Politics

Tenth Candidate To Announce Run For Baltimore MayorCampaign officials for Pastor Shannon Wright said she will announce her run Friday afternoon.
Maryland's Brian Frosh Among 13 Attorneys General Suing Trump Over Public Benefit Immigration RuleAttorneys general in 13 states, including Maryland, have filed a lawsuit challenging a Trump administration rule that'll allow immigration officials to deny green cards to migrants who use public assistance, including food stamps or housing vouchers.
'It Would Be Kind Of Sad' | Maryland Woman Hand-Raising Monarch Butterflies Worries Trump's New Order Could Put Species At RiskHand-raising monarch butterflies in the midst of a global extinction crisis, Laura Moore and her neighbors gather round in her suburban Maryland yard to launch a butterfly newly emerged from its chrysalis. Eager to play his part, 3-year-old Thomas Powell flaps his arms and exclaims, "I'm flying! I'm flying!"
Monarchs Caught Up In Rewrite Of Endangered Species RuleAdministration officials say the changes, expected to go into effect next month, will reduce regulation while still protecting animals and plants. But conservation advocates and Democratic lawmakers say the overhaul will force more to extinction, delaying and denying protections.
House Oversight Committee Requests Documents About Firearms Dealers Who Sell Large Numbers Of GunsThe House Oversight Committee, concerned about the involvement of guns purchased from licensed gun dealers in violent crimes, is asking the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives for documents to help lawmakers investigate the issue. 
AACo Dems' Facebook Post Says 'Republicans Are To Blame For Mass Shootings'A Facebook post from the Anne Arundel County Democratic Party blaming Republicans for mass shootings is drawing significant reaction online.

Health

'Tomorrow's Not Promised' | Maryland Man Recovering After Contracting Brain-Eating Amoeba While Jet SkiingRyan Perry is adjusting to life at home after 90 days in hospitals and two months in a rehab facility.
Tyson Foods Recalling 39K Pounds Of Weaver Brand Ready-To-Eat Chicken Patty Due To Possible ContaminationTysons Foods Inc is recalling around 39,000 pounds of Weaver brand frozen chicken patty product that may be possibly contaminated by foreign matter. 
Crying On The Job? You're Not Alone, With 8 In 10 Workers Shedding TearsMore than 8 in 10 workers admit to crying at work, with almost half of those saying they were driven to tears because of their bosses or colleagues, according to a new survey from career site Monster.com.
Taking 'Miracle' Solution As Cure For Autism Or Cancer Is The 'Same As Drinking Bleach', FDA SaysPeople should stop using the "Miracle" or "Master" mineral solution products sold online as cures for autism, cancer, HIV, hepatitis, flu, acne and a host of other illnesses and diseases, the US Food and Drug Administration warned Monday.
Franciscan Friars' 'Little Portion Farm' Restores Land While Providing Produce For Those In NeedA little farm in Ellicott City has an ambitious goal: to grow fresh, organic fruits and vegetables for the people of west Baltimore and do it in a way that will restore tired farmland.
Social Media Use May Harm Teens' Mental Health By Disrupting Positive Activities, Study SaysSocial media use has been linked to depression, especially in teenage girls. But a new study argues that the issue may be more complex than experts think.

CBS World News

Explosion reported at wedding hall in AfghanistanThere was no immediate information on the cause of the blast
Rescued baby dugong dies of shock with a stomach full of plastic"Her death will remind Thais and people all over the world not to dispose trash into the oceans," a Natural Resources and Environment Minister said
Thousands of veterans fear "burn pits" have exposed them to lethal diseaseAt some of military bases in Afghanistan, waste materials were disposed of in so-called "burn pits"
Iranian tanker to leave Gibraltar despite U.S. pressureThe ship was detained for over a month in Gibraltar for allegedly attempting to breach European Union sanctions on Syria
The Dish: Superstar Israeli chef Eyal Shani on his revolutionary approach to diningEyal Shani is a bona fide superstar chef in his native Israel, and a regular judge on the country's version of "MasterChef." He's turned his casual pita restaurant Miznon into a global phenomenon, with locations in Tel Aviv, Paris, Vienna, Melbourne and two in New York. In April, Shani opened up a second location of his high-end eatery HaSalon in New York, after the restaurant revolutionized the dining scene in Tel Aviv. Dana Jacobson reports.
How "burn pits" in Iraq and Afghanistan may have put veterans at riskOver 1.5 million American troops were deployed to Iraq and Afghanistan between 2001 and 2011. Many returned with visible scars of war -- but for some, their injury is hidden. At some of the military bases throughout those regions, waste materials were disposed of in giant so-called "burn pits," and breathing fumes from those fires appears to have damaged the health of countless veterans. Barry Petersen reports.