North Korea shoots off three short-range missiles.
Group finds use of torture in Syria.
Rob Ford, the mayor of Toronto, says accusations that he smoked crack are “ridiculous.”
A huge asteroid will just miss hitting Earth this month.
Judge blocks Arkansas abortion law.
The Tigers beat the Rangers 2-1.
Russia sends advanced missiles to Syria.
Seven people still missing after tornado in Texas.
Danny Werfel named acting chief of IRS.
Crime dropped in Florida by 6.5% in 2012.
Oh, crap — Venezuela running out of toilet paper.
David Beckham retires from the game.
The Tigers got hosed by the Rangers 10-4.
President Obama sacked Steven Miller, the acting head of the IRS.
Deadly tornadoes hit Texas.
The White House released hundreds of e-mails related to the Benghazi! talking points.
Iraq — Bomb attacks in Baghdad killed more than 35 people.
Syria — The U.N. condemned the government for attacking civilians.
Yet another military officer in charge of controlling sexual harassment is busted for it.
Clone to home — Stem cells recovered from cloned embryos.
The Tigers lost to the Astros 7-5.
Afghan commandos step into the fight.
Justice Department defends its seizure of phone records at AP.
Abortion doctor convicted of murder avoids death penalty.
Inspector General report on the IRS says there’s still a problem.
American accused of spying ejected from Russia.
The Tigers beat the Astros 6-2.
Bomber targets U.S. Special Forces in Afghanistan.
Commander denies U.S. blame in deaths in Afghanistan.
President Obama lashes out at I.R.S.; dismisses Benghazi investigation.
Police I.D. suspect in New Orleans Mothers Day shooting.
Sleazy abortion doctor convicted on three counts of murder.
R.I.P. Dr. Joyce Brothers, 85, celebrity psychologist.
The Tigers beat the Astros 7-2.
19 injured in shooting in Mothers Day parade in New Orleans.
Pakistan moves on after election despite claims of vote rigging.
Cyberattacks against U.S. corporations are on the rise.
The city of Detroit has a $162 million negative cash flow problem.
The Tigers lost to the Indians in ten innings.
Former prime minister holds lead in Pakistan election.
Syria — Bomb kills dozens near Turkish border.
Hostages released in standoff in Trenton.
IRS apologizes for targeting right-wing groups.
The Tigers lost to the Indians 7-6.
Turkey’s prime minister says Syria has used chemical weapons.
Border security was all the rage on the first day of immigration law debate.
Jobless claims fall to lowest level in nearly 5-1/2 years.
Take the money and run: Cyber thieves rip off ATM’s to the tune of $45 million.
Good dog — Pets might lower your risk for heart disease.
The Tigers got swept by the Nats.
Death toll in building collapse in Bangladesh reaches 900.
Boston bombing inquiry looks into Russian trip by suspect.
U.S. fears Russia will sell air defense system to Syria.
Suspect in Cleveland kidnapping case charged.
Nun and two other anti-nuclear activists found guilty of security breach at Oak Ridge.
The Tigers lost to the Nationals 3-1.
North Korea removes missiles from launch site.
U.S. blames China for cyberattacks.
Three women abducted in Ohio years ago have been found safe.
Senate passes internet sales tax bill.
Irony of the Day — Head of Air Force anti-sexual abuse team arrested for…
Germany arrests 93-year-old man who was a guard at Auschwitz.
The Tigers had the night off, but they’re in first place in their division.
Syria blames Israel for attack on Damascus.
Egypt’s economy struggles after revolution.
Asian stocks rise on good U.S. jobs news.
Here’s the buzz — Cicada outbreak to be huge this year.
Fever strikes in parched western region.
The Tigers completed the sweep of the Astros 9-0.
Rhode Island passes marriage equality.
They were actually planning to bomb us on the Fourth of July.
Obama in Mexico — Gun checks “just the first round.”
Let it snow? In May?
The Tigers beat the Astros 7-3 in extra innings.
President Obama will try again to close Gitmo.
Also, the president backs the way the FBI handled the Boston bombers.
Victims ID’d in Afghanistan cargo plane crash.
Witnesses and satellite photos show extent of Nigerian massacre.
It’s Markey vs. Gomez in Massachusetts primary for the Senate.
FDA says morning-after pill safe for 15 and up.
The Tony nominations are out. (Missed again.)
R.I.P. Deanna Durbin, 91, film star of the ’40′s.
The Tigers beat the Twins 6-1.
Rabbit, rabbit, rabbit.
U.N. Secretary General appeals to Syria to open up to chemical weapons inspectors.
Iraq — A series of car bombs killed at least 23 people in Shi’ite areas.
Afghan leader confirms cash payments by the C.I.A.
FBI visits Boston bombing suspects widow.
Supreme Court rejects Alabama appeal of immigration law.
Red River crest in North Dakota lowered again.
The Netherlands will get its first king in 120 years.
The Tigers beat the Twins 4-3.
Russia tells U.S. that Boston bombers discussed jihad in 2011.
Texas gets swamped by 7 inches of rain.
Lawmakers ponder role in Syria.
Charlotte mayor to be nominated for Secretary of Transportation.
Oy, Adrian — Musical of “Rocky” headed for Broadway.
Ten things to know for today.
The Heat sweep Milwaukee.
The Tigers swept the Braves, 8-3.
President Obama reiterates that chemical weapons in Syria would be a “game changer.”
Planned Parenthood gets its first-ever presidential visit.
Debris found in New York could be from crashed jet from September 11, 2001.
R.I.P. George Jones, 81, country singer.
The Tigers walloped the Braves 10-0 behind Anibal Sanchez’s record 17 strike-outs.
The White House has a “varying degree of confidence” that the Syrian government is using chemical weapons against the rebels.
At least 238 people were killed in a garment factory collapse in Bangladesh.
The Boston bombers were planning on blowing up Times Square.
The Senate is trying to unfurlough FAA workers.
President Obama paid tribute to the dead from the West, Texas fertilizer plant explosion.
The Tigers lost to Kansas City 8-3 in extra innings.
Syria — Reports of a massacre near Damascus.
Jordan is running out of room for refugees from Syria.
Death toll reported at 188 in China earthquake.
Feds ask to interview wife of dead Boston bombing suspect.
FAA furloughs begin; expect flight delays.
The Tigers lost again to the Angels, completing their skunking out west.
Avalanche kills five snowboarders in Colorado.
U.S. promises to double aid to Syrian rebels.
Rescuers struggle to reach earthquake victims in China.
Wildfire in California forces 200 homes evacuated.
Spring flooding bringing rivers to their crest in the Midwest.
The Tigers got walloped and shut out by the Angels 10-0.
The suspect in the Boston bombings now faces interrogation.
Death toll in Texas fertilizer plant blast reaches 14.
Big earthquake hits China.
Judge in Pakistan keeps Musharraf in jail.
Indiana hit by downpour as storms head east.
R.I.P. Al Neuharth, founder of USA Today.
The Tigers lost to the Angels 8-1.