DNC Chair Wasserman Schultz steps down.
California wildfire doubles in size.
Trump could cause record turnout of Muslim-American voters.
IOC decides against complete ban of Russian team.
Chris Froome wins third Tour de France.
The Tigers had a losing weekend against the White Sox.
Attacker in France had accomplices, according to French prosecutor.
Olympic ban upheld for Russian track and field team.
Roger Ailes is out at Fox over sexual harassment claims.
U.S. sues to block health insurance giant mergers.
N.B.A. pulls All-Star game from Charlotte over anti-gay law.
Man attacks passengers on a train in Germany; several hurt.
Anti-doping agency says Russia should be banned from Rio Olympics.
No sign that Nice attacker had ties to terrorism.
U.S. and European allies urge Turkey to follow the rule of law in dealing with the coup plotters.
Did the U.K.’s new prime minister really close the government’s climate change office?
The Tigers beat the Twins 1-0.
Investigators begin inspecting EgyptAir black boxes.
Deadly heatwave and wildfires in the Southwest.
Angels block Westboro protestors at Orlando funerals.
U.K. prime minister warns Brits face “existential” choice in Brexit vote.
Trump says he doesn’t need GOP.
The Tigers lost two of three to the Royals this weekend.
Cleveland beat Golden State to win NBA championship.
Summer starts today at 6:34 p.m. EDT in the Northern Hemisphere.
New hack attack reported on global banking network.
Russia used doping in the Olympics for decades.
Brazil’s senate impeached President Dilma Rousseff.
Italy’s parliament approved civil unions for same-sex couples.
The schools in Texas are crumbling, but one district decided a new football stadium was worth $63 million.
Belgian prosecutors: France was actually the intended target.
CIA Chief Brennan: The CIA won’t waterboard again even if ordered to.
Cruz wins Colorado caucuses; Trump throws tantrum.
Danny Willet won the Masters after Jordan Spieth folded like a lawn chair on the back nine.
Ah, springtime: dangerous storms hit the South while cold hits the Northeast.
R.I.P. William Hamilton, 79, cartoonist for The New Yorker.
The Tigers and the Yankees were rained out.
Wisconsin primary results.
Lawmakers move to impeach Alabama governor.
Iceland PM Sigmundur David Gunnlaugsson resigns over Panama Papers scandal.
Rep. Alan Grayson (D-FL) under investigation by House Ethics Committee.
Southern strategy: Mississippi governor signs bill enacting gay-bashing; Pay Pal bails on North Carolina over anti-gay discrimination.
UConn women win their fourth straight NCAA basketball title.
The Tigers won their season opener against the Marlins 8-7 in 11.
Gunfire breaks out during raid tied to November Paris attacks.
NFL admits links between football and brain damage.
U.S. loosens restrictions on travel and finances to Cuba.
Washington D.C. Metro transit system to shut down today for 29 hours for emergency maintenance.
International Women’s Day rally in Turkey turns violent.
Sanders and Clinton focus on GOP in debate in Michigan.
Two dead as El Niño storms hit California.
Jimmy Carter is ending his cancer treatments.
Peyton Manning hangs it up.
Workers in Taiwan scour rubble for earthquake survivors.
North Korea launches missiles in latest test fires.
Miami is on the forefront of the fight against Zika virus.
Hillary Clinton says what happened in Flint is “immoral.”
Runner dies in Krispy Kreme race.
The Broncos won.
I haven’t really cared much for the final football game of the season since the Dolphins went undefeated in 1972.
General John F. Campbell: U.S. responsible for mistaken hospital attack.
Justice Department set to release 6,000 prisoners.
40,000 residents of South Carolina are without water after weekend flooding.
N.Y. Attorney General opens investigation into fantasy sports sites.
Ten Commandments monument removed from Oklahoma City capitol grounds.
U.S. general says attack on hospital in Kunduz was requested by Afghanistan.
The Trans-Pacific Partnership trade pact has been agreed to.
NATO warned Russia to keep its jets bombing Syria out of Turkish airspace.
New Mexico Secretary of State Dianna Duran racked up another charge in her corruption scandal.
American Airlines flight makes an emergency landing after the pilot dies.
The Miami Dolphins fired head coach Joe Philbin. Like that will help.
Serial number confirms that the piece of the airliner found on Reunion is from Malaysia Airlines MG 370.
The University of Cincinnati policeman indicted for murder in the killing of an unarmed man had his bail set at $1 million.
A California wildfire near Napa Valley has forced 650 people from their homes.
Six people were stabbed by a lunatic in the Jerusalem gay pride parade.
Athletes will swim in filth at the Rio Olympics according to the AP.
The Tigers beat the Orioles 9-8.
Turkey called an emergency NATO meeting over ISIS in Syria.
President Obama told African leaders who overstayed their welcome to get the hint.
Jonathan Pollard, who spied for Israel, will be paroled in November.
Tom Brady’s four-game suspension because he deflated his balls is upheld by the NFL commissioner.
Talk about an upgrade: Delta offers a private jet.
The Tigers lost 10-2 to the Rays.
Turkey and the U.S. unite to fight ISIS in Syria.
President Obama was in Ethiopia to talk about South Sudan.
“Ridiculous if it wasn’t sad” was how the President responded to Mike Huckabee’s oven door statement.
Boston bows out of the 2024 Olympics bid.
Europe approves world’s first malaria vaccine.
The Tigers lost 5-2 to the Rays.
Glitches: United Airlines and the New York Stock Exchange suffered computer problems yesterday.
Greece proposed a three-year debt plan to a skeptical Eurozone summit.
Baltimore police commissioner given his walking papers.
South Carolina House votes 94-20 to take down the Confederate flag.
Washington NFL team loses trademark appeal.
The Tigers beat the Mariners 5-4.
U.S. women’s soccer team for the win over Japan 5-2.
Greece votes “OXI” (“No”) to the bailout.
Secretary of State Kerry locked in negotiations with Iran as deadline approaches.
New York prison escapee returned to the joint.
South Carolina legislators brace for Confederate flag debate.
The Tigers had a topsy-turvy weekend against the Blue Jays.
(Footnote: this is the 2,400 edition of Short Takes. Good morning.)
American Pharoah won the Triple Crown, breaking the 37-year dry spell.
The Tigers beat the White Sox 7-1, ending their losing streak.
Former House Speaker Dennis Hastert indicted for hush-money concealment.
Search for Texas flood victims continue.
Former NY Gov. George Pataki jumps into GOP race.
Putin blames U.S. for FIFA scandal. Seriously.
The Tigers got walloped 12-2 by the Angels.