Thousands of Greeks worried about the prospect of crashing
out of Europe's currency union have rallied in Athens behind
a "Yes" vote in a referendum on whether to accept tough terms
demanded by creditors to keep the country afloat.
The CIA has consistently failed
to promote minorities into its leadership ranks and progress
in building diversity at the top of the spy agency has
largely stalled in the last decade, according to a
The Ku Klux Klan plans to hold
a pro-Confederate flag rally at the South Carolina capitol,
where a man was arrested this week night in a confrontation
with anti-flag protestors over a symbol associated with
Tunisian authorities have arrested a group of suspects
associated with the gunman who killed 39 people, mainly
British tourists, in a beach hotel attack claimed by Islamic
State, the interior minister says.
A wildfire burning unchecked in Washington state has
destroyed at least 23 homes and three commercial buildings
near the eastern foothills of the Cascades, state police and
emergency management officials say.
Employees of a ferry service recently sold by Eurotunnel
renewed a blockade of the northern French port of Calais
after a court rejected their bid to extend the service's
charter contract with Eurotunnel.
David Sweat, one of two New York state inmates who escaped
from prison three weeks ago, has been rushed to a local
hospital after being shot by police near the Canadian border,
two days after his accomplice was killed, according to media
Greece will introduce capital controls and keep its banks
closed today after international creditors refused to extend
the country's bailout and savers queued to withdraw cash,
taking Athens' standoff to a dangerous new level.