‘People were freaking out’: 13 injured in shooting in downtown Austin’s entertainment district

Thirteen people were shot Saturday in downtown Austin in a chaotic scene that left police officers taking wounded to the hospital in police cars.



Suns run by Nuggets again to take commanding 3-0 series lead

Chris Paul and Devin Booker combined for 56 points as the Suns moved one win from the West finals after beating the Nuggets 116-102 in Game 3.



Tom Nichols: I said I couldn’t stand Indian food. Then a Twitter friend took me to dinner.

This is a story about the internet, the spontaneous generosity of thousands of people and the healing power of food. Or, the healing power of lamb.



Loving Day: A look at interracial marriage 54 years after Supreme Court decision

Loving Day is celebrated on June 12, the anniversary of Loving v. Virginia, a historic court decision that overturned bans on interracial marriages.



Why it’s been relatively easy to vaccinate against COVID-19 compared to HIV or cancer

Why has it been so easy to vaccinate against COVID-19 when other medical problems remain intractable? Biology.



Biden in the UK, Netanyahu’s fate, Westminster Dog Show: 5 things to know this weekend

President Biden will attend the G-7 summit and meet Queen Elizabeth, the Westminster Dog Show moves north and more news to start your weekend.



‘Keep dancing Orlando’: Five years later, Pulse nightclub shooting survivors seek to embody strength of LGBTQ community

The early-morning attack at a gay nightclub in Florida on June 12, 2016, left the LGBTQ community grieving and on edge during Pride celebrations.



‘Watershed moment’: Netanyahu’s fate on the line as Israel prepares for historic vote

Israel’s parliament will vote Sunday on ending Benjamin Netanyahu’s tenure as prime minister and approving a new coalition that includes an Arab party



COVID’s ‘roots,’ China, protests at sea, beach BBQ: What’s happening on Day 2 of the G-7 summit

President Joe Biden and other world leaders to talk economy, foreign policy and health care on second day of G-7 summit in Cornwall, England.



‘Wheel of Fortune’ contestant gives horribly wrong answer and even Pat Sajak was confused: ‘Uh, no’

A contestant named Matt became the talk of Twitter Thursday after his bizarre answer to the puzzle of “the best buttercup.” He wasn’t even close.