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  • President Barack Obama walks with Brazilian President Dilma Rousseff , second from right, during a visit the Martin Luther King Jr. Memorial in Washington, Monday, June 29, 2015. (AP Photo/Evan Vucci)WASHINGTON (AP) — President Barack Obama is hosting Brazilian President Dilma Rousseff for a day of formal talks at the White House.

    Supporters of the NO vote in the upcoming referendum hold a Greek flag as riot police block the entrance of the parliament during a rally at Syntagma square in Athens on Monday, June 29, 2015. Anxious Greek pensioners swarmed closed bank branches and long lines snaked outside ATMs as Greeks endured the first day of serious controls on their daily economic lives ahead of a July 5 referendum that could determine whether the country has to ditch the euro currency and return to the drachma. (AP Photo/Daniel Ochoa de Olza)ATHENS, Greece (AP) — The latest news on Greece's financial woes on a day a big repayment to the International Monetary Fund is due and the country's bailout program with European creditors ends (all times local):

    WASHINGTON (AP) — Groups trying to curb the partisan sculpting of House districts are hoping their Supreme Court victory will prompt more states to create independent commissions to redraw congressional lines.

    In this June 26, 2015, photo, President Barack Obama speaks in the Rose Garden of the White House in Washington. The Obama administration will propose requiring overtime pay for workers who earn nearly $1,000 per week, three individuals familiar with the plan said Monday, June 29. (AP Photo/Pablo Martinez Monsivais)WASHINGTON (AP) — They're called managers, and they sometimes work grueling schedules at fast food chains and retail stores. But with no overtime eligibility, their pay may be lower per hour than many workers they supervise.

    Firefighters and military personnel inspect the site where an Air Force cargo plane crashed in Medan, North Sumatra, Indonesia, tuesday, June 30, 2015. An Indonesian Air Force Hercules C-130 plane with 12 crew aboard has crashed into a residential neighborhood in the country's third-largest city Medan. (AP Photo/Gilbert Manullang)JAKARTA, Indonesia (AP) — An Indonesian air force Hercules C-130 plane with 12 crew aboard crashed Tuesday into a residential neighborhood in the country's third-largest city Medan. A hospital official said at least five people were killed.

    By Denis Dumo JUBA (Reuters) - South Sudan's finance minister on Monday presented a proposed budget for the upcoming fiscal year, describing it as "ambitious under the current circumstances", with an ongoing conflict hampering the economy. The budget, estimated at 10.8 billion South Sudanese pounds (about $3.7 billion), will be debated by parliament in three weeks and is due to take effect next month. The world's newest nation plunged into civil war in late 2013 when a political crisis provoked fighting between forces loyal to President Salva Kiir and rebels allied with his former deputy Riek Machar.

    A Nozomi 255 shinkansen bullet train stops near Odawara station on June 30, 2015 after an apparent suicide attempt on boardA man set himself on fire on board a moving bullet train in Japan Tuesday, killing himself and one other person, in an unprecedented incident on a network with an enviable safety record. Several other passengers had to be treated for smoke inhalation after the man doused himself in flammable liquid and lit a cigarette lighter on the train as it hurtled through the countryside around 70 kilometres (45 miles) southwest of Tokyo. Media reported that the driver of the 300-kilometre-per-hour train, which had around 1,000 passengers on board, found the still-burning body of the man after the emergency stop.

    WASHINGTON (AP) — Sweeping pollution limits at the center of President Barack Obama's climate change plan are facing increased scrutiny in the wake of a Supreme Court ruling that showed that the justices aren't afraid to thwart perceived overreach by Obama's Environmental Protection Agency.

    St. Louis Cardinals' Xavier Scruggs, right, is safe at second for a stolen base as Chicago Cubs shortstop Starlin Castro handles the throw during the second inning of a baseball game Sunday, June 28, 2015, in St. Louis. (AP Photo/Jeff Roberson)A look at what's happening all around the major leagues today:

    DENVER (AP) — Republican presidential hopeful Rand Paul is courting donors from the marijuana business in a groundbreaking event in Denver.

    A tourist reacts after paying tribute at a makeshift memorial at the beachside of the Imperial Marhaba resort, which was attacked by a gunman in SousseTunisia expects to lose at least $515 million this year, or about a quarter of its estimated annual tourism earnings, following last Friday's attack on a beach hotel that killed 39 people, mostly British holidaymakers. The attack by a gunman on the Imperial Marhaba beach hotel in the popular resort town of Sousse came just months after militants attacked the Bardo museum in Tunis, killing 21 people, and delivering a blow to the country's vital tourism industry. "The attack had a great impact on the economy, the losses will be large," Tourism Minister Salma Loumi told reporters late on Monday, giving a preliminary estimate from the Sousse attack.

    NEWARK, N.J. (AP) — New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie, who spent three years as president of his high school class, is returning to his alma mater to announce he's running for president of his country.

    Protesters hold banners in front of the parliament building during an anti-austerity rally in AthensBy Renee Maltezou and Michele Kambas ATHENS (Reuters) - The head of the European Commission made a last-minute offer to try to persuade Greek Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras to accept a bailout deal he has rejected before a referendum on Sunday which EU partners say will be a choice of whether to stay in the euro. EU and Greek government sources said Jean-Claude Juncker had offered to convene an emergency meeting of euro zone finance ministers on Tuesday to approve an aid payment to prevent Athens defaulting, if Tsipras sent a written acceptance of the terms. The last-ditch bid from Brussels came after tens of thousands of Greeks, mobilised by Tsipras' Syriza party, demonstrated in Athens against further austerity.

    Indonesian police and military officials secure the crash site of a Hercules plane in Medan, North Sumatra province on June 30, 2015An Indonesian military transport plane crashed Tuesday shortly after take-off, exploding in flames in a city residential area and killing at least five people. The military said that there 12 crew on board the plane when it crashed in the newly-built residential area, and police said that at least five people were so far confirmed dead but more bodies were being recovered. The plane crashed into the newly-constructed residential area, although it was unclear whether it was occupied by residents yet.

    FILE - In this Jan. 16, 2015 file photo, Donald Trump, host of the television series "The Celebrity Apprentice," mugs for photographers at the NBC 2015 Winter TCA Press Tour in Pasadena, Calif. NBC on Monday, June 29, 2015 said that it is ending its business relationship with Trump, now a Republican presidential candidate, because of comments he made about immigrants during the announcement of his campaign. (Photo by Chris Pizzello/Invision/AP, File)NEW YORK (AP) — Is Donald Trump's business empire as Teflon-coated as his hair appears to be?

    In this June 17, 2015 photo, Palestinian girls are seen reflected in a mirror as they walk next to rubble in the area where they live with family after losing their house in Gaza City. A year after the most destructive war in Gaza yet, Hamas remains in control, despite signs of mounting frustration and a poll indicating half the residents would emigrate if borders were open. (AP Photo/Khalil Hamra)GAZA CITY, Gaza Strip (AP) — Emad Firi is angry. During last summer's Israel-Hamas war, a shell slammed through the roof of his house and shredded his right leg. Unable to work, Firi's son now drives his taxi but the family struggles to survive.

    WASHINGTON (AP) — If you're anywhere on the radar of the 2016 presidential campaigns, beware your inbox.

    Ezekiel Kemboi of Kenya celebrates his victory in the men's 3000m Steeplechase during the IAAF Diamond League athletics meet in DohaBy Katy Migiro NAIROBI (Thomson Reuters Foundation) - A dozen world-famous Kenyan athletes, including Ezekiel Kemboi, Paul Tergat and Tegla Loroupe, will lead a 22-day "walk for peace" across northern Kenya aimed at curbing rising inter-ethnic violence. The 836 km (520 mile) walk is being organised by Commonwealth Gold medallist John Kelai who decided to take action after three of his uncles were shot dead in a cattle rustling raid, where rival pastoralist groups steal livestock from each other. The traditional practice has turned deadly in recent years with an influx of cheap guns across Kenya's porous borders.

    Zambia's President Rupiah Banda gestures during the Reuters Africa Investment Summit held in JohannesburgA Zambian court on Monday cleared ex-president Rupiah Banda of corruption in an oil procurement deal. Banda, who ruled Zambia from 2008 to 2011, had been accused of sealing the government-to-government oil contract with Nigeria when president in order to benefit himself and his family by $2.5 million. "There is no evidence tendered regarding the proof of the transfer of the money and that Banda and his family benefited," magistrate Joshua Banda said.

    TEHRAN, Iran (AP) — Iran's official IRNA news agency is reporting the country's foreign minister has left for Vienna to join nuclear talks with world powers.

    A fighter with the Tuareg separatist group MNLA brandishes a separatist flag for the region they call Azawad outside the local regional assembly in KidalBy Michelle Nichols UNITED NATIONS (Reuters) - The United Nations Security Council on Monday threatened to blacklist anyone who hinders a peace deal in Mali reached by an alliance of Tuareg-led rebels and the government, and authorized the deployment of 40 military ceasefire monitors. The rebels and the Malian government earlier in June signed the agreement, which is meant to allow the authorities to focus on tackling Islamist militants in the desert north. The Security Council expressed "its readiness to consider targeted sanctions against those who take actions to obstruct or threaten the implementation of the agreement, those who resume hostilities and violate the ceasefire, as well as those who attack and take action sanctions to threaten (peacekeepers)." U.N. peacekeepers have been deployed across northern Mali to try to stabilize the vast region, which was occupied by separatist Tuareg rebels and al Qaeda-linked Islamists in 2012 before a French intervention in 2013.

    European Commission President Jean-Claude Juncker made a last-minute offer to Athens in a bid to reach a bailout agreement before the deadline expires on Tuesday, European Union and Greek government sources said. Under the offer, Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras would have to send written acceptance by Tuesday, in time for an emergency meeting of the Eurogroup of euro zone finance ministers to be held and agree to campaign in favor of the bailout in the planned July 5 referendum. A Greek government official said that it listened with interest to what was being proposed but said: "Alexis Tsipras will vote "no" on Sunday".One of the leading figures in Chancellor Angela Merkel's conservative sister party, the Christian Social Union (CSU), pleaded on Tuesday for an "orderly" exit of Greece from the euro zone, saying it was the best option for all concerned. The comments from Markus Soeder, regional finance minister of the Bavarian CSU, underscore the depth of frustration with Greece in Merkel's conservative camp and how difficult it would be for her to reverse course and offer Athens new concessions to keep them in the euro. Although the CSU has taken a tougher line on Greece than Merkel's own party, the Christian Democrats (CDU), the conservative backlash against Athens has broadened since Greek Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras broke off bailout talks last week and called a referendum.

    A Zoos South Australia photo shows a pair of yellow-foot rock wallabies with a female (foreground) carrying a baby Goodfellow’s tree kangaroo in their enclosure at Adelaide ZooAustralian zookeepers Tuesday said they had successfully fostered an orphaned tree kangaroo with a surrogate wallaby in a rare case after its mother was crushed by a branch. The Goodfellow's tree kangaroo, named Makaia by its carers at Adelaide Zoo in South Australia, was just five weeks old and at risk of dying after its three-year-old mother was killed by a falling tree branch in November. In a bid to save the joey, which was too young to be hand-reared, zookeepers placed the baby marsupial in the pouch of a female yellow-foot rock wallaby in a "cross-fostering" technique they hoped would help it stay alive.

    Shares in Sony plunged 8.25% after the Japanese electronics giant announced plans to raise $3.6 billion through stock and bond salesShares in Sony plunged 8.25 percent Tuesday on dilution fears after the Japanese electronics giant announced plans to raise $3.6 billion through stock and bond sales. The stock closed at 3,461.5 yen on the Tokyo Stock Exchange, down 8.25 percent from the previous day, while the benchmark index ended up 0.63 percent. Sony plans to raise a total of 441 billion yen ($3.6 billion) -- more than 10 percent of the company's market capitalisation as of Tuesday.

    Donald Trump announces his bid for the presidency in the 2016 race during an event at the Trump Tower on Fifth Avenue in New York on June 16, 2015NBC and Televisa severed business ties with Donald Trump, joining a chorus of protests over the mogul turned US presidential hopeful's remarks about Mexican immigrants. It means the Miss USA and Miss Universe beauty pageants -- for which Trump owns the broadcast rights -- will not be aired on NBC, which is a unit of Comcast. Just hours later, Mexico's Televisa -- the world's largest Spanish-language network -- also announced its decision to cut business ties with the billionaire property developer turned TV star.

    Chief Prosecutor Bensouda looks on during the case against Congolese militia leader Bosco Ntaganda at the International Criminal Court in The HagueBy Michelle Nichols UNITED NATIONS (Reuters) - Amid worsening violence in Sudan's Darfur region, a frustrated International Criminal Court prosecutor pleaded on Monday for the United Nations Security Council to take action to ensure justice "for the long-suffering victims of atrocity crimes." "It is long overdue for you to heed the cries of the victims of rape and sexual abuse, torture, mass displacement and other inhumane suffering Darfurians continue to endure," said ICC Prosecutor Fatou Bensouda. The United States, Britain and France have said the suffering in Darfur was at its worst level in a decade. The Hague-based court issued an arrest warrant for Sudan's President Omar Hassan al-Bashir, who is accused of crimes including alleged genocide in the country's western Darfur province, in March 2009.

    Shanghai continues to face heavy selling pressure, dropping 5% after plunging more than 20% from a June 12 peakAsian markets rebounded Tuesday after the previous day's rout, despite Greece being just hours away from default, while Shanghai surged in volatile trading that saw swings of more than nine percent. Hong Kong jumped 1.50 percent in late trade.

    Cleveland Indians starter Cody Anderson pitches against the Tampa Bay Rays during the sixth inning of a baseball game Monday, June 29, 2015, in St. Petersburg, Fla. (AP Photo/Steve Nesius)ST. PETERSBURG, Fla. (AP) — Somewhere around the fourth inning, Cody Anderson realized he was chasing perfection.

    President Pierre Nkurunziza addresses members of the media soon after casting his vote at a polling station in his rural home in NgoziBy Clement Manirabarusha BUJUMBURA (Reuters) - Burundians voted for a new parliament on Monday after a night of sporadic blasts and gunshots and weeks of violent protests against President Pierre Nkurunziza's attempt to win a third term in office. The European Union, a major donor to the aid-reliant country, threatened on Monday to withhold more funds after Burundi ignored U.N. and African calls for a postponement of the parliamentary vote and a presidential election on July 15. In Washington, State Department Deputy Spokesman Mark Toner said there were "woefully inadequate conditons for free and fair elections" in Burundi and said the United States was "deeply disappointed" in the decision to go ahead with the vote.

    JAKARTA, Indonesia (AP) — Hospital official in Indonesia's city of Medan says 5 bodies recovered from plane crash so far.

    Former champion Roger Federer serves during practice at the Wimbledon Championships at the All England Lawn Tennis and Croquet Club, in Wimbledon London Sunday June 28, 2015. The Wimbledon tennis championships begin on Monday. (Adam Davy/PA via AP)LONDON (AP) — The seven U.S. men in the Wimbledon main draw represent the country's smallest contingent since 1947, when only five played at the grass-court Grand Slam tournament.

    In this June 18, 2015 photo, Zahi Hawass, Egypt’s former head of antiquities, stands next to his new book, "The legend of Tutankhamun," as he speaks during an interview with The Associated Press in his office in Cairo. For more than a decade, he was the self-styled Indiana Jones of Egypt, presiding over its antiquities and striding through temples and tombs as the star of TV documentaries that made him an international celebrity. But four years after the 2011 uprising that toppled President Hosni Mubarak and nearly ended his own career, Hawass can be found in a cramped office, lamenting the state of the antiquities bureaucracy he once ruled like a pharaoh and dreaming of a new museum whose fate lies in limbo. (AP Photo/Hassan Ammar)CAIRO (AP) — For more than a decade, he was the self-styled Indiana Jones of Egypt, presiding over its antiquities and striding through temples and tombs as the star of TV documentaries that made him an international celebrity.

    FILE - This Friday, July 25, 2014 file photo shows bottles of midazolam at a hospital pharmacy in Oklahoma City. On Monday, June 29, 2015, The Supreme Court voted 5-4 in a case from Oklahoma saying that the sedative midazolam can be used in executions without violating the Eighth Amendment prohibition on cruel and unusual punishment. (AP Photo/Sue Ogrocki, File)OKLAHOMA CITY (AP) — Oklahoma and Florida are moving quickly to resume lethal injections after the U.S. Supreme Court upheld the use of a sedative that has been used in several problematic executions.

    Actress Bryce Dallas Howard attends the Universal Pictures' "Jurassic World" premiere at Dolby Theatre on June 9, 2015 in Hollywood, CaliforniaLos Angeles (AFP) - The dinosaurs of "Jurassic World" stayed atop the cinematic food chain this weekend, snapping up another $54.5 million to keep Pixar's "Inside Out" in second place at the North American box office, figures showed Monday.

    French Finance Minister Michel Sapin said on Tuesday Greece's place remained in the euro zone but that its exit would be "no drama" for the rest of Europe. "For the other countries in Europe, it would be a problem but not a drama if Greece left, it wouldn't be an economic upheaval all of a sudden," he said, calling Monday's losses on financial markets a simple correction of past gains.Greece will re-open 1,000 bank branches from Wednesday until the end of the week to cater for pensioners who do not use cash cards for automated teller machines, the finance ministry said on Tuesday. Banks are expected to remain closed for other purposes until July 6, as part of capital controls imposed this week to prevent a collapse of the banking system after the European Central Bank froze financial support needed to keep the banks afloat. Although ATMs were reopened on Monday afternoon, many older people who do not use debit or credit cards were unable to collect their pensions.

    Protesters gather in front of the Greek parliament in Athens carrying banners calling for a "NO" vote in the forthcoming referendum on bailout conditions set by the country's creditors, on June 29, 2015Greece on Tuesday looked set to miss an IMF payment and default, with a defiant Athens urging Greeks to reject creditors' demands for tough reforms in a weekend referendum, despite warnings that this would lead to a chaotic Greek exit from the eurozone. Thousands took to Greece's streets on Monday night to support their government's opposition to the latest debt proposals after a clash with the country's creditors forced a shutdown of its banks and brought the country close to financial collapse. Talks between Greece's left-wing government and its creditors -- the "troika" of the European Union, European Central Bank and International Monetary Fund -- fell apart last week after Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras said he would put the latest proposals to a referendum.

    In this May 29, 2015, photo, Vice President of Game Development Baron Giuffria demonstrates a first person skill based gambling game prototype by G2 Game Design in Las Vegas. The player uses a gun to shoot much like a video game. (AP Photo/John Locher)LAS VEGAS (AP) — Bragging rights are usually the only reward at the end of a well-played video game. But what if high scores came with cash, too?

    Supporters of the NO vote in the upcoming referendum hold a Greek flag as riot police block the entrance of the parliament during a rally at Syntagma square in Athens on Monday, June 29, 2015. Anxious Greek pensioners swarmed closed bank branches and long lines snaked outside ATMs as Greeks endured the first day of serious controls on their daily economic lives ahead of a July 5 referendum that could determine whether the country has to ditch the euro currency and return to the drachma. (AP Photo/Daniel Ochoa de Olza)ATHENS, Greece (AP) — Anxious pensioners swarmed closed bank branches Monday and long lines snaked outside ATMs as Greeks endured the first day of serious controls on their daily economic lives ahead of a referendum that could determine whether the country has to ditch the euro currency and return to the drachma.