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'Glee' star Mark Salling changes lawyer in child porn caseLOS ANGELES (AP) — An actor who starred on the musical dramedy "Glee" has a new lawyer to represent him in a federal child pornography case.Cameron at EU summit: Everyone wants to see a "clear model" for future relationsBRUSSELS (AP) — Cameron at EU summit: Everyone wants to see a "clear model" for future relations.Former Colts RB Tipton dies in accidental shootingROSEVILLE, Mich. (AP) — Zurlon Tipton, a former Indianapolis Colts running back, has died after accidentally shooting himself at a car dealership in suburban Detroit. He was 26.Victims injured in shooting in downtown Denver: police(Reuters) - Police were responding to a shooting in downtown Denver on Tuesday afternoon and said victims were being transported to area hospitals. The Denver Police Department on its Twitter account urged people to shelter in place, calling the area near the University of Colorado Denver campus an "active crime scene." Police said they were shutting down streets in the vicinity.Suicide bombers target Istanbul airport, killing at least 28

Turkish rescue services help a wounded person outside Ataturk Airport in Istanbul, Tuesday, June 28, 2016. Two explosions have rocked Istanbul's Ataturk airport, killing several people and wounding others, Turkey's justice minister and another official said Tuesday. A Turkish official says two attackers have blown themselves up at the airport after police fired at them. The official said the attackers detonated the explosives at the entrance of the international terminal before entering the x-ray security check. (Ismail Coskun, IHA via AP) TURKEY OUTISTANBUL (AP) — Several suicide bombers have hit Istanbul's Ataturk airport, killing at least 28 people and wounding some 60 others, Istanbul's governor and other officials said Tuesday.


Economic espionage a 'tremendous problem': U.S. attorney general

United States Attorney General Loretta Lynch speaks to Reuters in an exclusive interview in PhoenixPHOENIX (Reuters) - U.S. Attorney General Loretta Lynch said on Tuesday fighting economic espionage was a priority for the Department of Justice. Interviewed by Reuters in Phoenix, she said: "When it comes to economic espionage, this is in fact a tremendous problem because ... be they individuals or be they state actors ... essentially they're stealing from future generations also. We take these matters very seriously... It is a matter of priority for us." (Reporting by Julia Edwards in Phoenix; Writing by Doina Chiacu and Eric Walsh; Editing by Howard Goller)


Death toll in Istanbul suicide attack rises to 28: governorISTANBUL (Reuters) - Suicide bomb attackers targeting Istanbul's main international airport on Tuesday killed 28 people, the provincial governor was quoted as saying by NTV news channel, raising the initial death toll from 10. The governor also said that authorities believe three suicide bombers attacked Ataturk Airport, Europe's third-busiest, because there were three separate explosions, according to NTV. (Reporting by Ayla Jean Yackley; Editing by David Dolan)1 hospitalized after report of shooting in downtown DenverDENVER (AP) — Denver police say at least one person is hospitalized after reports of a shooting in downtown Denver.Deaths from heroin, opioid drugs in US rise sharply

From 2010 to 2014, the number of deaths from opioid drugs such as fentanyl almost doubled, according to a new reportThe Obama administration on Tuesday emphasized the need for funding to treat opioid and heroin addiction, releasing new statistics showing explosive growth in overdose deaths. From 2010 to 2014, the number of heroin overdose deaths in the United States more than tripled, while deaths from opioid drugs such as fentanyl -- which killed the singer Prince -- almost doubled, according to a new report by the Drug Enforcement Administration. "The death and destruction connected to heroin and opioids is indeed unprecedented and horrific," DEA Acting Administrator Chuck Rosenberg said in a statement.


Lisa Marie Presley files for divorce in Los AngelesLOS ANGELES (AP) — Court records show Lisa Marie Presley had filed for divorce from her husband of more than 10 years.The Latest: Report: 28 killed in Istanbul airport attack

Medics and security members work at the entrance of the Ataturk Airport after explosions in Istanbul, Tuesday, June 28, 2016. Two explosions have rocked Istanbul's Ataturk airport, killing several people and wounding others, Turkey's justice minister and another official said Tuesday. A Turkish official says two attackers have blown themselves up at the airport after police fire at them. The official said the attackers detonated the explosives at the entrance of the international terminal before entering the x-ray security check. (IHA via AP) TURKEY OUTISTANBUL (AP) — The Latest on the explosions at Istanbul's Ataturk airport (all times local):


28 dead in Istanbul airport suicide attack: city governor

People stand outside the entrance as they leave the airport after two explosions followed by gunfire hit the Turkey's biggest airport of Ataturk in Istanbul, on June 28, 2016At least 28 people were killed Tuesday evening in a suicide attack at the international terminal of Istanbul's Ataturk airport, the city's governor said. Two explosions hit the airport -- Turkey's biggest -- followed by gunfire, local television channels reported, adding that all flights had been suspended. More than a dozen ambulances raced to Ataturk airport, CNN Turk said.


Michigan attorney general wants $3.4M more for Flint probeLANSING, Mich. (AP) — Michigan's attorney general on Tuesday asked to spend $3.4 million more on a criminal and civil probe into Flint's water crisis, which would more than triple the funding for his team of nearly two dozen outside lawyers and investigators.Hawaii to play in Pearl Harbor basketball invitationalHONOLULU (AP) — The University of Hawaii men's basketball team will play in the Fox Sports Pearl Harbor Invitational in December, part of the 75th anniversary of the attack on Pearl Harbor.Istanbul bomber tackled by policeman before blast: NBC, citing witness(Reuters) - A police officer wrestled to the ground one of the suicide bombers at Istanbul's Ataturk airport on Tuesday before he detonated his bomb, an NBC News reporter said on Twitter, citing an eyewitness to the event. (Reporting by Eric Beech; Writing by Eric Walsh)Turkish police evacuating Istanbul airport after attack, police sayTurkish police were evacuating Istanbul's Ataturk Airport on Tuesday, a police official at the scene told Reuters, after suicide bombers blew themselves up at the entrance to the airport, killing at least 10 people and wounding many more. The two suicide bombers opened fire before blowing themselves up at the entrance to the city's main airport, officials and witnesses said.Migration key to new relationship, Cameron tells EUBy Gabriela Baczynska and Robert-Jan Bartunek BRUSSELS (Reuters) - Outgoing Prime Minister David Cameron told European Union leaders on Tuesday that Britain's future relations with the bloc it voted last week to leave would depend on the EU's willingness to allow it to curb free movement of workers. Cameron, who resigned after losing a referendum on remaining in the EU last week, told what may be his last summit of the 28-nation bloc he hoped the United Kingdom would maintain as close as possible an economic and political relationship with them. "The prime minister's message tonight is that the key to staying close will be the need to address the issue of free movement," a British government source said.Buddy Ryan, NFL coach and master of defense, dies at 85

FILE - In this Oct. 7, 2011, file photo, former Bears' defensive coordinator Buddy Ryan gestures as he walks in with former head coach Mike Ditka, and President Barack Obama, during an event honoring the 1985 Super Bowl XX Champions Chicago Bears football team on the South Lawn of the White House in Washington. Buddy Ryan, who coached two defenses that won Super Bowl titles and whose twin sons Rex and Rob have been successful NFL coaches, died Tuesday, June 28, 2016. He was 82. (AP Photo/Pablo Martinez Monsivais, File)Buddy Ryan took a back seat to no one. Neither did his fierce defenses that won two Super Bowls.


New Jersey senator protests Puerto Rico bill on Senate floorWASHINGTON (AP) — A New Jersey senator is monopolizing the Senate floor to protest legislation that would help Puerto Rico with its crippling debt.Two MPs start push for second Brexit referendum

A couple kiss outside the Houses of Parliament during a protest aimed at showing London's solidarity with the European Union following the recent EU referendum, in central LondonBy William James LONDON (Reuters) - Two MPs have begun moves to secure a second referendum on leaving the European Union, saying that voters must be given a chance to approve or reject the country's exit plan before formal negotiations begin. "UK citizens must agree on the terms of leaving the EU and, if not satisfied, be given the opportunity to opt for the UK to remain an EU member," said a formal notice submitted to parliament by MP Geraint Davies of the Labour Party. Davies said that informal negotiations with other EU leaders should be used to compile a Brexit plan, which should then be put to a public vote before the "Article 50" legal process of leaving the bloc, a period of up to two years, is activated.


Emergency call log details horror of Orlando nightclub shooting

Jose Louis Morales sits and prays under his brother Edward Sotomayor Jr.'s cross that is part of a makeshift memorial for the victims of the Pulse night club shootings in OrlandoAfter a gunman opened fire at a gay nightclub in Florida this month, police dispatchers fielded calls from people inside who screamed of being shot, begged for help and spoke in hushed voices of the bloody scene around them. The 911 operators' notes, made public on Tuesday, are part of an Orlando Police Department incident narrative that began at 2:02 a.m. on June 12 with two words: "Shots fired." Over the next three hours, operators recorded hearing people screaming and multiple shots fired as Omar Mateen killed 49 people and wounded 53 others in the worst mass shooting in modern U.S. history. "My caller is no longer responding, just an open line with moaning," an operator wrote at 2:09 a.m. The calls came from Pulse nightclub's bathrooms, attic, dressing room and office.


Two UK lawmakers start push for second Brexit referendumBy William James LONDON (Reuters) - Two British lawmakers have begun moves to secure a second referendum on leaving the European Union, saying that voters must be given a chance to approve or reject the country's exit plan before formal negotiations begin. "UK citizens must agree on the terms of leaving the EU and, if not satisfied, be given the opportunity to opt for the UK to remain an EU member," said a formal notice submitted to parliament by lawmaker Geraint Davies of the main opposition Labour Party. Davies said that informal negotiations with other EU leaders should be used to compile a Brexit plan, which should then be put to a public vote before the "Article 50" legal process of leaving the bloc, a period of up to two years, is activated.Suicide attack at Istanbul airport wounds 60 people: state news agencyISTANBUL (Reuters) - Suicide bomb attacks on Tuesday at Istanbul's main Ataturk Airport wounded 60 people, six of them seriously, the state-run Anadolu Agency reported. Ten people were killed when two suicide bombers opened fire, then blew themselves up at the main international airport in Istanbul, Europe's third-busiest. Officials initially said 20 people were hurt. (Reporting by Daren Butler; Writing by Ayla Jean Yackley; Editing by David Dolan)Mack Rice, Composer of 'Mustang Sally,' Dies at 82Mack Rice, the composer of ‘60s hit “Mustang Sally” and co-writer of the Staple Singers’ landmark “Respect Yourself” has died in Detroit. Laura Rice told The Associated Press that her husband died at their home Monday of complications from Alzheimer’s disease. “Sir” Mack Rice was best known for writing “Mustang Sally,” which he initially recorded but singer Wilson Pickett popularized.Ten killed, many wounded in suicide attack at Istanbul airport

A view of the entrance of the Ataturk international airport after two suicide bombers opened fire before blowing themselves up at the entrance, in Istanbul, TurkeyBy Daren Butler and Ayla Jean Yackley ISTANBUL (Reuters) - Two suicide bombers opened fire before blowing themselves up at the entrance to the main international airport in Istanbul on Tuesday, killing at least 10 people and wounding many more, Turkish officials and witnesses said. Police fired shots to try to stop the attackers just before they reached a security checkpoint at the arrivals hall of the Ataturk airport but they blew themselves up, one of the officials said. Speaking in parliament, Justice Minister Bekir Bozdag said that based on initial information he could only confirm there had been one attacker.


Panel's report reignites debate over Clinton and Benghazi

Democratic U.S. presidential candidate Hillary Clinton pauses as she speaks at a campaign rally in ClevelandBy James Oliphant and David Morgan WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Congressional Republicans on Tuesday accused Hillary Clinton's State Department of failing to protect four Americans killed in a 2012 attack in Libya, in a final report that contained no major new revelations but rekindled debate on the U.S. presidential campaign trail. In an 800-page report that Democrats derided as a political vendetta, Republicans said Clinton, who served as secretary of state from 2009 to 2013 and is now the presumptive Democratic presidential nominee, and her staff showed a "shameful" lack of response to congressional investigators looking into the attacks on a U.S. diplomatic compound in Benghazi, Libya. The report, the culmination of a two-year investigation by a special congressional committee led by Republican Representative Trey Gowdy, is likely to be the last official attempt to investigate the attack.


AP FACT CHECK: Trump's vision improbably resembles past

Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump speaks during a campaign stop, Tuesday, June 28, 2016, at Alumisource, a metals recycling facility in Monessen, Pa. (AP Photo/Keith Srakocic)WASHINGTON (AP) — Donald Trump laid out an economic future Tuesday that improbably resembles the past, declaring "it will be American steel" that once again builds gleaming skyscrapers and fortifies the bridges and American factories that broadly revive a manufacturing economy long gone.


VW agrees to buy back diesel vehicles, fund clean air efforts

File photo of VW sign outside a Volkswagen dealership in LondonBy David Shepardson and Joel Schectman WASHINGTON (Reuters) - German automaker Volkswagen AG will pay as much as $15.3 billion after admitting it cheated on U.S. diesel emissions tests for years, agreeing to buy back vehicles from consumers and provide funding that could benefit makers of cleaner technologies. The largest-ever automotive buyback offer in the United States came in a deal announced on Tuesday by the Justice Department, Federal Trade Commission, Environmental Protection Agency and California state regulators. The proposed consent decree confirmed that VW will set aside $10.033 billion to cover buybacks or fixes for diesel cars and sport utility vehicles that used illegal software to defeat government emissions tests.


Booster rocket fires in key NASA test for Mars missions

Spectators watch the second and final qualification motor (QM-2) test for the Space Launch System's booster, Tuesday, June 28, 2016, at Orbital ATK Propulsion Systems test facilities in Promontory, Utah. During the Space Launch System flight the boosters will provide more than 75 percent of the thrust needed to escape the gravitational pull of the Earth, the first step on NASA's Journey to Mars. (Bill Ingalls/NASA via AP) MANDATORY CREDITCAPE CANAVERAL, Fla. (AP) — NASA's fireworks came early this year with a successful rocket test in Utah.


Obama briefed on explosions at Istanbul airport: White HouseWASHINGTON (Reuters) - U.S. President Barack Obama was briefed on Tuesday about explosions at Turkey's main international airport by Lisa Monaco, his homeland security and counterterrorism adviser, the White House said. At least 10 people were killed and many more wounded when two suicide bombers opened fire before blowing themselves up at Istanbul's Ataturk Airport on Tuesday, Turkish officials and witnesses said. (Reporting by Roberta Rampton and Ayesha Rascoe; Editing by Bill Rigby)U.S. Volkswagen owners: Your compensation from scandal settlementBy Alexandria Sage SAN FRANCISCO (Reuters) - Volkswagen AG has agreed to offer nearly 500,000 owners of diesel vehicles it sold in the United States a choice between selling their cars back to VW, or waiting to see if the company can develop technology that brings the vehicles into compliance with pollution standards. The deal also includes cash compensation. Here's what you need to know, according to the settlement: Who can file a claim?Volkswagen agrees $603 million settlement with U.S. statesVolkswagen has agreed a $603 million settlement with dozens of U.S. states to resolve state consumer protection claims over the German carmaker's diesel emissions scandal, it said on Tuesday. Volkswagen in a statement said it had agreed with the attorneys general of 44 U.S. states, the District of Columbia and Puerto Rico. "Today's announcement is within the scope of our provisions and other financial liabilities that we have already disclosed, and we are in a position to manage the consequences," Volkswagen's Chief Financial Officer Frank Witter said.Flights to stop landing at Istanbul airport after 2110 GMT: officialISTANBUL (Reuters) - Planes will be allowed to land at Istanbul's Ataturk Airport until 2110 GMT (4:10 p.m. EDT), and flights have already been stopped from taking off following a deadly blast on Tuesday, an official for Turkish Airlines said. Two suicide bombers opened fire before blowing themselves up at the entrance to the main international airport in Istanbul on Tuesday, killing at least 10 people and wounding many more, Turkish officials and witnesses said. (Reporting by Asli Kandemir; Writing by David Dolan; Editing by Nick Tattersall)Officer: Military adultery ban is unfair to heterosexualsDENVER (AP) — Attorneys for an Air Force officer charged with rape, adultery and other crimes are making the novel argument that the military ban on extramarital sex discriminates against heterosexuals because it doesn't specifically include same-sex couples.Golf back in the Olympics after 112 years, but for how long?

FILE - In this June 3, 2016, file photo, Jason Day, of Australia, tees off on the 14th hole during the second round of the Memorial golf tournament in Dublin, Ohio. Day said he is pulling out of Rio Olympics because of concerns about Zika. (AP Photo/Darron Cummings, File)AKRON, Ohio (AP) — For the longest time, golf's biggest headache in preparing for a return to the Olympics was getting a new course built in Rio de Janeiro.


Shhh: Serena Williams, coach don't discuss '22' at Wimbledon

Serena Williams of the U.S celebrates a point against Amara Safikovic of Switzerland during their women's singles match on day two of the Wimbledon Tennis Championships in London, Tuesday, June 28, 2016. (AP Photo/Ben Curtis)LONDON (AP) — Leave all the chatter about Serena Williams' pursuit of her 22nd major singles trophy to others.


Chelsea Handler reveals abortions in Playboy essay on choice

FILE - In this June 2, 2016 file photo, Chelsea Handler arrives at the Television Academy's 70th Anniversary at The Television Academy in Los Angeles. Handler says in an essay for Playboy that she had two abortions as a teenager and never regretted the decision. The comedian and talk show host writes in an article published June 24 that she’s frustrated by political rhetoric that threatens to limit the rights guaranteed under Roe v. Wade.(Photo by Rich Fury/Invision/AP,file)LOS ANGELES (AP) — Chelsea Handler says in an essay for Playboy that she had two abortions as a teenager and never regretted the decision.


Monkey study finds Zika infection lasts longer in pregnancyWASHINGTON (AP) — Researchers infected pregnant monkeys with the Zika virus to learn how it harms developing fetuses — and in a highly unusual twist, the public can get a real-time peek at the findings.Americans, Chinese look to UK for travel bargains after Brexit vote

Tourists gather outside the National Gallery in LondonBy Melissa Fares and Jing Wang NEW YORK/SHANGHAI (Reuters) - U.S. and Chinese online travel sites have reported a jump in queries about UK holidays since Britain voted to leave the European Union last week, a sign that "Brexit" and the resulting dramatic drop in the pound could boost tourism. Travel agents, hotel chains and airlines say it is too early to tell if the vote will impact bookings in the longer term, but inquiries jumped as travelers hunt for cheaper breaks. Britain's decision to pull out of the European Union leaves the world's fifth-largest economy facing deep uncertainty.


U.S. Attorney General awaiting briefing on Istanbul attack, will investigatePHOENIX, Arizona (Reuters) - U.S. Attorney General Loretta Lynch said on Tuesday she is awaiting a briefing on the blast at the airport in Istanbul, Turkey. "I'm awaiting a briefing on that matter right now ... certainly we will be looking into it," Lynch told reporters at a press conference in Phoenix, Arizona. (Reporting by Julia Edwards; Editing by Chris Reese)

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