking that VP could mean a bucket of gold -- or trouble
John Nance Cactus Jack Garner of Texas served two terms as vice president starting in 1933. He has been widely quoted as saying that the office is not worth a bucket of warm spit. Some say he really cited another
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