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Mainland China criticized U.S. President Barack Obama on Thursday for hosting the Dalai Lama at the White House, despite efforts to avoid irking Beijing by holding the meeting off-camera and out of the public eye.
 
While his victims texted heartbreaking last words to loved ones from the blood-drenched floors of packed bathrooms, Omar Mateen apparently turned to social media to measure the viral shockwaves his attack on a gay nightclub had generated.
 
Canada's House of Commons has voted to render the country's national anthem gender neutral.
 
The U.S. state of Louisiana's prisons chief said Wednesday that the state's refusal to install air conditioning on death row isn't politically motivated....
 
A university in westernmost Canada became the latest in North America Wednesday to face a backlash over its handling of sexual assault allegations by students.
 
Obama to meet Dalai Lama at White House, defying China
China on Wednesday warned U.S. President Barack Obama against meeting with the Dalai Lama at the White House, saying that hosting the exiled Tibetan spiritual leader could damage mutual trust.
 
Officials search for boy dragged into water by gator
The search continued Wednesday morning for a 2-year-old boy who was dragged into the water by an alligator near Disney's upscale Grand Floridian Resort & Spa, authorities said.
 
Kerry sees Iran minister over nuke deal sanctions
U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry met his Iranian counterpart in Norway on Wednesday to once again discuss Iran's complaints that it's not getting the sanctions relief it deserves under last year's landmark nuclear deal.
 
Hillary wins DC primary, meets with Sanders
Hillary Clinton brought a close to the presidential primary season with a win Tuesday in the nation's capital and a meeting with dispatched rival Bernie Sanders, hoping to set a tone of unity for her Democratic Party heading into next month's party convention in Philadelphia.
 
Candles and tears at US vigils for massacre
Thousands gathered for vigils late Monday in Orlando, New York and Los Angeles in memory of the 49 people killed at a Florida gay nightclub in the worst mass shooting in modern U.S. history.
 
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