USA Today: A bill that would allow millions of undocumented immigrants to become citizens and allocate billions of dollars for securing the border with Mexico passed the U.S. Senate Thursday.
CNN: New federal rules will replace candy bars, potato chips and sports drinks with granola bar, baked chips and milk in schools.
BBC: The move opens up one of the world's last untapped mobile phone markets.
AP: The Israeli branch of McDonald’s says it won’t open a restaurant in a Jewish settlement to protest Israel settlement policy.
CNN: The Internal Revenue Service targeted both liberal and conservative groups seeking tax-exempt status.
CBSnews: Hundreds of jeering protesters helped stop Texas lawmakers from passing one of the toughest abortion measures in the country.
Reuters: The Supreme Court on Wednesday handed a significant victory to gay rights advocates by recognizing that married gay men and women are eligible for federal benefits.
Reuters: Cruise operator Carnival Corp's CEO of three decades is stepping down in the wake of a series of mishaps including a sinking off Italy last year.
CBS: Only 30 percent of American employees feel engaged or inspired at their jobs and the majority feel uninspired.
BBC: Workers at a factory in Beijing have prevented their US boss from leaving for five days over a dispute.
Los Angeles Times: Twinkies are making a comeback on July 15.
CNN.com: A United Airlines 787 Dreamliner was diverted due to a mechanical problem, the third such incident for Dreamliners in six days.
Reuters: The South American country will make a decision on the former U.S. intelligence contractor "in due time" based on human rights considerations above all, Foreign Minister Ricardo Patino said on Monday.