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.
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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.
Also: IRS's actions add to conservatives' case against Obama; Pakistanis go to polls after campaign marred by violence; astronauts prepared for spacewalk to station's leaks; survivor of Bangladesh building collapse said to be "doing great."
Also: The International Space Station has a minor leak; Pope Francis meets Coptic Pope Tawadros II; GOP senators deluge EPA nominee Gina McCarthy with questions; and American Idol judge Randy Jackson is leaving the show.
Also: The death toll from the Bangladesh building collapse rises while a new factory fire kills more people; fewer U.S. homes enter the foreclosure process; Wrigley stops selling caffeinated gum; and a Young and the Restless soap star dies.
Also: The Justice Department's chief environmental crimes officer is stepping down; a House panel holds a hearing on Benghazi; a ship hits a tower in a deadly Italian port collision; and a Grammy-winning rocker is arrested in an alleged plot to kill his estranged wife.
Also; Defense Secretary Hagel furious over officer's sexual assault charge; a volcano erupts in the Philippines, killing at least five; N.J. Gov. Chris Christie has weight loss surgery and drops pounds; and there's a report that Steve Carell may make a cameo on the final episode of "The Office".
Also: New bride, four other women die in California limo fire; jury resumes deliberations in murder trial of Philadelphia abortion doctor; cooler weather helps in fight against California wildfires; and the Senate is expected to OK internet sales tax legislation.
Also: A May snow storm that's dumped well over a foot of snow on western states aims for Minnesota and Wisconsin; a wildfire scorches 3,000 acres in California; and NASA wants your haikus.
Also: The FDA changes the age restrictions on buying the Plan B emergency contraceptive; Venezuelan lawmakers brawl over election results; Colorado starts civil unions for same-sex couples; historic Wounded Knee site faces a sale deadline.
Also: Former S.C. Gov. Mark Sanford debates rival Elizabeth Colbert Busch; armed men surround two Libyan ministries; the FDA will investigate caffeinated foods; and a Scottish cruise line takes out insurance against the Loch Ness monster.
Also: The CIA continues to send bags full of cash to the Afghan leader, The New York Times reports; an explosion, possibly due to a gas leak, injures dozens in Prague; Syria's prime minister survives a bombing; and the last spire is to be placed above new World Trade Center tower.
Also: The body of Boston bombing suspect Tamerlan Tsarnaev lies unclaimed; eight people are arrested in connection with the collapse of the Bangladesh factory building; Obama calls on Congress to replace the sequester; and a rare blue diamond sells for more than $9 million at auction.
Also: The Senate votes to end air furloughs of air traffic controllers; building permits are questioned in the Bangladesh factory collapse; a software glitch delayed Thursday's opening of the Chicago Board of Trade; and nobody picked linebacker Manti Te'o in the first round of the NFL draft.