American special forces along with Syrian and Kurdish fighters are moving closer to Raqqa, the ISIS stronghold.
House rejected $37 billion defense bill because it included LGBT protection.
Baylor University fired their football coach and demoted President Kenneth Starr over sexual assault scandal.
Gas prices hit eleven-year low just in time for the holiday weekend.
Tropical Update: Invest 91L looks like it’s getting stronger.
Next: Taliban appoints new leader.
Eleven states make a federal case out of peeing in private.
The T.S.A. says long lines at airports are here for a while.
The housing market recorded their best gains in 24 years in April.
The Tigers lost 8-5 to the Phillies.
Tropical Update: Invest 91L gets an early start on the season.
Austria: The racist xenophobic right-wing candidate narrowly lost the presidential election.
Baltimore: One of six officers charged in the death of Freddie Gray was acquitted in a bench trial.
The U.S. Supreme Court tossed the conviction of a black man found guilty by an all-white juror based on overwhelming evidence of racism.
That’s Hot: Temperatures in India hit 123.8 F.
Tropical Update: It’s a little early, but there’s something brewing in the ocean.
The Tigers beat the Phillies 5-4.
President Obama will visit Hiroshima.
Bangladesh executes leader of Islamist party.
Kentucky hit by tornadoes.
Bernie Sanders wins the West Virginia primary.
Hillary Clinton advocates greater access to Medicare.
Ted Cruz threatens to re-enter the race.
The Tigers finally won 5-4 against the Nationals, ending their 7-game losing streak.
D.O.J. files suit against North Carolina’s anti-LGBT law.
Nature helps control wildfire in Alberta.
“Trump-like” candidate leads unofficial presidential vote count in the Philippines.
Mexico judge says “El Chapo” can be extradited to U.S.
R.I.P. William Schallert, 93, character actor of note.
Saudis have a shake-up in the ruling class.
Images suggest North Korea is prepping for nuke test.
Deadly storms threaten Plains with rain and hail.
Drug boss “El Chapo” is in Mexico’s worst-rated prison.
The Tigers had a rotten weekend; they’ve lost 6 in a row.
Arrests ordered as Baghdad protestors stage sit-in.
No water, no teachers for Detroit.
Louisiana gets 9 inches of rain.
Puerto Rico to default on $422 million debt.
The Tigers swept the Twins this weekend.
Hillary Clinton won four of five primaries yesterday.
Donald Trump gets “presumptive.”
Heavy rain and hail hit the Midwest.
Sweden is warned against possible ISIS plot in Stockholm.
Volkswagen had a Power Point in 2006 on how to cheat on emissions.
The Tigers lost to the A’s 5-1.
U.S. to send more military forces to Syria.
Kasich-Cruz deal to stop Trump falters.
Saudi Arabia plans to end its “addiction to oil.”
Rough weather in store for the Midwest.
Brady’s suspension is reinstated.
The Tigers beat the A’s 7-3.
Ecuador earthquake toll passes 240.
Brazilian congress votes to impeach President Dilma Rousseff.
OPEC fails to reach agreement on freezing oil production.
Airline pilot reports drone strike near London airport.
Rough weather in the Rockies and Midwest.
The Tigers won two of three from the Astros over the weekend.
Senior North Korean spy agency official defects to South Korea.
Poll shows Clinton and Trump with sizable leads in New York.
Michigan Gov. Snyder throws staff under the bus for Flint water crisis.
Tornadoes hit Arkansas
Cuba is running out of beer thanks to tourism.
Tigers lose 7-4 to Pirates.
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.
John Kerry: ISIS has committed genocide.
Obama quietly suggests its time to unite behind Hillary Clinton.
Apple engineers talk of refusing to unlock iPhone.
Spring surprise: Winter storm heads for Northeast.
Florida budget loses $256 million to line-item vetoes.
Cue Steve Martin: King Tut is back in the news.
Car bomb in Turkish capital kills scores of people.
Sixteen killed in terrorist attack in resort city in Ivory Coast.
Police use pepper spray on protestors outside Trump rally in Kansas City.
Flooding worsens in South as the rains finally let up.
Man arrested after Iditarod accident kills one dog, injures six.
ISIS detainee says they have chemical weapons.
Hungary sends troops to border to block immigration.
U.S. Special Forces involved in raid in Somalia.
Nine firefighters hurt as massive explosion hits downtown Seattle.
Two dead as storms sweep through the South.
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.
Up to 20 people injured in multiple shootings in Kansas.
Apple asks judge to vacate order in phone case.
Lead warnings issued in Jackson, Mississippi.
Storm system wreaks havoc from Gulf Coast to Northeast.
30 stranded in Antarctica after icebreaker runs aground.
Trump wins Nevada caucus.
President Obama is “adamant” about closing Gitmo.
CDC reports 14 new cases of Zika virus transmitted by sex.
Senate GOP throws tantrum about SCOTUS nominee.
ISIS attacks on the rise in spite of Russian airstrikes.
Tornadoes and storms kill one in Louisiana.
GOP closes ranks behind McConnell to filibuster Scalia replacement.
U.N. says 50 were killed in strikes against Syria hospital.
Zika virus complicates abortion choices in Colombia.
Four American citizens arrested in Bahrain.
Storm leaves three dead, thousands without power.
Pope John Paul II had a pen pal.
Kerry: ISIS pushed back in Iraq but threatens Libya.
Scary: Zika virus in Texas was transmitted by sex.
North Korea prepares long-range missile launch.
Flint’s former manager resigns as emergency manager of Detroit schools.
Snow and high winds hit Plains and Midwest.