Documents: Bill Cosby says he bought drugs to give women before sex AP: Bill Cosby testified in 2005 that he got Quaaludes with the intent of giving them to young women he wanted to have sex with, according to documents obtained by The Associated Press.
Pope Francis draws huge crowds in Ecuador More than 1 million people are gathered at a park in Guayaquil, Ecuador, to see Pope Francis host an open-air mass.
Yanis Varoufakis Resigns as Finance Minister of Greece After Vote: The New York Times: Greece’s finance minister, Yanis Varoufakis, who took a strong stand in demanding that creditors write off some of his country’s debts, abruptly resigned on Monday morning.
USA defeats Japan at Women’s World Cup The New York Times: USA defeated Japan 5-2 to win its third Women’s World Cup on Sunday.
Greeks begin voting in referendum as the euro faces its biggest challenge: The Guardian: Greeks began voting in a referendum on Sunday that presents the biggest challenge to the running of the euro since its adoption and risks sending shock waves through the world’s financial markets. Follow update
Matt Stonie upsets Joey Chestnut, wins Nathan's Hot Dog Eating Contest: ESPN: Matt “Megatoad” Stonie upset 8-time champion Joey “Jaws” Chestnut at the 99th annual hot dog eating contest at Nathan’s Famous in Coney Island.
Tunisia beach attack: State of emergency declared - BBC News: BBC News: Tunisia has declared a state of emergency just over a week after 38 people were killed in an attack in the resort city of Sousse.
Solar-Powered Plane Lands in Hawaii After Flight from Japan: NBC News: Solar Impulse 2 pilot Andre Borschberg successfully lands at a small airport outside Honolulu, Hawaii after taking off from Nagoya, Japan about 120 hours ago.
2 suicide bombings kill 13 in northeastern Nigeria: Boko Haram bombings in Nigeria Washington Post: 2 suicide bombers killed 13 people at a crowded market and a military checkpoint outside the biggest city in northeast Nigeria, witnesses say.
Russian Spacecraft Successfully Launches To International Space Station: Forbes: An unmanned Russian cargo ship was successfully launched from Kazakhstan Friday, less than a week after a SpaceX cargo flight exploded and a little over two months since Russia’s Progress 59 craft suffered a failure which prevented it from reaching the International Space Station.
Sir Nicholas Winton, who died today at age 106, arranged to have 669 Czech children rescued from the threat of concentration camps on the eve of World War Two.
Tsipras Signals Greece May Accept Bailout Terms: New York Times: In a letter sent Tuesday, the Greek government has signaled to its creditors that it is willing to accept many of the terms of a bailout package that it had earlier rejected, if they are part of a broader deal to address the country’s funding needs for the next two years, officials said on Wednesday.
The International Monetary Fund confirmed that Greece has not repaid approximately 1.6 billion euros ($1.8 billion) that was due by the end of Tuesday, making it the first developed country to default on an IMF loan.
Apple Music goes live, courtesy of latest iOS software update - CNET: CNET: Apple Music goes live in new version of iOS.
Christie tells supporters he's running for president: Associated Press: In a conference call before his official launch event, New Jersey Gov.
Greece will not pay IMF debt on Tuesday: finance minister: Reuters: Greece will not pay a 1.6 billion euro debt installment to the International Monetary Fund due on Tuesday, but Athens still holds out hope of a last-minute deal with creditors on an aid package, Finance Minister Yanis Varoufakis said.
Dozens of homes destroyed in Wenatchee, Wash., wildfire The Seattle Times: At least 28 homes have been destroyed and thousands of residents asked to evacuate as a fast-moving wildfire moved through the Wenatchee, Wash., area.
California lawmakers have passed one of the toughest vaccination bills in the country, ending exemptions for personal or religious beliefs in both public and private schools.
Car bomb wounds Egypt's public prosecutor in Cairo: Reuters: Egypt’s public prosecutor was injured when a car bomb struck his convoy as it was leaving his home in Cairo on Monday, in a high-profile attack against the judiciary, security and judicial sources said.The sources initially said a car bomber had rammed into the convoy but later said it seemed the car bomb had been remotely detonated in an attack which also wounded two civilians and two policemen.
Escaped Inmate David Sweat Shot Near Canadian Border: NBC News: Convicted murderer and escaped inmate David Sweat was shot near the Canadian border Sunday, multiple New York State officials say.