10 things to know for Monday, June 2, 2014: What White House wants to chop by one third
Your daily look at late-breaking news, upcoming events and the stories that will be talked about today:
The Obama administration will roll out a plan to cut earth-warming pollution from power plants by 30 percent by 2030.
The country’s border guard service says several of its members have been injured in an insurgent attack on their camp in the east.
Investigators are looking for the cockpit voice and flight data recorders from the plane accident which killed Philadelphia Inquirer co-owner Lewis Katz.
“I’m proud of how much you wanted to help the Afghan people,” Sgt. Bowe Bergdahl’s father says in a news conference.
Most Democrats on the special committee for investigating the 2012 death of four Americans in Libya describe the panel as a political stunt.
Canberra’s defense secretary says military cooperation with Beijing remains unaffected by strategic competition between the Asian country and America.
Michelle Obama’s fashionable wardrobe is the subject of endless public fascination, but the job doesn’t come with a clothing allowance or a salary.
Salvador Sanchez Ceren, a former rebel commander during El Salvador’s long civil war, is sworn in as president of the Central American nation.
The Amazonian metropolis Manaus will offer the 52,000 foreigners expected for soccer’s premier tournament to explore its rich and unique traditions.
These tiny animals with cute faces are finding homes as family pets despite laws banning them in a number of states.