A 911 dispatcher in New York City spent 8 hours on the phone with a woman who suffered a stroke until the dispatcher finally found her location. (June 18)
First lady, Michelle Obama took a tour of Ireland's Wicklow Mountains National Park with daughters Sasha and Malia on Tuesday. They are in Ireland while President Obama attends the G-8 summit. (June 18)
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President Obama told PBS's Charlie Rose that the US has been helping Syrian rebels, even before the White House's recent decision to provide lethal aid. (June 18)
Here's the latest news for Tuesday, June 18: Obama: Surveillance Transparent; Afghanistan hand-over; Huge protests in Brazil; Stand-up paddle board patrol.
Afghan forces have taken over the security lead in Afghanistan, following an official handover from the US-led NATO coalition on Tuesday. (June 18)
An estimated 100,000 demonstrators flooded the streets of eight different Brazilian cities, venting frustrations over poor transportation, health services, education and security despite heavy taxes. (June 18)
Police in Truckee, California are believed to be the first department to patrol a waterway using stand-up paddle boards. As AP's Haven Daley explains, it's all about community outreach. (June 18)
Mel Wymore is campaigning in New York as a community board appointee, ex-PTA chair and founder of local organizations. But this city council candidate's resume has an unusual feature: He built much of it while he was a woman. (June 18)
President Barack Obama defended top secret National Security Agency spying programs as legal in a lengthy interview Monday, and called them transparent _ even though they are authorized in secret. (June 18)