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Muhammad Ali Dies at 74


The world is mourning the loss of boxing legend Muhammad Ali, who has died at the age of 74 on Friday. The three-time world heavyweight champion was admitted to hospital earlier last week with a respiratory condition.

2 Killed in UCLA Murder – Suicide


Two men have died in a murder-suicide at the University of California’s Los Angeles campus, which prompted a lockdown and a massive security deployment at the massive campus. UCLA shooting: 2 killed in murder-suicide Via 06/01/2016 2:45 PM

Governor of California Endorses Clinton


California Governor Jerry Brown said Tuesday he will vote for Hillary Clinton in the state’s upcoming primary, explaining that she has the best chance of beating Donald Trump in the general election. California governor endorses Clinton Via

US Warns Europe of Summer Terror Threats


The US has warned Americans on the possible threat of attacks in Europe this summer. Tuesday’s travel alert says major sporting events, tourist sites, restaurants and shopping centers are possible targets. US warns of Europe terror threat

Officer Acquitted in Freddie Gray Death


A Baltimore police officer was acquitted Monday of assault and all other charges in the case of Freddie Gray, an African American who died in custody a year ago, sparking riots and fueling debate about U.S. police brutality. Baltimore police officer

E-Cigarette Use Declining


Use of electronic cigarettes and other vaping devices has stalled in the United States as more Americans question their safety, according to a new online Reuters/Ipsos poll.  U.S. e-cigarette use stalls as health concerns grow: Reuters/Ipsos poll

Obama Ends Arms Embargo on Vietnam


President Obama has announced the lifting of a 50-year old arms embargo on communist Vietnam in a historic signal of warming relations between former enemies that waged a bloody Cold War conflict. Obama lifts arms embargo on Vietnam

Oklahoma Wants to Impeach Obama?


Oklahoma lawmakers are asking for members of the U.S. House of Representatives to file articles of impeachment against Obama, tamongst other officials involved in the decision to let transgender students use bathroom corresponding to the gender with which

Oklahoma Moves to Ban Abortion


Oklahoma’s Senate passed a law Thursday that would criminalize abortion, an extraordinary measure clashing sharply with longstanding rulings from the nation’s highest court.  Republican Governor Mary Fallin’s spokesman said she would review the bill before deciding whether