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Second Gunman Named in Texas 'Muhammad' Attack
A school security guard was injured when the two gunmen opened fire on Sunday night at the inaugural Muhammad Art Exhibit.

Britain's Royal Baby Named Charlotte Elizabeth Diana
Britain's new royal baby will have the full title of Her Royal Highness Charlotte Elizabeth Diana of Cambridge.

'Draw Muhammad' Host Calls for More 'Anti-Jihad' Events
Pamela Geller told NBC News that there "must be other events like" the 'Draw Muhammad' contest to stand up for free speech.

'Django Unchained' Actress to Apologize to LAPD
"Django Unchained" actress Daniele Watts will apologize to three Los Angeles police officers who she suggested racially profiled her last year.
Marine Commandant Joseph Dunford to Head Joint Chiefs
President Barack Obama will name Marine Commandant Joseph Dunford as chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff on Tuesday, senior defense officials say.
What We Know About Attack at Muhammad Cartoon Contest
Texas police shot dead two gunmen who opened fire outside of a "Draw Muhammad" contest organized in the town of Garland on Sunday. Here's a look at what we know about the incident.

SurveyMonkey CEO Died During Treadmill Workout
David Goldberg, chief executive of SurveyMonkey and husband of Facebook COO Sheryl Sandberg, died after collapsing in a Mexican resort's gym.

Grieving Family Hopes Freddie Gray Will 'Live On Forever'
The grieving relatives of Freddie Gray, who died after a fatal spinal cord injury in police custody, spoke to NBC News in an exclusive interview.
Tsarnaev Wipes Eyes as Aunt Sobs on Witness Stand
Relatives of Dzhokhar Tsarnaev traveled thousands of miles to help persuade a jury not to sentence him to death for the Boston Marathon bombing.

Meet the Royal Baby: Princess Charlotte Elizabeth Diana

Motherland: 32 Countries Better Than U.S. for Moms
The U.S. slipped a couple of notches in the Save the Children index this year, hurt by infant-mortality and maternal-death rates.
Man Gets Stuck in Seattle Basketball Hoop, Cops Called
A man with a hammer but not much of a plan got stuck in a basketball hoop at a Seattle park on May Day — occasionally dangling from his foot.
Despite Damage to Her Image, Clinton Still Leads 2016 Matchups
Clinton's unfavorable rating has ticked up six points, and the percentage giving her high marks for being honest has declined 13 points.
Misreport of Police Shooting Raises Tensions in Baltimore
Baltimore police say a suspect dropped his gun and it discharged, but no one was injured. Initial reports that the police shot him raised tension in the neighborhood where last week's riot started.
Obama Launches New Alliance in Response to Racial Inequity
President Barack Obama announced a new-non profit foundation designed to serve as an offshoot of his "My Brother's Keeper" initiative on Monday — a move that signals the type of work the president might become involved in after he leaves the Oval Office.

Meet the Woman Trying to Bring Silicon Valley to the White House
Megan Smith left a job at Google, one of the most technologically innovative places in the country, to be part of something that has been chronically unimaginative -- the federal government.

Clinton Lawyer: She'll Testify Before Benghazi Committee
Clinton's attorney says she is "ready and willing" to testify publicly as soon as the week of May 18.

Chris Brown Wanted in Alleged Vegas Hoops Scuffle
R&B crooner Chris Brown was summoned Monday by Las Vegas police after an alleged fight during a pickup basketball game.
St. Louis Policing System Is 'Dangerous,' Study Finds
"We have never before encountered what we saw in parts of St. Louis County," the study author found.

Eyewitness of Texas Attack Describes Scene
Katrina Pierson, a participant in the event, said there was "no panic, no chaos," even as police stormed the building.