1.

European Elections Will Be A Test For Nationalist Parties Hoping To Remake The EU
NPR News

2.

Ex-GOP lawmaker says Trump 'illegitimate president,' should be impeached
The Hill

3.

Assange, Free Speech And The Espionage Act
NPR News

4.

‘Welcome to the beginning of the fascist takeover’: Utah judge suspended for bashing Trump
The Washington Post

5.

Maine governor signs bill to remove religious, philosophical vaccine exemptions
The Hill

6.

Trump Arrives In Japan
NPR News

7.

Federal judge blocks part of Trump’s US-Mexico border wall
Vox

8.

Art museum bans 2 members for 'racist comments' to a visiting school group
NBC News

9.

China Released a Uyghur Mother To Silence Her U.S. Son—Then Sent Her Back to Detention The Next Day
Newsweek

10.

Meet Belfast's young climate change protesters
BBC News

11.

In Baltimore and Beyond, a Stolen N.S.A. Tool Wreaks Havoc
The New York Times

12.

Sen. Ron Wyden On Barr And Russia
NPR News

13.

MSNBC's Wallace alters video of herself to show how Trump tried to 'smear' Pelosi
The Hill

14.

A woman vanished 17 days ago hiking in a Maui forest. Then a search helicopter made a pass.
The Washington Post

15.

North Korean missile tests violated UN resolutions, says US national security adviser
The Independent

16.

He was America’s most notorious war criminal, but Nixon helped him anyway
The Washington Post

17.

Trump uses loophole to go ahead with Saudi arms deal, citing rising tensions with Iran
The Week

18.

How Will People Behave in Deep Space Disasters?
Slate

19.

India's battered Congress party closes ranks after election setback
Reuters

20.

A judge temporarily ruled the White House cannot construct a wall using Defense Department funds
The Week

21.

Mississippi's 6-week abortion ban blocked by judge
The Week

22.

Rolling Thunder Prepares For Final Ride In D.C.
NPR News

23.

Trump urges greater Japanese investment in U.S., criticizes trade advantage
Reuters

24.

EU citizens denied vote in European elections to sue UK government
The Guardian

25.

Trenton Bar Shooting: 9 People Hit by Gunfire
The New York Times

26.

Turkey sends weapons to Syrian rebels facing Russian-backed assault: Syrian sources
Reuters

27.

Trump goes scorched earth against impeachment talk
The Hill

28.

Intelligence officials are worried by William Barr's new power to declassify information
The Week

29.

Thailand’s parliament votes in pro-army house speaker
The Washington Post

30.

‘Not Just a Maid’: The Ultra-Running Domestic Workers of Hong Kong
The New York Times

31.

In Rural West Texas, Illegal Border Crossings Are Routine For U.S. Citizens
NPR News

32.

UN court: Russia must free 3 detained Ukraine ships, sailors
The Washington Post

33.

Japan and U.S. must work to narrow differences on trade: economy minister Motegi
Reuters

34.

What will Taiwan’s same-sex marriages will mean in the rest of Asia?
The Washington Post

35.

European elections: Steve Bannon received cold reception from far-right allies before polls opened
The Independent

36.

Cyril Ramaphosa sworn in as South Africa's president – video
The Guardian

37.

Theresa May must pass law to stop no-deal Brexit before she leaves, former cabinet minister warns
The Independent

38.

4 countries vote in high-stakes European Parliament election
The Washington Post

39.

Russia, eyeing Arctic future, launches nuclear icebreaker
Reuters

40.

Promising jobs and justice, Ramaphosa sworn in as South Africa's president
Reuters

41.

Missing yoga teacher found alive two weeks after disappearing in Hawaii forest
The Independent

42.

Trump singles out Toyota exec during dinner with Japanese business leaders
The Hill

43.

Trump's high-risk Japan trip
CNN

44.

Doctored Political Videos And Social Media
NPR News

45.

The Victims of Larry Nassar Who Dared to Come Forward First
The New Yorker

46.

A Senator Wants to Have a Greater Impact. So He’s Leaving the Senate.
The New York Times

47.

Matt Hancock says he will stand for Tory leadership
The Guardian

48.

Trump arrives in Japan as a potential military conflict in the Middle East looms
CBS News

49.

Nike commits to stop financial penalties for pregnant athletes after backlash
The Independent

50.

10 Injured After Shooting at New Jersey Bar, Police Say
The New York Times

51.

Same-sex couples are having trouble getting married in Alabama. Its legislature wants to help.
The Washington Post

52.

Jayme Closs kidnapping: Jake Patterson jailed for life for killing girl's parents and keeping her prisoner
The Independent

53.

Pope: Abortion is never OK, even when fetus is very ill
The Washington Post

54.

South Africa's President Cyril Ramaphosa was inaugurated at an event which included a flypast and military parade.
BBC News

55.

Maine becomes 4th state to eliminate non-medical exemptions for mandatory vaccinations
The Week

56.

Trump Citizenship and Immigration Services head out at agency
The Hill

57.

Best Camping Gear: 17 Cool Camping Gadgets & Supplies (2019)
Wired

58.

EU, US urge Albania’s opposition to keep protests peaceful
The Washington Post

59.

WSJ: More affluent students get extra time to take SAT
CNN

60.

Campaign Aims to Keep Judge’s Copy of ‘Lady Chatterley’s Lover’ in U.K.
The New York Times

61.

Quexit': Australian Labor voters want Queensland expelled for backing Scott Morrison over climate policy
The Telegraph

62.

Steve Smith's century leads Australia to a 12-run victory over England in a World Cup warm-up in Southampton.
BBC News

63.

Theresa May’s resignation tears put her in esteemed company
Quartz

64.

What Do Amazon's Star Ratings Really Mean?
Wired

65.

Trump pushes out head of largest immigration agency — and wants Ken Cuccinelli instead
Vox

66.

British Climber Dies on Everest as Traffic Jam’s Toll Rises to 10
The New York Times

67.

He Led A Platoon Of Artists Who Fooled The Germans: 'Imagination Is Unbelievable'
NPR News

68.

San Francisco police chief apologizes for raid on reporter's home and office
The Guardian

69.

Facebook defends decision to leave up fake Pelosi video and says users should make up their own minds
The Washington Post

70.

HW Bush's service dog vital role to rehabilitating veterans
CBS News

71.

Liftoff: the new race to the moon begins
The Guardian

72.

New law ends use of restraints on pregnant inmates as advocates push for more
NBC News

73.

Trump's nastiest break-ups: A look at the president's most fiery feuds
The Hill

74.

Friends of Lyra McKee begin peace walk from Belfast to Derry
The Guardian

75.

Trump offers to help Rolling Thunder with DC motorcycle ride
The Hill

76.

A shocking share of the public thinks randomized trials are immoral
Vox

77.

Earthquake shakes parts of Tokyo before Trump arrival
The Hill

78.

Alzheimer’s drugs cost seven times more than cancer drugs to develop
Quartz

79.

Seniors for Buttigieg:' Why voters twice his age feel drawn to the millennial mayor
CNN

80.

Snapchat Employees Reportedly Spied on Private Snaps
Wired

81.

A league of champions: Gaza amputees tackle despair with football
The Independent

82.

Buttigieg defends Kaepernick, NFL players who kneel during national anthem
The Hill

83.

Six children were taken to hospital after Friday's incident but two boys, aged 13 and 14, died.
BBC News

84.

Where in the World is Jussie Smollett? Actor in Exile as Chicago Case Files Go Public
Newsweek

85.

Trump voter: I'm considering a Democrat
CNN

86.

Cannes 2019: Bong Joon-ho's Parasite wins the Palme d'Or – live
The Guardian

87.

Andrew Yang is winning over the left by stealing Donald Trump’s playbook
Quartz

88.

Ramaphosa heralds 'new era' as he begins South African presidency
The Guardian

89.

Education secretary tells universities to stop 'scaremongering' over possible cuts to tuition fees
The Independent

90.

Exiled by Trump, Steve Bannon Could Be About to Rise Again in Europe
Newsweek

91.

U.K. Conservatives jostle for top job after May’s resignation
Politico

92.

Jim gets it': Acosta says in new book Trump war on press started as an act
The Guardian

93.

Trump’s Targeting of Intelligence Agencies Gains a Harder Edge
The New York Times

94.

Jon Voight Delivers Reverent Address about Donald Trump: "Greatest President Since Abraham Lincoln”
Newsweek

95.

New evidence links Colombia army chief to civilian slayings
The Washington Post

96.

Iran Slams U.S. After Middle East Troop Buildup Is Announced
The New York Times

97.

Four clubs battle for two Champions League places
ESPN

98.

Arkansas newspaper gambles on free iPads as the future
ABC News

99.

Texas officials deny withholding video of Sandra Bland traffic stop
The Guardian

100.

British man dies on Mount Everest as death toll of climbers in Himalayas reaches 20
The Independent

101.

In Contest to Succeed Theresa May, Stars Are Aligning for Boris Johnson
The New York Times

102.

Fishermen face another quota cut, could hit lobster prices
ABC News

103.

Donald Trump asks legal immigration chief to resign amid border security push
The Independent

104.

AP finds evidence linking head of Colombia’s army to alleged cover-up of civilian killings more than a decade ago.
The Washington Post

105.

Fact-Checking Bernie Sanders on the Campaign Trail
The New York Times

106.

Cuccinelli slated to take over Citizenship and Immigration Services
The Week

107.

Ex-GOP Lawmaker: Trump Is “Illegitimate President,” Should Be Impeached
Slate

108.

How Red Bull's Aerobatic Helicopter Flies Wild Stunts Over NYC
Wired

109.

California Assembly approves supervised opioid injection facility, but faces federal opposition
The Washington Post

110.

Online petition backs doctor who asked Muslim patient to remove veil
The Telegraph

111.

Cyril Ramaphosa promises a South Africa 'free from corruption' as he is sworn in as president
The Independent

112.

On The Campaign Trail, These Are Hot Spots Candidates Can't Resist
NPR News

113.

Trump sends 1,500 troops to counter Iran and pushes through £6bn arms sale to Arab allies
The Telegraph

114.

The president promises to tackle corruption and bring about "hope and renewal".
BBC News

115.

A Lesson of Sandy Hook: ‘Err on the Side of the Victims’
The New York Times

116.

Democratic presidential hopeful Klobuchar proposes revamping EPA ethanol rules
Reuters

117.

Trump Defies Congress, Moves Forward With Weapons Sales to Saudi Arabia
Slate

118.

Sudan, Algeria, Libya: new Arab spring stalls as Trump looks away
The Guardian

119.

China says U.S. demand on its state-owned enterprises is 'invasion' on economic sovereignty
Reuters

120.

Noah's Ark replica owners sue insurance company over rain damage
The Independent

121.

ISIS Fighters On Trial In Kurdish Territory
NPR News

122.

Afghan security forces kill six civilians during insurgent raid
The Guardian

123.

Hearts vs Celtic, Scottish Cup final - live score and latest updates
The Telegraph

124.

Evidence Links Colombia Army Chief to Civilian Slayings
The New York Times

125.

China calls on Germany to correct 'mistakes' over asylum for Hong Kong independence activists
Reuters

126.

England vs Denmark, Women's World Cup warm-up - live score and latest updates
The Telegraph

127.

Virginia Prisons Putting Up Obstacles to Ramadan Observance
The Intercept

128.

Semi-Raw Data: Household Income in Urban and Rural Areas
Mother Jones

129.

Uganda protests Rwanda military incursion on its territory
Reuters

130.

Watch the moment when rescuers airlift Eller from forest
CNN

131.

The chances of Moscow complying with the UN tribunal's ruling are thought to be minimal.
BBC News

132.

Deputy fatally shoots reportedly suicidal man after chase
ABC News

133.

Pompeo has never directly spoken to Iranian counterpart: report
The Hill

134.

Woman Lost in Hawaii Forest Is Found Alive After 17 Days
The New York Times

135.

Mexican military helicopter crashes, killing five crew
Reuters

136.

Russia must release detained Ukrainian sailors: maritime tribunal
Reuters

137.

Newport County vs Tranmere Rovers, League Two play-off final - live score and latest updates
The Telegraph

138.

The Border Force was alerted to the small boat travelling across the Channel at about 06:20 BST.
BBC News

139.

National Wine Day 2019: Best Deals on Wine and Tasting to Celebrate the Grape
Newsweek

140.

Sudanese protesters call for strike amid divisions with army
The Washington Post

141.

Kentucky to revisit language barring certain tattoos after backlash
The Hill

142.

Mount Agung erupted on Friday, causing some flight cancellations and delays.
BBC News

143.

Pope Francis Decries All Abortion: Is It Legal to 'Hire a Hitman'?
Newsweek

144.

Women are happier without children or a spouse, says happiness expert
The Guardian

145.

How Narendra Modi is remaking Hinduism’s holiest city — and India in the process
The Washington Post

146.

British climber latest to die on Everest amid overcrowding
The Guardian

147.

This video-game titan wants to ride into history — with a lance and bespoke armor
The Washington Post

148.

Can Data Be Human? The Work of Giorgia Lupi
The New Yorker

149.

Pope Francis likens abortion in any scenario to 'hiring a hitman'
The Independent

150.

New US law bans use of shackles on pregnant federal prisoners
The Independent

151.

Help! My Stepfather Made Me Get an Abortion as a Teen. I’m Still Angry.
Slate

152.

Trump swipes at Fed during trip to Japan
The Hill

153.

Read Sci-Fi Author Elizabeth Bear’s New Short Story About Panic in Space
Slate

154.

Traditional Dresses as Resistance
The New York Times

155.

Another 25 Miss Selfridge and Evans stores to close in latest bid by Sir Philip Green to save his retail empire
The Independent

156.

Saudi Arabia’s abortion laws are more forgiving than Alabama’s
Quartz

157.

In Kabul, a moderate cleric was hailed for denouncing extremists. Now he’s mourned after a mosque bombing.
The Washington Post

158.

Nearly 60,000 sign petition to stop doctor getting sacked for asking Muslim patient to remove veil
The Independent

159.

Doctored Pelosi video highlights the threat of deepfake tech
CBS News

160.

Harvey Weinstein could still go to jail
Quartz

161.

Exodus of experienced prison staff 'putting public at risk' as 80,000 years of experience lost since 2010
The Independent

162.

Boulder the size of a building blocks Colorado highway
CNN

163.

Nepal’s record-setting Everest guide returns as a hero
The Washington Post

164.

Boston Museum of Fine Arts acts over middle schoolers' racism claim
The Guardian

165.

Sandra Bland's own cellphone video surfaces from 2015 traffic stop – video
The Guardian

166.

French police hunt for man who left bomb in Lyon
Reuters

167.

Richard Ashcroft making up with Mick can’t change the mould | Rebecca Nicholson
The Guardian

168.

Can someone please send mushrooms to all the men’s rights activists out there? | Arwa Mahdawi
The Guardian

169.

Online hate spurred on our father to kill our mother and sister, say his sons
The Independent

170.

Giro d'Italia 2019, stage 14 – live updates
The Telegraph

171.

What happens when a gothic lit expert moves into a haunted house
Vox

172.

Boston's Museum of Fine Arts Bans Members for Making Racist Comments to Middle School Students on Field Trip
Newsweek

173.

Trump arrives in Japan for high-stakes trade talks
CBS News

174.

The current global measles outbreak, mapped
Quartz

175.

US ambassador raises concerns during rare Tibet visit
The Washington Post

176.

Family of woman mauled by lion pushes for new regulations
ABC News

177.

The actress denied dating Moby as a teenager, and called his behaviour "inappropriate".
BBC News

178.

F1 live: Monaco Grand Prix 2019 qualifying - latest updates from Monte Carlo 
The Telegraph

179.

All four lanes northbound have been shut and three of four southbound between junctions 15 and 16.
BBC News

180.

This Dating App Exposes the Monstrous Bias of Algorithms
Wired

181.

Rolling To A Halt: Memorial Day Motorcycle Rally Ends 30-Year Tradition
NPR News

182.

Police hunt suspect after explosion in French city of Lyon
The Washington Post

183.

Fossil Jaws a Sign of When Mammals Bounced Back
Scientific American

184.

Doctored Pelosi videos offer a warning: The internet isn't ready for 2020
NBC News

185.

Giro d'Italia 2019, stage 14 – live updates
The Telegraph

186.

Read Sci-Fi Author Elizabeth Bear’s New Short Story About Panic in Space
Slate

187.

George HW Bush’s service dog still playing a vital role in rehabilitating veterans
CBS News

188.

Family of woman mauled by lion pushes for new regulations
ABC News

189.

US ambassador raises concerns during rare Tibet visit
The Washington Post

190.

F1 live: Monaco Grand Prix 2019 qualifying - latest updates from Monte Carlo 
The Telegraph

191.

Doctored Pelosi video highlights the threat of deepfake tech
CBS News

192.

Saudi Arabia’s abortion laws are more forgiving than Alabama’s
Quartz

193.

Malawi election results delayed after injunction over alleged irregularities
Reuters

194.

The actress denied dating Moby as a teenager, and called his behaviour "inappropriate".
BBC News

195.

Spice Girls reunion tour, Dublin, review: the ramshackle genius of a bonkers girl group ahead of their time
The Telegraph

196.

Art museum bans 2 members for 'racist comments' to a visiting school group
NBC News

197.

Tens of thousands of people are expected to attend the annual event in Birmingham.
BBC News

198.

All four lanes northbound have been shut and three of four southbound between junctions 15 and 16.
BBC News

199.

Black students say they were racially-profiled and told 'no food, no drink, no watermelon' at museum
The Independent

200.

Iranian FM arrives in Baghdad to meet with Iraq officials
The Washington Post

201.

Online hate spurred on our father to kill our mother and sister, say his sons
The Independent

202.

A fight between fighting styles just got settled by a court in China
Quartz

203.

Rolling To A Halt: Memorial Day Motorcycle Rally Ends 30-Year Tradition
NPR News

204.

What happens when a gothic lit expert moves into a haunted house
Vox

205.

Boston's Museum of Fine Arts Bans Members for Making Racist Comments to Middle School Students on Field Trip
Newsweek

206.

The true deep-state conspiracy just benefits the old
The Guardian

207.

Toward a New Frontier in Human Intelligence: The Person-Centered Approach
Scientific American

208.

Police hunt suspect after explosion in French city of Lyon
The Washington Post

209.

Who protects democracy when democrats won't?
CNN

210.

This Dating App Exposes the Monstrous Bias of Algorithms
Wired

211.

Move 9 women freed after 40 years in jail over Philadelphia police siege
The Guardian

212.

Klobuchar to roll out policy priorities for farmers in Iowa
The Hill

213.

Nearly 60,000 sign petition to stop doctor getting sacked for asking Muslim patient to remove veil
The Independent

214.

Exodus of experienced prison staff 'putting public at risk' as 80,000 years of experience lost since 2010
The Independent

215.

Former Botswana president quits ruling party in row with ex-ally
Reuters

216.

CNN's Anderson Cooper grills Facebook exec over fake Pelosi video
The Hill

217.

Fossil Jaws a Sign of When Mammals Bounced Back
Scientific American

218.

Facebook defends decision to leave up fake Pelosi video and says users should make up their own minds
The Washington Post

219.

Why it took Facebook so long to act against the doctored Pelosi video
CNN

220.

Australia's Steve Smith makes his century with a superb six and a scrappy single as he faces England for first time since a ball-tampering ban.
BBC News

221.

European elections: Live blog
Politico

222.

Supreme Court agrees to pause partisan gerrymander rulings for Ohio, Michigan
The Hill

223.

Supreme Court halts gerrymandering cases in Ohio and Michigan
The Los Angeles Times

224.

Theresa May Had One Job — Brexit. She Failed.
The New York Times

225.

‘The Andy Griffith Show’ Theme Song Is Subject Of Legal Dispute
Deadline Hollywood

226.

Four Conservative MPs have already said they want the job - with more expected to follow.
BBC News

227.

Manhunt underway after blast injures at least 13 in France
CBS News

228.

Manslaughter charge dropped against officer in Florida
ABC News

229.

Who will replace British Prime Minister Theresa May? Odds are that it’ll be one of these five.
The Washington Post

230.

Booksmart is like Superbad, but with girls and better
Vox

231.

Hundreds of same-sex couples exchange vows as Taiwan recognizes same-sex marriage for the first time
The Washington Post

232.

Theresa May’s Successor May Be Just as Doomed
Foreign Policy

233.

British tennis should follow 'simple' example of Roger Federer, says Dan Evans ahead of French Open 
The Telegraph

234.

The Balkan Wars Created a Generation of Christian Terrorists
Foreign Policy

235.

U.S. deploys more troops to Middle East, blames Iran for tanker attacks
Reuters

236.

Wall Street week ahead: Trade protection doesn't have to exclude growth stocks
Reuters

237.

Man who kidnapped Jayme Closs and murdered her parents faces sentencing in Wisconsin
NBC News

238.

Taiwan becomes first place in Asia to recognize same-sex marriage
CBS News

239.

D-Day veteran tells of moment he received telex saying World War Two was over
The Telegraph

240.

Man who kidnapped Jayme Closs and murdered her parents sentenced to life in prison
NBC News

241.

Treasury Secretary Mnuchin Says Harriet Tubman $20 Bill Will Be Delayed
NPR News

242.

The Results of Our Public-Opinion Poll Are In
The New Yorker

243.

Trump says considering pardons for some U.S. soldiers accused of war crimes
Reuters

244.

Trump says to consider pardons for some U.S. soldiers accused of war crimes
Reuters

245.

Katie Boulter makes hasty French Open getaway after picking up controversial pay packet
The Telegraph

246.

As the pop icons return (minus Posh) for their Spiceworld tour - is Girl Power relevant or a 90s relic?
BBC News

247.

Construction to begin this summer on taller White House fence
The Hill

248.

The Frivolous Arrest of Another Russian Dissident, Leonid Volkov
The New Yorker

249.

The Feds May Come to Regret Charging Assange with Espionage
Politico

250.

Wisconsin man will spend rest of life in prison for kidnapping 13-year-old Jayme Closs, killing her parents
ABC News

251.

Iraqi protesters urge Baghdad to stay out of U.S.-Iran showdown
Reuters

252.

San Francisco Police Chief Apologizes For Raid On Home Of Freelance Journalist
NPR News

253.

The Grandkid Strike: A Bold New Plan to Change Your Parents’ Bad Voting Habits
Slate

254.

San Francisco police chief 'sorry' for raid on journalist
ABC News

255.

How Abortion Changed the Arc of Women’s Lives
The New Yorker

256.

Construction to begin this summer on taller White House fence
The Hill

257.

Texas pitcher 'doing well' after being hit in face
ESPN

258.

Man charged with murder after elderly couple found dead in Kensington flat
The Telegraph

259.

For Anderson family, an early bet on SMA gene therapy
Reuters

260.

British tennis should follow 'simple' example of Roger Federer, says Dan Evans ahead of French Open 
The Telegraph

261.

Wisconsin Man Sentenced To 2 Life Terms For Kidnapping Teen, Murdering Her Parents
NPR News

262.

As the pop icons return (minus Posh) for their Spiceworld tour - is Girl Power relevant or a 90s relic?
BBC News

263.

Paramilitaries Are Surging Again in Northern Ireland
Foreign Policy

264.

Barr Got More Power to Review the Russia Inquiry. Here’s What We Know About Its Origins.
The New York Times

265.

Taiwan becomes first place in Asia to recognize same-sex marriage
CBS News

266.

Manhunt underway after blast injures at least 13 in France
CBS News

267.

Michigan Attorney General Announces First Arrests in Catholic Clergy Abuse Investigation
The New York Times

268.

Nick' lied to police about VIP abuse ring murders, court told
The Guardian

269.

The Feds May Come to Regret Charging Assange with Espionage
Politico

270.

Katie Boulter makes hasty French Open getaway after picking up controversial pay packet
The Telegraph

271.

Kenyan court upholds laws criminalizing same sex relations
The Washington Post

272.

Suspect in Utah shooting found in Idaho after 2-day manhunt
ABC News

273.

Iraqi protesters urge Baghdad to stay out of U.S.-Iran showdown
Reuters

274.

Progress reported in race to find vaccine for deadly hog disease spreading across China
CNBC

275.

Harriet Tubman's appearance on $20 bill to be delayed
CBS News

276.

Foreign Fighters Like John Walker Lindh Are Often More Trouble Than They’re Worth for the Groups They Join
Slate

277.

Theresa May’s Successor May Be Just as Doomed
Foreign Policy

278.

U.S. states want federal government to forgive disabled veterans' student loans
Reuters

279.

Brexit Party condemns claims milkshake attack on army veteran was faked
The Independent

280.

The Balkan Wars Created a Generation of Christian Terrorists
Foreign Policy

281.

No longer a simple tit-for-tat: China is ready to endure — and inflict — real pain on the U.S.
NBC News