In a warning that's sure to disappoint many who enjoy sneaking a taste of cookie dough, the federal Food and Drug Administration says people shouldn't eat raw dough or batter of any kind due to an ongoing outbreak of illnesses related to a strain of E. coli bacteria found in some batches of flour.
Cinar Kiper, Associated Press | Posted Jun 30th - 6:00am
An adoring father of his four "princesses." A young man working to support his sisters' education. A woman looking forward to a few days' vacation with her husband and their infant child. Victims of Tuesday's terror assault at Istanbul's main airport have left behind mourning friends and relatives struggling to deal with their loss. Here are some of their stories:
The European Union has opened an investigation into global beer giant AB InBev to determine if it has abused its dominant position in Belgium by hindering cheaper imports of its products from neighboring countries.
Julie Bykowicz, Associated Press | Posted Jun 30th - 5:10am
A single elevator could have accommodated the donors who recently gathered with Hillary Clinton at home of the Pritzker family in Chicago's Gold Coast neighborhood. Small in number, the group was big in largesse, contributing at least $1 million to help elect her and other Democrats this fall.
Lolita C. Baldor, Associated Press | Posted Jun 30th - 5:00am
The Pentagon is poised to announce new rules allowing transgender individuals to serve openly in the U.S. military, amid concerns from senior military leaders who believe the department is moving too fast and has yet to resolve many details, U.S. officials told The Associated Press.
Baltimore Gas and Electric Company officials say they've finalized an agreement with the University of Maryland Medical System to use an electric company facility as an alternative landing site for medevac helicopters.
Mary Clare Jalonick, Associated Press | Posted Jun 30th - 2:01am
As Puerto Rico faces a major debt payment, President Barack Obama is vowing to move quickly to sign a last-minute rescue package for the financially-strapped U.S. territory and its 3.5 million Americans.
John O'Connor and Ivan Moreno, Associated Press | Posted Jun 30th - 12:20am
Illinois lawmakers plan votes Thursday on a stopgap spending deal that would ensure schools open in August and would fund state services for the next six months, but it won't end the ideological divide that led to the yearlong budget standoff.