President Obama and Russian President Putin meet at the G-20 Summit, with Obama saying they agreed on a need to end the violence in Syria and prevent civil war. Putin says he and Obama found many "commonalities."
The attorney general offers to hand over more "Fast and Furious" documents, after a House panel threatened to hold him in contempt in a dispute over the records. ATF agents lost track of more than 1,000 guns during the botched probe.
The measure will not only set policy and spending for the nation's farms for years to come, but it will also affect dozens of other programs — all at a cost of nearly $1 trillion over the next decade.
CNN, which has been battered in the ratings game, announced today that it was canceling its politics show "John King, USA."
In Moscow, tens of thousands of demonstrators show up to protest They reject Vladimir Putin's election as president, saying the vote was not free.
An area KKK chapter wanted to clean part of Georgia State Route 515. Commissioner also says area will not be adopted because of public and safety concerns.
Secretary of State Hillary Clinton accused Russia of sending attack helicopters to Syria.
Secretary John Bryson will take a medical leave of absence, the White House announced Monday. He has no history of seizures, an official says. Bryson is still under investigation for possible felony hit-and-run.
Minors already weren't allowed to smoke real cigarettes in Kansas, and as of July 1 they won't be able to smoke the electronic ones, either.
At least 40 people were killed in Friday's violence. Activists say they showed U.N. monitors burned houses and victims' graves. China condemns the violence in strong terms.
Mexican presidential front-runner Enrique Pena Nieto of the Institutional Revolutionary Party, or PRI, is busy on campaign stops in hopes of healing a drug-war torn nation.