Also: Federal Reserve policymakers offer their latest economic forecast today; tens of thousands of Brazilians are still protesting; the AMA declares obesity a disease; and a man pleads guilty to smuggling snakes on a plane.
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Also: Russia defends the Syrian government at the G-8 summit; hundreds of thousands of Brazilians protest taxes and government corruption; Boston takes the lead over Chicago in the NHL Stanley Cup championship; and former New York City mayor Ed Koch's tombstone has the wrong birth date.
Also: NSA leaker says U.S. hacked Chinese computers; Turkey's prime minister gives protesters 24 hours to leave city square; Colorado wildfires burn more homes; and NASCAR driver Jason Leffler is killed in a sprint-car accident.
Also: Several Colorado wildfires burn dozens of homes; Syrian rebels kill many victims but it's unclear whether they're troops or civilians; Greece shuts down state media to save money; and the world's oldest man dies in Japan at 116.
Also: Former South African president Nelson Mandela remains hospitalized; China launches its second female astronaut into space; Tim Tebow will become a third-string quarterback for the New England Patriots; and a new military radio frequency jams garage door openers in Augusta, Ga.
Also: Nelson Mandela remains hospitalized in serious but stable condition; Apple has some announcements to make; and was the Tony Awards' opening the best ever?
Also: The San Antonio Spurs defeat the Miami Heat in Game 1 of the NBA finals; Obama to take up cybersecurity with Chinese leader in California; Tropical Storm Andrea pours heavy rain on the East Coast; and Francis reveals that he didn't really want to be Pope.
Also: Tropical Storm Andrea pushes northeast toward Florida; the contractor involved in the deadly Philadelphia building collapse has a criminal record; a House panel votes to limit military officials' powers in sex assault cases; and no bikinis allowed in the 2013 Miss World contest in Indonesia.
Also: An American woman is reportedly gang-raped in India; wildfires continue to test firefighters in Southern California; the president is expected to fill some key court vacancies; and Turkey braces for more protests.
Also: Russia will reportedly sell fighter jets to Syria; Obama will press Congress on student loan rates.
Also: A Cleveland hero turns down free burgers for life; an Al Qaida subordinate fails to file expense reports; a suspect is arrested in the weekend stabbing of a French soldier; and Nepal vows tighter regulation of climbers on the 60th anniversary of Hillary and Norgay's Everest ascent.
Also: Russia is angry about EU's decision to lift embargo against supplying arms to Syrian opposition; campers and residents flee California wildfire; Rutgers stands behind new athletic director.
Also: President Obama will discuss his administration's views on foreign drone strikes; a Washington state man is charged with mailing a ricin-laced letter to a judge; a North Dakota dam holds back water as a town evacuates; and a Japanese man becomes the oldest man to reach the top of Mt. Everest.
Also: Eric Garcetti wins the Los Angeles mayoral race; suburbs in Stockholm experience a third night of rioting; Iran won't let one of its modern founders run for president; and you're probably mispronouncing "GIF".
Also: Israel and Syria exchange fire over border; new Congolese fighting threatens a tenuous ceasefire; Los Angeles votes for a new mayor today; and Russia charges that voting for the Eurovision song contest was rigged.
Also: the two FBI agents killed in a training accident were members of an elite team; severe weather continues across the nation's midsection; car bombs kill dozens in Iraq; and the Powerball winner is still a mystery.
Also: A hitchiker who became famous online for stopping an assault is now accused of murder; The National Weather Service now says 16 tornadoes struck Texas this week; Venezuela is forced to import toilet paper; and Candice Glover wins American Idol, she's the first woman to do so in six years.
Also: Turkey's prime minister will discuss Syria with President Obama at the White House; congressional panels OK cuts to the federal food stamp program; the formerly obscure Arctic Circle gains new member countries; and nobody has yet won the Powerball jackpot.
Also: Nigeria declares a state of emergency in states where Islamists often attack; a House panel will review potential cuts to the federal food stamp program; the sun ejects at least four massive solar flares, with more on the way; and the third largest Powerball jackpot is up for grabs tonight.
Also: Russian security service says it uncovered a CIA agent; the AP blasts Justice Department's search of reporters' phone records; New Orleans police identify a suspect in the city's Mother's Day shooting.