Brexit: An often rocky marriage ends in sudden divorce
London (CNN) As marriages go, 43 years is not bad. But ever since Britain and Europe tied the knot in 1973, the relationship has been a tortured one -- with arguments about money, accusations of infidelity and seeping exasperation on both sides. It was ...
Britain pressured for quick EU split as Brexit impact begins
Europe|Britain and EU Scramble to Respond After Referendum
Merkel Plays for Time as Brexit Moves Into Gear
Crews rescue the stranded in West Virginia flooding; 23 dead
All Karol Dunford has left is a dirty nightgown, caked in mud from the floodwaters that ravaged her West Virginia town and killed at least 23. She lost the trailer where she lived for 30 years. She lost her wheelchair, her medicine and her best friend ...
23 dead, including 2 kids, as flooding devastates West Virginia
At least 23 dead in West Virginia flooding, governor says
At least 23 dead as historic floods sweep West Virginia
From 'Brexit' To Trump, Nationalist Movements Gain Momentum Around World
When Donald Trump arrived in Scotland Friday morning, hours after the United Kingdom voted to leave the European Union, the presumptive Republican presidential nominee was quick to draw parallels between the UK's political earthquake, and his own ...
Politics|Is 'Brexit' the Precursor to a Donald Trump Presidency? Not So Fast
The Trouble with Hillary's Faith By Jim Geraghty
Can Trump repeat the Brexit miracle?
Brexit referendum: EU must not fall into 'depression'
German Foreign Minister Frank-Walter Steinmeier says the EU must not fall into "depression and paralysis" after the UK voted to leave the bloc. He made the comments arriving for an urgent meeting of the six EU founder members to discuss the decision.
France presses for quick EU divorce with Britain, Germany cautious
'We Won't Let Our Europe Be Taken Away,' Says Germany
France piles pressure on UK to speed up Brexit process
Los Angeles Times
Deadly Kern County wildfire grows to 46 square miles — and it's barely contained
Los Angeles Times
LAKE ISABELLA, Calif. — Near this man-made lake about 45 miles northeast of Bakersfield, a 2-acre fire has grown to an inferno that stretches over 46 square miles, killing two people and destroying at least 100 homes and other structures. The frantic ...
2 Dead, About 30000 Acres Burned in Erskine Fire in Lake Isabella; Gov. Brown Issues State of Emergency
Two dead, homes burned by massive California wildfire
Fast-moving central California wildfire kills 2
Ban on transgender troops to be lifted July 1
WASHINGTON — The Pentagon plans to announce the repeal of its ban on transgender service members July 1, a controversial decision that would end nearly a year of internal wrangling among the services on how to allow those troops to serve openly, ...
Obama's Pentagon to Repeal Ban on Transgender Military Service July 1
Pentagon ban on transgender troops 'likely' to be lifted next month
Officials: Pentagon to Lift Ban on Transgender Service Members Soon
With Orlando In Mind, Orange County Prepares For First-Ever Gay-Pride Parade
SANTA ANA (CBSLA.com) — The people are ready, the tents are going up, pride is evident. With hours before Orange County's first gay-pride parade, organizers have one thing on their minds. Organizers told KCAL9's Stacey Butler after the attack in the ...
Improving Security a Focus as Pride Weekend Kicks Off in San Francisco
Crowds, tight security expected for Cincinnati pride parade
Extra Security Moves Honorees to Withdraw From Pride Parade
Obama A Loser In Brexit Vote, Too
Daniel Williams Author of “Forsaken: The Persecution of Christians in Today's Middle East,” available from O/R Books. Blogger at nextwarnotes.org. British voters not only rebuffed European Union membership in the monumental Brexit referendum, they also ...
LGBTQ White House Staff Reflect on Two Terms of Change
White House: Obama briefed on 'Brexit,' will talk to UK's Cameron soon
White House official: Obama briefed on UK vote to bolt EU
New York Times
Low-Priority Immigrants Still Swept Up in Net of Deportation
New York Times
José Cervantes Amaral and his wife, Lourdes Cervantes, at their home in Genoa City, Wis. Mr. Cervantes is facing deportation. Credit Ben Brewer for The New York Times. WASHINGTON — Three agents knocked on the door of a modest duplex in a ...
DREAMer: SCOTUS ruling won't defeat us
Supreme Court Immigration Ruling Leaves Millions in Limbo, Some Jewish Groups Say
Undocumented entrepreneur faces uncertain fate
Obama names first national monument to LGBT rights
(CNN) President Barack Obama announced Friday he was designating the area around the Stonewall Inn in New York City as the country's first national monument to lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender (LGBT) rights. "This week I'm designating the ...
Obama: 'There's still work to do' for gay community
New York LGBT bar becomes first US monument to gay rights
With Stonewall, Obama designates first national monument to gay rights movement