Half of Arizona fire 'under control' :: Nearly 600 firefighters are continuing to win their battle against a devastating blaze in central Arizona that killed 19 of their colleagues.
U.K. firm 'didn't bug Ecuador embassy' :: Ecuador's government says it has well-founded suspicions that a private security company bugged its London embassy.
Analysis: Cautious toward Middle East, Obama gets second chance in Egypt :: url: http://feeds.reuters.com/~r/reuters/MostRead/~3/ahfqEDsg8As/story01.htm
U.S. enjoys July 4 parades, picnics under watchful eyes of police :: url: http://feeds.reuters.com/~r/reuters/MostRead/~3/1EsmL11SvI4/story01.htm
VIDEO: 'I was having six panic attacks a day' :: There is growing evidence that large numbers of young people are suffering from mental health problems, according to new survey by You Gov.
VIDEO: The art that you can eat :: Food wizard creates chocolate skulls and chewable hair
Study finds MERS virus has not yet reached pandemic potential :: url: http://feeds.reuters.com/~r/reuters/MostRead/~3/0sEHBR8XydI/story01.htm
US man eats record 69 hot dogs :: A US man devours 69 hot dogs, beating his own world record and retaining his title as reigning champion for a seventh year in a row.
'I won't stand down' says McCausland :: Nelson McCausland, the Stormont minister at the centre of a political row, says he has no intention of standing down.
Why are so many Japanese men refusing to leave their rooms? :: Why are thousands of Japanese men refusing to leave their rooms?
Inside the Arizona 'tinderbox' :: A search for answers amid the heartbreak in Arizona
Quiz of the week's news :: Which ill-advised stunt will Jagger be avoiding?
Father's trailer kills boy at July 4 parade :: A 7-year-old boy was fatally injured when a trailer being pulled by his father ran over him during an Oklahoma Fourth of July parade, an incident police described as "heartbreaking."
Teacher: Same outfit for 40 years :: A recently retired Texas gym teacher wore the same outfit for every yearbook photo throughout his 40-year career.
Morales back in Bolivia after plane drama over Snowden :: url: http://feeds.reuters.com/~r/reuters/MostRead/~3/TqDJYH03XRk/story01.htm
Sainsbury's welcomes phone debate :: Sainsbury's says it welcomes the debate about etiquette sparked by one of its checkout workers refusing to serve a customer who was talking on her phone.
U.S. enjoys July 4 parades, picnics under watchful eyes of police :: url: http://feeds.reuters.com/~r/reuters/INtopNews/~3/sp3S4WW8Zo8/story01.htm
Where to for Muslim Brotherhood? :: With Egypt's military rounding up Morsy's supporters, will his Islamist movement survive?
Tour de France fans follow their heroes :: The diehard cycling fans who follow the Tour de France
Airport cinemas: Who needs them? :: A survey finds cinemas top airport wish lists, but evidence suggests we have other things to do.
F1 drivers threaten German boycott :: Formula One drivers threatened to boycott the German GP this weekend if the tire problems which blighted the British round at Silverstone are repeated.
Footballers' need for speed :: The love affair between football stars and flash cars goes back years -- but what does the number of players being hit with driving bans says about footballers' need for speed.
Egypt coup :: Morsy under house arrest
Constitution is suspended
Opposition cheers military
At least 32 killed in violence
Will there ever be another massive tank battle? :: Do modern armies still need to use tanks?
New virus 'not yet global threat' :: The deadly coronavirus that emerged last year does not currently appear to be infectious enough to pose a global threat, researchers say.
Surgeon death data 'not robust' :: Publishing death rates for individual surgeons will not spot poor performers in certain fields because too few operations take place, a study finds,
Guillemot eggs are self-cleaning :: Guillemot eggs have nano-structures on their shells that have evolved to keep off the seawater and dirt, according to research
Crime-fighting in Venezuela's toughest slum :: Fighting crime in Venezuela's toughest neighbourhood
Ecuador 'spy mic' :: Ecuador's government says it has well-founded suspicions that a private security company bugged its London embassy.
Son's parade death :: A 7-year-old boy was fatally injured when a trailer being pulled by his father ran over him during an Oklahoma Fourth of July parade, an incident police described as "heartbreaking."