- U.S. Yahoo News UK
The giant shark, named Vimy by researchers, was caught off the coast of Nova Scotia earlier this month.
- U.S. AOL.com
A 15-year-old Texas girl died by suicide on Saturday, two years after she was rescued from sex trafficking, her family says.
- Politics HuffPost
Thousands of cheering supporters greeted Trump in Dallas. But he shares the blame for the GOP's weakening hold on the country's largest red state.
- Entertainment Entertainment Tonight
Kaley Cuoco Says Starting 'Flight Attendant' Right After 'Big Bang Theory' Was a 'Smart' Move (Exclusive)
The actress opened up to ET on Thursday about her upcoming TV show and her love of animals.
- U.S. Reuters
A computer-aided scope on a machine gun that can turn just about anyone into a marksman.Even firearms that measure and record every movement, from the angle of the barrel to the precise moment of each shot fired, which could provide law enforcement with a digital record of police shootings. The application of information technology to firearms has long been resisted in the United States by gun owners and law-enforcement officials who worry they could be hacked, fail at the wrong moment, or invite government control. The Army is moving forward regardless.
- WorldAssociated Press
Japan's government said Friday it has decided not to join a U.S. coalition to protect commercial vessels in the Middle East but is preparing to send its own force to ensure the safe shipment of oil to Japan. Chief Cabinet Secretary Yoshihide Suga said that Japan will keep cooperating closely with Washington even if it won't join the initiative the U.S. says is aimed at protecting commercial tankers from alleged Iranian attacks. "Peace and stability in the Middle East is extremely important for the international society, including Japan," Suga said at a news conference.