Good morning, everyone. John Stamos got a DUI. Now, your morning constitutional:
Mokhtar Belmokhtar, an elusive veteran al-Qaeda militant, is believed to be dead after a U.S. airstrike in Libya.
Sudan President Omar al-Bashir, who is wanted by the International Criminal Court for war crimes, left South Africa before he could be arrested.
Saudi Arabia is opening its stock market to foreigners for the first time Monday.
The Trans-Pacific Partnership, a major priority for the Obama administration. could be doomed not because of foreign entanglements, but because of domestic politics. On the other hand, losing the vote in the House may strengthen the U.S.’s bargaining position.
The Mexican Supreme Court made same-sex legal while nobody was paying attention.
The Catholic archbishop of Minneapolis and St. Paul and a deputy bishop resigned Monday after authorities charged the archdiocese with mishandling repeated complaints of sexual misconduct.
Former Florida Governor John Ellis Bush is expected to announce his candidacy for the Republican nomination for president today.
A North Korean solider defected to South Korea Monday by walking across the DMZ.
Gun maker Colt files for bankruptcy.
If an airline has lost your bags, they probably ended up at this store in Alabama.