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Hillary Clinton, the presumptive Democratic nominee, gave a speech on race in America, but she also drew a sharp contrast between and herself and her likely general election opponent, Donald Trump.
Boris Johnson is Britain's new foreign secretary and David Davis will manage the country's complicated exit from the EU under Prime Minister Theresa May. She was against Brexit. They were for it.
"All I wanted to know was whether my son was dead or alive," the father of one victim told Amnesty International. Enforced disappearance has become increasingly common in the last year in Egypt.
Politicians, police officers, and media personalities have all gotten blow-back for inflammatory social media posts about the shooting of officers in Dallas.
The platform is the work of party activists, making no concessions on issues such as same-sex marriage or transgender rights.
Nicolas Maduro presides over an unraveling economy marked by empty shop shelves, food riots, malnutrition and unrest. He's losing backers, but still has the military on his side.
Girl Up's teen leaders reveal their (surprising) girl heroes and talk about what feminism means in 2016.
Pop Culture Happy Hour's Glen Weldon and Stephen Thompson discuss the game: its allure and ubiquity, its backlash and glitches, and its zeitgeist-y collision of gaming, community and nostalgia.
David Cameron is moving out of 10 Downing Street. But as the prime minister changes, the prime mouser is holding firm. Meet Larry, the U.K.'s fearless, allegedly feckless feline-in-chief.
Virginia Sen. Tim Kaine is a on a short list to become Hillary Clinton's vice president. Kaine was also a finalist to become President Obama's running mate.