President Obama says it’s a “possibility” that a bomb brought down the Russian airliner.
TSA plans to ramp up security at overseas airports.
Chris Christie relegated to the kiddie table at the next GOP debate.
Union for Reform Judaism comes out for transgender rights.
R.I.P. Melissa Mathison, screenwriter for E.T.
Russia says the plane that crashed on the Sinai broke up in flight.
Witnesses describe gun rampage in Colorado Springs.
G.O.P. campaigns meet to whine about debate procedures.
43 Chipotle restaurants closed due to E. coli breakout.
The Royals won the World Series against the Mets.
R.I.P. Fred Thompson, 73, former senator, presidential candidate, and actor (Law & Order).
Russian missiles bound for Syria landed in Iran. Oops.
The CEO of VW of America got grilled by Congress.
Svetlana Alexievich won the Nobel Prize for Literature; a first for non-fiction.
Researchers believe they found the gay gene.
FIFA president Sepp Blatter suspended for 90 days.
R.I.P. Paul Prudhomme, 75, celebrity chef who popularized Cajun cooking.
VW admits to diesel emissions fraud.
E.U. ministers approve migrant plan.
Democrats defeat GOP abortion bill in the Senate.
The sage grouse doesn’t get protected status.
U.S. stops screening passengers from Liberia.
Tropical Update: TS Ida is still stuck in neutral.
R.I.P. Yogi Berra, 90, ballplayer and force of wit.
The Tigers beat the White Sox 2-1 in extra innings.
9/11/01 by Art Spiegelman for The New Yorker.
Migrants make it to Austria.
Huge ritual monument found near Stonehenge.
Russia answers U.S. criticism over Syrian aid.
R.I.P. Martin Milner, actor in Route 66 and Adam 12.
Tropical Update: Tropical Storm Grace is heading west, but looks like she’s weakening.
The Tigers beat Tampa Bay 5-4.
Officials in Budapest block refugees from getting on trains to Germany.
President Obama will push for helping Arctic communities stave off rising oceans.
The Army opens Ranger school to all comers.
Baltimore judge refuses to drop charges against cops charged in Freddie Gray’s death.
R.I.P. Dean Jones, 84, star of many Disney films.
Tropical Update: Fred stays put.
The Tigers got walloped 12-1 by the Royals.
Thai cops release a sketch of Bangkok bombing suspect.
U.S. and Russia trade barbs over Ukraine.
Court rules that cops convicted in post-Katrina shooting deserve new trial.
R.I.P. Louis Stokes, first black Congressman from Ohio.
Tropical Update: TS Danny heads west toward the north end of the Leeward Islands.
The Tigers beat the Cubs 15-8.
Western wildfires spread, triggering evacuations and power outages.
Crews try to clear Chinese explosion site of chemicals.
Plane with 54 aboard missing over Papua New Guinea.
R.I.P. Julian Bond, 75, civil rights leader.
Brewers minor league player comes out.
The Tigers lost to the Astros.
A state of emergency is declared in Ferguson after another shooting.
Colorado mine wastewater spill estimated to be 3 million gallons.
Hillary Clinton puts forth a plan to end the student loan crisis.
China read e-mails of top U.S. officials.
Archaeologists may have found the Lost Colony of Roanoke.
R.I.P. Frank Gifford, 84, NFL star and broadcaster.
The Tigers lost 4-0 to K.C.
He died thirteen years ago today. He’s been gone for as long as he was alive.
February 1, 1989 – July 20, 2002
Not a day goes by that I don’t think of him and miss him. There’s still that worn spot on the bedspread where he slept, and I still make room for him on the bed.
The Greek parliament approved the bailout.
President Obama presses Congress to approve Iran deal.
NASA released the first photos of Pluto and Charon.
Nazi guard found guilty of 300,000 Auschwitz charges.
F.A.O. Schwarz closes its landmark 5th Avenue store.
R.I.P. Marlene Sanders, pioneering news broadcaster.
Germany is keeping the pressure on Greece.
President Obama says we will battle ISIS on two fronts: militarily and ideologically.
Many non-violent drug offense prisoners could be freed by the president.
South Carolina Senate votes to take down Confederate flag.
Scientists excited about possible AIDS vaccine.
R.I.P. Jerry Weintraub, 77, Hollywood producer.
The Tigers beat the Mariners 12-5.
Grecian Turn: Another attempt at getting out debt is proposed.
Six predominately black churches have burned in the last two weeks.
The government is investigating whether major airlines colluded on keeping prices high.
A federal judge in Alabama has ordered judges to issue marriage licenses to all comers.
R.I.P Nicholas Winton, 106, a Briton who saved nearly 700 children from the Nazis.
The Tigers lost 9-3 to the Pirates.
R.I.P. Chris Squire, bassist for Yes from the very beginning.
I can still hear this song pulsing out of the tinny speakers in the weight room at the University of Colorado Rec Center.
President Obama delivers the eulogy for Rev. Clementa Pinckney.
The first funerals for the victims of the Charleston massacre were held.
The House passed trade adjustment authority as part of the “fast track” deal.
Another employee at the prison in New York was arrested on charges of helping the escapees.
The White House endorsed the Voting Rights Advancement Act.
R.I.P. Patrick McNee, 93, the ever-dapper John Steed of TV’s The Avengers.
The Tigers lost in 10 to the White Sox 8-7.
R.I.P. James Horner.
He lovingly interpolated Alexander Courage’s theme from the original Star Trek TV series, and apparently he really liked the brass section.
U.S. weighing more bases in Iraq.
“Thunderstruck” — Judge backs charges in the Tamir Rice shooting case.
North Carolina legislature overrides veto; allows officials to refuse to wed gay couples.
The deficit fell again in May, making it the lowest since August 2008.
R.I.P. Christopher Lee, 93, master villain of film; Ron Moody, 91, the consummate Fagin on stage and screen.
The Tigers were off last night.