Turkish police investigated the deadly airport attack, the U.S. allowed trans people to serve openly, the sentence of a well-known murder convict was vacated, and more.
Turkey mourned the victims of a suicide bombing, two women made U.S. political history, the African country canceled national celebrations, and more.
Attacker struck a busy Turkish airport, British political parties were in turmoil, scholars considered archaeology’s next frontier, and more.
The country grappled with the effects of Brexit, the Supreme Court struck down a controversial Texas law, a spacecraft drew closer to the gas giant, and more.
The U.K. voted to leave the EU, world markets plunged, Donald Trump celebrated, and more.
Britons voted in a historic referendum, a Baltimore cop was found not guilty in a high-profile case, the U.S. court left Obama’s plans in limbo, and more.
The United Kingdom braced for a decisive vote, U.S. lawmakers called for legislative debates on gun legislation, farm ownership got more female, and more.
The presumptive Republican nominee is short on campaign cash, Chaka Fattah is convicted of racketeering and money laundering, a car bomb on the Syrian border kills 6, and more.
The migrant crisis broke records, the FBI released shooting documents, Euro 2016 attendees got arrested, and more.
Moscow’s track-and-field team gets an Olympic ban, Iraqi forces retake a key city from ISIS, U.S. diplomats call for airstrikes against Bashar al-Assad, and more.
A member of Parliament was shot and stabbed to death, the Orlando shooting perpetuated a longstanding pattern, scholars pored over an ancient text, and more.
The judge in the Brock Turner case drew strong criticism, physicists popped some champagne, the British acted out a political standoff using boats, and more.
People around the world remembered the Florida shooting victims, Democrats and Republicans blamed the rampage on different plagues, secret documents on the Republican candidate were compromised, and more.
The victims of another U.S. mass shooting were mourned, the public grappled with the killer’s possible motives, a woman who reported a sexual assault was released after three months in police custody, and more.
The U.S. allows some commercial flights to the island, a “dark sky” survey sheds new light on light pollution, Mr. Hockey dies at age 88, and more.
United Nations officials criticized abortion law, U.S. researchers posed as cybercriminals, artificial meteor showers are in the works, and more.
The former U.S. secretary of state made history, scientists learned something surprising about a 3,000-year-old artifact, fewer people are going to the movies, and more.
Hillary Clinton was named the presumptive Democratic presidential nominee, a car bomb killed 11 people in the Turkish city, parents took home the child they left alone on a mountain road, and more.
The six-month sentence of a sexual-assault offender sparked outrage, the debate over zoos continued, the HBO comedian one-upped Oprah, and more.
The candidate renews his attacks on a federal judge, May’s jobs numbers disappoint, investigators reveal $80 million in secret bonuses, and more.