Taliban are open to peace talks.
immigration reform would cut billions from the deficit.
Nuclear reductions depend on Russia.
Protests rock Brazil.
Michael Hastings, 33, reporter and journalist.
TD Two heads across southern Mexico.
Heat stay alive in OT to go to Game 7.
Tigers lost to the Orioles 5-2.
N.S.A. director says “dozens” of attacks thwarted.
C.I.A. Deputy Director
Michael Morell resigns.
Turkish P.M. orders an end to riots in 24 hours.
Wildfires still burn along the Front Range in Colorado.
Severe weather moves across the country and hits the East Coast.
Miller Barber, 82, golf champion.
Tigers lost in 10 to K.C. 3-2. (Valverde blew the save.)
I can’t let this day go by without remembering that it was 40 years ago today that
William Inge shuffled off this mortal coil.
1913 – 1973 Playwright
He left by his own hand, convinced he had nothing more to say. But since 1981 his life, his words, and his characters have been celebrated and his legacy has been
honored in his own hometown of Independence, Kansas. The only sadness I have is that we didn’t do it until after he was gone.
Rest in peace, playwright.
N.S.A. went after more than just Verizon.
Israel keeps a wary eye on Syria’s border fighting.
I.R.S. official apologizes for
Student loan plans go down to defeat in the Senate.
Gov. Christie names N.J. attorney general as interim senator.
Esther Williams, 91, star of MGM water musical spectaculars.
TS Andrea soaked Florida. Meanwhile, another disturbance takes shape.
Tigers beat the Rays
Syria warns its citizens about traveling to Turkey.
Kerry says time is running out on Mideast peace chances.
President Obama names three for D.C. court.
Sen. Frank Lautenberg (D-NJ), 89, the last World War II vet to serve in Congress.
Tropical Update: A
little disturbance to start off the season…
Miami Heat beat the Pacers to make it to the NBA finals.
Rest in peace,
Taliban reject peace talks after drone strike kills one of their own.
Average U.S. household still struggling to get rich.
tornadoes hit Oklahoma.
Andrew Greeley, theologian and critic of Catholic doctrine.
Tigers lose another one to the Pirates 1-0.
Death toll in Oklahoma tornado now stands at 91.
Car bombs in Baghdad kill at least 60.
Roadside bomb kills 6 Afghan police.
Out of the Loop — White House aides kept IRS probe from Obama.
Connecticut commute getting easier in spite of closed rail line.
Ray Manzarek, keyboardist and founding member of The Doors.
The Tigers had the night off.
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.
I.D. suspect in New Orleans Mothers Day shooting.
Sleazy abortion doctor convicted on three counts of murder.
Dr. Joyce Brothers, 85, celebrity psychologist.
Tigers beat the Astros 7-2.
Volcano eruption in the Philippines kills five.
Sexual assaults in the military topped 26,000 in 2012.
Immigration bill faces hundreds of amendments.
Background check bill may get another shot.
Mark Sanford goes back to Congress.
The Dow closed over
15,000 for the first time ever.
Ray Harryhausen, Hollywood master of stop-motion photography.
The Tigers got rained out in Washington.
President Obama will try again to
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
Markey vs. Gomez in Massachusetts primary for the Senate.
morning-after pill safe for 15 and up.
Tony nominations are out. (Missed again.)
Deanna Durbin, 91, film star of the ’40′s.
Tigers beat the Twins 6-1.
Rabbit, rabbit, rabbit.
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.
George Jones, 81, country singer.
Tigers walloped the Braves 10-0 behind Anibal Sanchez’s record 17 strike-outs.
Boston bombers learned their stuff on the internet.
Rhode Island is a step closer to marriage equality.
Three charges dropped in abortion doctor murder trial.
DHS Secretary Napolitano says
immigration bill will help with border security.
Sen. Max Baucus (D?-MT) is retiring after 2014.
Supreme Court rules that minor offenses don’t warrant deportation.
Allan Arbus, 95, aka Maj. Sidney Freedman on M*A*S*H.
The Tigers got rained out in Kansas City.
Richie Havens, rest in peace.
The suspect in the Boston bombings now faces
Death toll in Texas fertilizer plant blast reaches 14.
earthquake hits China.
Judge in Pakistan keeps
Musharraf in jail.
Indiana hit by downpour as storms head east.
Al Neuharth, founder of USA Today.
Tigers lost to the Angels 8-1.
Bomb details emerge in Boston investigation.
President Obama will
visit Boston on Thursday.
ricin to Sen. Roger Wicker (R-MS).
American Airlines was grounded because of a computer glitch.
Stocks recover from a bad day.
Pat Summerall, NFL announcer.
Tigers beat Seattle 6-2.
Secretary of State Kerry hints at conditions for talks with
U.S. drone kills 4 in Pakistan.
Venezuelans elect Nicolás Maduro, former President Hugo Chávez’s chosen successor.
Trudeaumania: The Next Generation — Justin Trudeau elected leader of Liberals in Canada.
Bail set at
$3 million for ex-justice of the peace in Texas in D.A. murder case.
They’re back — Giant African land snails return to South Florida.
Sir Colin Davis, longtime conductor of the London Symphony Orchestra.
Adam Scott won the Masters after a playoff with Angel Cabrera. This is Australia’s first Masters.
Tigers beat Oakland 10-1.
יום השואה, , the day to remember the Holocaust. Yom HaShoah
We must remember the millions.