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The Latest: UN Chief Welcomes Obama's Hiroshima Visit
New York Times
United Nations Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon hopes U.S. President Barack Obama's trip to Hiroshima will inspire new concrete actions leading to a nuclear-free world. U.N. Spokesman Farhan Haq said Friday that Ban was "himself very strongly moved by ...
In Hiroshima 71 years after first atomic strike, Obama calls for end of nuclear weaponsWashington Post
What About Nagasaki?The Atlantic
Sympathy for victims but no apology as Obama makes historic Hiroshima visitUSA TODAY -Daily Beast -Newsmax -Huffington Post
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Washington Post

150 experts say Olympics must be moved or postponed because of Zika
Washington Post
More than 100 prominent physicians, bioethicists and scientists from around the world posted a letter Friday urging WHO Director-General Margaret Chan to exert pressure on Olympic authorities to move the Olympics from Rio de Janeiro or delay the games ...
150 health professionals call for Olympics in Rio to be postponed due to ZikaUSA TODAY
Zika Fears Prompt 150 Public Health Experts to Call for Olympics to Be Moved From RioABC News
Democrats blast GOP for leaving DC without passing Zika fundsCNN
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Hollywood Reporter

Amber Heard Granted Restraining Order Against Johnny Depp After Domestic Violence Accusations
Hollywood Reporter
Heard sought the order against the actor because she claimed he has assaulted her in the past, according to the court official. Amber Heard was granted a restraining order against her husband Johnny Depp on Friday, a Superior Court official told The ...
Amber Heard Files Domestic Violence Restraining Order Against Johnny DeppE! Online
Amber Heard Seen with Black Eye Leaving L.A. Courthouse After Domestic Violence Claim Against Johnny DeppPeople Magazine
Judge grants Amber Heard restraining order against Johnny DeppUSA TODAY
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TSA airport lines: Chronicle of a mess foretold
Both the Obama administration and Congress knew nearly a year ago that travelers would face long lines at airports this summer. But now that the nightmare is here — and awaiting millions of passengers this Memorial Day weekend — hopes for lasting ...
Bay Area airports, airlines add personnel to ease long waitsSan Jose Mercury News
Q&A with TSA administrator: We're doing betterUSA TODAY
Who to Blame When You're Stuck at the Airport This SummerTIME
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Yellen says Fed rate hike likely appropriate in coming months
CAMBRIDGE, Mass. The Federal Reserve should raise interest rates "in the coming months" if the economy picks up as expected and jobs continue to be generated, U.S. central bank chief Janet Yellen said on Friday, bolstering the case for a rate increase ...
Janet Yellen Says the Fed Could Raise Rates 'in the Coming Months'Wall Street Journal
Why a Fed interest rate hike next month is looking increasingly likelyLos Angeles Times
Fed's Yellen says an interest-rate rise is probably coming in 'months'MarketWatch
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Study in rats reignites debate over cell phones and cancer
A study released Friday found an increased risk of certain cancers in animals exposed to cell phone radiation, a conclusion that could reignite concerns over the safety of the widely used devices. However, some scientists expressed serious concerns ...
How to Stop Your Cell Phone from Killing YouDaily Beast
Study Linking Tumors in Rats to Cellphones Raises a Host of QuestionsNew York Times
Mobile-Phone Link to Cancer Stirred Up by Report on RatsBloomberg
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Village where children climb cliffside ladder may get stairs
In this May 14, 2016 photo, children wearing their school backpacks climb on a cliff using a bamboo ladder on their way home from school in Zhaojue county, southwest China's Sichuan province. A village in China's mountainous west where schoolchildren ...
Children face terrifying school run scramble down 800m cliff in
Gov't reacts after cliff village kids' struggle to school shocks nationecns

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Verizon, unions reach four-year labor contract
Verizon and striking unions have reached a four-year contract and employees will likely return to work next week, labor and union officials say. Nearly 40,000 Verizon employees who are members of the International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers and ...
One of the biggest strikes in Verizon's history may be coming to an endWashington Post
Verizon reaches deal with 36000 striking workersCNNMoney
Verizon Strike May Depress U.S. Jobs Report, Labor Data ShowBloomberg
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Washington Post

Police make arrest in fatal shooting of aide to New York governor
Washington Post
A Queens man was arrested and charged this week in connection with the shooting death of an aide to New York's governor. Carey Gabay, 43, was walking in Brooklyn in September when he was shot and critically injured. Police have said they believe ...
Police Arrest Man in Shooting Death of Cuomo AideWall Street Journal
Man, 24, arrested as shooter in murder of Cuomo aide Carey GabayNew York Daily News
NY / Region|Queens Man Arrested in J'ouvert Killing of Cuomo Aide in 2015New York Times
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Los Angeles Times

Kate Steinle's family files federal lawsuit blaming government for Bay Area slaying
Los Angeles Times
The family of a woman allegedly killed by a Mexican immigrant deported five times from the U.S. has filed a federal lawsuit against San Francisco County's former sheriff, U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement and the federal Bureau of Land ...

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