The prime minister of Greece has proposed economic reforms in an effort to secure another bailout for the country, but lenders want to see the reforms actually pass first.
- More than a hundred human rights lawyers and activists were arrested in China over the weekend.
- Ten people were killed by Saudi air strikes in Sanaa. The U.N.-backed truce in Yemen has completely collapsed.
- A suicide bomber in Afghanistan killed 17 people near a former CIA base.
- Mexican drug cartel leader Joaquin Guzman escaped from prison for the second time in two decades.
- A bill in New Jersey seeks to place a three year moratorium on new charter schools.
- Serena Williams won her sixth Wimbledon and fourth straight grand slam title.
Nonmedical use of prescription analgesics did not become more common, but it did become more dangerous.
Forensic experts claim there is no way Larry Swearingen raped and killed Melissa Trotter. The state is still putting him to death.
Problematic deforestation continues, but the "lungs of the earth" are still breathing.
Plus: delusions about the First Amendment, hype about the Apple Card, and more...