Now that the GOP has its presumptive nominee, party unity's right around the corner, right? Not so fast
. Leaders like House Speaker Paul Ryan aren't endorsing Donald Trump yet. Ex-rivals (hi, Jeb Bush and Lindsey Graham) -- are saying they won't vote for him
. And conservative voices (read: Bill Kristol) -- are pushing for a third-party option
. The Donald has a chance to fix that when he meets Ryan this week. But, from his talk show appearances yesterday, he doesn't seem too bothered. And then he dropped this bombshell: he's for raising taxes on the wealthy and the minimum wage
It's election day in the Philippines
, but it's already been marred by violence that's killed at least five. Despite that, millions of voters braved stifling heat to pick a new president, elect half the Senate and the entire House. In the presidential race, controversial mayor Rodrigo Duterte -- they call him "Duterte Harry" -- has a big lead in the polls, despite allegations of ties to death squads and extrajudicial killings
Kim Jong Un is a man with a plan -- a five-year plan. The North Korean leader announced his proposal
to revive his country's stagnant economy yesterday during a three-hour -- three hours? --- speech during the country's biggest political confab
in decades. What he didn't offer was any specifics on how he'd carry out his plan. Meanwhile, earlier today, the North kicked out a BBC reporter
who was filing, in its view, "disrespectful" reports.
Is that massive wildfire
up in northern Alberta turning a corner? That's the hope after a cold front brought a chance of showers and lower temps last night. The blaze is huge -- half the size of Rhode Island. Smoke has been spotted as far south as Florida and could be seen from space. But over the weekend, firefighter kept it growing as quickly as once feared. Still, almost 90,000 have been evacuated from the fire's path. Alberta Premier Rachel Notley heads up to Fort McMurray today to assess the devastation.
It's time to update your LinkedIn profile, Ali al-Naimi. The Saudi Arabian oil minister -- the most powerful man in the business -- was shown the door
over the weekend. For years and years, he pretty much called the shots at OPEC. But things started going south when oil prices started tumbling. Al-Naimi didn't cut Saudi oil production but urged other countries to. Of course they didn't -- and prices plummeted even more. And then just like that, poof, he was gone.
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Somebody's gettin' paaaiid! Only one ticket was a perfect match for this week's Powerball -- which means the winner will keep the entire $429.6 million jackpot!
Graduation celebration or political statement? West Point is investigating this pic of a group of female cadets with their fists raised in a "black power" salute
Axl's back in black
Guns N' Roses frontman Axl Rose took the stage this weekend in Portugal for his first show with AC/DC. And you can watch the whole show here
The problem with numbers
Add this to the list of things that'll get you thrown off a flight: Intensely working on math problems
Add this to the list of things that'll get you tossed out of your prom (if you're a girl): Wearing a tux
WHAT'S FOR LUNCH
Here's what's happening today.
The Ferguson, Missouri, police department will swear in its first African-American police chief
today at 4 p.m. ET.
North Carolina has until the end the day
to respond to the Justice Department, which said NC's transgender bathroom law violates the Civil Rights Act.
Number of the day
The number of small earthquakes
that have trembled beneath the surface of Mount St. Helens in the past eight weeks.