Both sides have the deadliest day in Gaza.
Many bodies of crash victims held by Ukrainian rebels.
Kerry says Russia trained separatists on how to use the missiles.
Three teens held in Albuquerque homeless killing.
Rory McIlroy wins British Open.
The Tigers avoided getting swept by Cleveland 5-1.
Droning on in Iraq: Political leaders are looking for someone to replace the current prime minister.
Syria: President Obama requests $500 million for rebels.
SCOTUS: The Court ruled against President Obama’s recess appointments and struck down abortion clinic buffer zones.
Arizona firefighter families sue over deaths.
End of the road for India’s iconic Ambassador automobile.
R.I.P. Howard Baker, 88, former Republican Senator from Tennessee. Classy guy who couldn’t get nominated in the G.O.P. today.
The Tigers swept the Rangers 6-0 and extend their streak to seven wins.
The Department of Justice charges five Chinese military officials with hacking into U.S. computers.
Heard this before — Vladimir Putin says he’s ordered Russian troops on the Ukraine border back home.
Turkey detains mining officials over the deadly explosion last week.
A third case of MERS is reported in the U.S.
Credit Suisse pleads guilty to tax evasion scheme.
The Tigers lost in 10 to the team from Cleveland 5-4.
India — Election results in sharp turn to the right.
GM agrees to pay $35 million fine for failure to recall defective ignition switches.
Fire erupts at the site of the Turkish mine disaster.
Arson suspect arrested in California wildfires.
The Tigers shut out the Red Sox 1-0.
Hundreds of miners are feared lost in an explosion in a mine in Turkey.
Drones put to good use: searching for the missing girls in Nigeria.
Over 11,000 homes have been evacuated as wildfires burn in San Diego County.
Wedding bells for same-sex couples will begin on Friday in Idaho after the judge denied the stay requested by the governor.
The Tigers swept the Orioles 7-5. At 24-12, the Tigers have the best record in the majors.
In the Ukraine, the acting president gives up hope of controlling the eastern part of the country.
A freight train carrying crude oil derailed and caught fire in downtown Lynchburg, Virginia.
Elections were held in Iraq.
Oklahoma Gov. Mary Fallin asked for an independent investigation into the botched execution.
Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia misquoted his own words in his dissent on the Clean Air Act ruling.
R.I.P. Bob Hoskins, 71, actor in Mona Lisa and Who Framed Roger Rabbit?
The Tigers beat the White Sox 5-1.
Rabbit, rabbit, rabbit.
Iran gets disinvited to the Syrian peace talks.
Sanctions begin to ease on Iran.
Expanded Medicaid coverage brings in people to sign up.
Two people in Target credit card fraud case nabbed at Texas border.
Cause of deadly plant explosion in Omaha unknown.
President Obama announces some new restrictions on N.S.A. snooping.
Pennsylvania judge strikes down state voter ID law.
Company behind chemical spill in West Virginia files for bankruptcy.
Sixteen killed in bombing in Kabul cafe.
Syria proposes cease-fire in Aleppo.
The job numbers were weak for December.
Document dump shows Christie allies tried to cover up the bridge closure.
U.S. will recognize the same-sex marriages in Utah even if the state won’t.
Thousands without water in West Virginia after chemical spill.
The credit card breach at Target was much bigger than originally thought.
Syrian opposition says civilians are trapped in a mosque.
Snowden case chills U.S./Latin America ties.
Memorial service held for victims of Canadian runaway train.
Former Montana Gov. Brian Schweitzer (D) won’t run for the Senate.
R.I.P. Tunch, 12, of Balloon Juice.
The Tigers lost to the Rangers 7-1, and Max Scherzer lost his first game.
N.T.S.B. says the pilot of the Asiana flight that crashed in San Francisco tried to abort the landing.
Forty people still missing from Quebec train wreck and fire.
Teresa Heinz Kerry is hospitalized in Boston in critical but stable condition.
Raul Castro chastises Cubans for bad behavior.
7.2 earthquake hits off Papua New Guinea.
Andy Murray of Scotland won the men’s finals at Wimbledon, ending Britian’s 77-year drought at the tournament.
Tropical Update: Invest 95L is still way out in the Atlantic.
The Tigers lost to the Indians 9-6, but they are still in first place.
South Korea warns of “grave measures” if the North won’t talk.
Rhode Island passes marriage equality.
Barges explode in Mobile, Alabama.
Body pull from river may be missing student.
High-tech $100 bill coming in October.
The Tigers beat Kansas City 7-5.
The Google Doodle today notes that we all live on this planet together.
Meanwhile, we remember that the Deepwater Horizon oil spill started three years ago and we’re still cleaning it up with chemicals that are still toxic, our fertilizer can still blow us to smithereens, and climate change is still happening despite what some crack-pot Jesus-shouter congressman from Texas thinks about Noah and the flood.
It’s still snowing up in Michigan and they’re still bracing for floods in the Midwest.
Have a nice day.
Big depositors in Cyprus could lose big in debt deal.
A deal on immigration reform is nigh, according to reports out of the Senate.
Murder in Texas — White supremacists suspected in assassination of D.A.
Oil pipeline ruptures in Arkansas, forcing evacuations.
Also in Arkansas, 1 dead, 3 injured in accident at a nuclear power plant.
Sen. Marco Rubio plans filibuster over gun legislation.
Mississippi bans soft drinks smaller than 20 ounces.
75-car pile-up on Virginia/North Carolina border kills at least one.
Rabbit, rabbit, rabbit.
Egypt — President Morsi calls for a referendum on the new constitution.
Air base attacked in Afghanistan.
North Korea is planning to try to launch another missile.
Tunnel collapse outside Tokyo traps motorists.
Cuba wants to trade prisoners.
A wildfire in Rocky Mountain National Park causes evacuations.
A tour bus took a wrong turn at MIA and hit an overpass; two dead.
Israel plans new settlements on the West Bank.
Egyptians protest after the vote on the new constitution.
Syria — Airport reopens; internet still down.
Mexico gets a new president today.
Train derailment in New Jersey sickens dozens.
Miami may have to choose boats over football in the Superbowl bid.
Hurricane Season is officially over, so this little Invest doesn’t really exist.
Rabbit, rabbit, rabbit.
U.S. weighs choices in Syria.
Palestinians will win recognition as a state by the U.N.
Bangladesh protests over fire grow; plant supervisors arrested.
Two people won the Powerball worth $580 million.
Useless — The 112th Congress is on track to be the least productive since the 1940′s.
Go Figure — Oil prices go up as fears about the U.S. budget deal ease.
Classy — George Zimmerman, the man accused of shooting Trayvon Martin is selling his autograph to raise money.
Israel and Hamas step up attacks in Gaza.
BP will pay a $4 billion fine, plus plead guilty to manslaughter.
President Obama went back to look at the progress in storm recovery in New York.
States get more time to decide on healthcare exchanges.
Hearings on Benghazi turn hot and political.
Train hits veterans’ parade in Texas; 4 killed.
United Airlines flights were delayed by a computer glitch.
The U.S. says it killed a Haqqani leader in Pakistan.
An explosion at a mine in China has dozens killed and missing.
New Orleans and the Gulf Coast begin to find their way out of the water after Isaac.
Citigroup agrees to a $590 million subprime mortgage settlement.
President Obama had a Q&A on Reddit and it crashed.
George Zimmerman will get a new judge.
Tropical Update: Isaac is inland over Louisiana; Kirk is in the middle of the Atlantic, heading northeast; Invest 98L is following Kirk.
The Tigers lost again to the Royals.