June 10, 2015 06:40 AM
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1. SUICIDE BOMBER TARGETS ANCIENT TEMPLE IN EGYPT

Karnak, in Luxor, a city frequented by millions of tourists every year, is the latest target of suspected extremists in Sinai.


2. POLICE OFFICER IN POOL PARTY VIDEO RESIGNS

White Texas officer David Eric Casebolt was recorded pushing a black teenage girl to the ground and brandishing his gun at other teens.


3. WHOSE RELEASE IS BEING TEMPORARILY BLOCKED

The state of Louisiana is contesting a federal judge's order that 'Angola 3' inmate Albert Woodfox, who has been held in isolation more than four decades, be freed immediately.


4. EX-LAWMAKER HASTERT PLEADS NOT GUILTY

The brief court appearance is the first time the former U.S. House speaker has been seen in public since he was charged in a hush-money case.


5. REPORTS BRING HEAVY POLICE PRESENCE TO NEW YORK TOWN AFTER JAILBREAK

The search seemingly turned up no signs of two escaped killers, but authorities say leads continue and law enforcement officers will remain in the area.


6. WOMAN IS ARRESTED AND CHARGED WITH MURDER AFTER TAKING ABORTION PILL

However, experts agree it will be tough to make the case hold up in court.


7. WHICH CITY WANTS SALT WARNINGS ON MENUS

New York's Health Department is proposing that all chain restaurants flag products that are high in salt.


8. CUBAN ARTISTS PROFIT FROM THEIR COUNTRY'S GROWING INTERNATIONAL TRENDINESS

It's a demonstration both of Cuba's accomplishments as well as its economic difficulties after a half-century of communism.


9. HOW NEW FEATURES IN SMARTPHONES AND IPADS CAN IMPROVE OUR LIVES

AP's Anick Jesdanun says he's looking forward to easier multitasking, better maps and smarter voice assistants.


10. CAVALIERS TAKE 2-1 LEAD IN NBA FINALS

LeBron James scored 40 points and Matthew Dellavedova added 20, leading Cleveland to a 96-91 win over the Golden State Warriors.