Blake Lively: Ryan Reynolds and I Are ‘Officially Breeders’

Actor Ryan Reynolds and Blake Lively arrive at a State Dinner in honor of Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau at the White House in Washington on March 10, 2016.  / AFP / CHRIS KLEPONIS        (Photo credit should read CHRIS KLEPONIS/AFP/Getty Images)

Actor Ryan Reynolds and Blake Lively arrive at a State Dinner in honor of Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau at the White House in Washington on March 10, 2016. / AFP / CHRIS KLEPONIS (Photo credit should read CHRIS KLEPONIS/AFP/Getty Images)

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Without Britain, EU Emissions Drop Not as Steep
New carbon pollution figures show the European Union may find it harder to meet its climate targets if British voters decide to leave the bloc in a referendum this week

Blake Lively: Ryan Reynolds and I Are ‘Officially Breeders’
Blake Lively is expecting her second child with husband Ryan Reynolds, but the 28-year-old actress says the couple is far from finished making babies

Egyptian Court Rejects Border Demarcation Pact With Saudi
An Egyptian court has rejected a demarcation border agreement between Egypt and Saudi Arabia under which Cairo would surrender control over two Red Sea islands to Riyadh

German Court Upholds ECB Bond Offer That Calmed Crisis
Germany’s constitutional court has rejected a challenge to a European Central Bank bond-purchase program credited with helping keep the euro currency union from breaking up in 2012

Kenya: 1 Killed as Ambulance Hits Land Mine in Northeast
Kenya: 1 killed as ambulance hits land mine in northeast; al-Shabab extremists suspected

Taliban Attack Buses in South Afghanistan, Abduct 60 People
Taliban insurgents attack several buses and cars in southern Helmand province, abduct around 60 people

Iraqi Commander: About 2,500 IS Militants Killed in Fallujah
A senior Iraqi military commander says about 2,500 Islamic State militants have been killed during a month-long offensive to recapture the city of Fallujah

Suspect with Cookie-Filled ‘Bomb Belt’ Arrested in Brussels
Officials said suspect has a history of psychiatric problems.

Boeing Says It Signs Sales Agreement With Iran Air
Boeing Co. has confirmed signing an agreement with Iran Air “expressing the airline’s intent” to buy its aircraft

Hillary Clinton Clobbers Donald Trump in Fundraising
Trump has $1.3 million in cash on hand, Clinton has $42 million.

China City Holds Dog-Meat Eating Festival Despite Protests
A city in southern China has gone ahead with an annual dog-meat eating festival despite criticism at home and abroad and protests from animal rights activists

UNICEF Demands Better Conditions for Refugee Kids in Germany
UNICEF is criticizing the living conditions of refugee children in Germany, saying they frequently lack proper medical care and school education for months

Olympic Chiefs Open Anti-Doping Summit in Wake of Russia Ban
Olympic leaders are meeting to consider further steps to crack down on doping ahead of the Rio de Janeiro Olympics in the wake of the ban on Russian track and field athletes from the games

Yemeni Officials Say Coalition Airstrike Kills 8 Civilians
Yemen security officials say an airstrike by the Saudi-led coalition has mistakenly killed eight civilians who were building a home in an area along the boundary between southern provinces of Lahj and Taiz

2nd Firefighter Dies Battling Huge Cyprus Forest Fire
A huge forest fire that continues to rage out of control in the mountains southwest of the capital Nicosia has claimed the life of a second firefighter who succumbed to injuries suffered when his truck overturned

The Few, the Proud, the Physically Fit
New physical standards created so women can compete for Marine combat posts have weeded many out

Stepfather Charged With Killing New Hampshire Girl in 2011
The stepfather of an 11-year-old New Hampshire girl found dead in a river in 2011 has been charged with her murder

Several Jordanian Troops Killed, Hurt in Car Bomb Attack
Jordan’s army says a car bomb has exploded on the border with Syria, killing and wounding several Jordanian border troops

Man Arrested in Brussels After Security Alert
Belgian authorities took a man into custody following a pre-dawn security alert at a major shopping center in downtown Brussels early Tuesday

New Fires Erupt in California as Heatwave Sears Southwest
New wildfires erupted Monday near Los Angeles and chased people from their suburban homes as an intense heatwave stretching from the West Coast to New Mexico blistered the region

Gauchos’ 5-3 Victory Brings Rare Early Exit for Miami at CWS
Pinch hitter Ryan Cumberland’s two-run single breaks a tie and Noah Davis and Kyle Nelson combine to hold down No. 3 national seed Miami’s offense in UC Santa Barbara’s 5-3 victory in a College World Series elimination game

APNewsBreak: Report Assails NYC Jail’s Sex Abuse Response
An internal report finds New York City’s Rikers Island jail has entrenched problems responding to sexual abuse complaints

Time May Run out in Case of Teen Charged in Friend’s Suicide
Time could be running out for Massachusetts prosecutors seeking to put a teenager on trial for sending her boyfriend dozens of text messages encouraging him to take his own life

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Led Zeppelin Lawyers Ask Judge to Toss ‘Stairway’ Case
Led Zeppelin’s lawyers asked a judge to throw out a case accusing the band’s songwriters of ripping off a riff for ‘Stairway to Heaven’

Trump’s Campaign Fundraising Falling Far Short of Clinton’s
By any measure, Donald Trump’s fundraising is falling far short of his Democratic rival, Hillary Clinton

Lindor, Uribe Homer to Lift Indians Over Rays
Francisco Lindor and Juan Uribe homered in the eighth inning and the Cleveland Indians beat the Tampa Bay Rays 7-4

Locke, Kratz Help Pirates End Giants’ 8-Game Winning Streak
Jeff Locke followed consecutive horrible starts with 6 2/3 scoreless innings, Erik Kratz hit his first home run since 2014 and the Pittsburgh Pirates beat San Francisco 1-0, ending the Giants’ eight-game winning streak

NYC Naturalization Ceremony Held to Mark World Refugee Day
A special naturalization ceremony has been held in New York’s Central Park in honor of World Refugee Day

Judge Dismisses Defamation Suit Targeting Maine Activist
A federal judge has dismissed a defamation suit against a Maine activist who publicized sexual abuse accusations against a Haiti orphanage founder, nearly a year after a jury awarded more than $14 million in damages

Hillary Clinton’s VP Search Moves Into More Intense Phase
Hillary Clinton’s search for a running mate is moving into a more intense phase, as aides contact a pared-down pool of candidates to ask for reams of personal information and set up interviews with the presumptive Democratic nominee’s vetting team

Extreme Heatwave Grips Southwest on 1st Day of Summer
A severe heatwave ushered in the first day of summer in the broiling Southwest on Monday

What Trump Firing Corey Lewandowski May Mean for the Campaign
Lewandowski, who had a controversial run-in with a reporter, was fired.

Teen Who Tried to Grab Cop’s Gun Wanted to ‘Kill Trump’
Michael Sandford allegedly approached the cop saying he wanted autograph.

4 Senate Gun Measures Fail After Orlando Shooting
Four bills up for a vote have failed before, and few expect different results now.

Photos: This Week in Pictures: Top Photos from Around the Globe
Find this week’s top photos from around the globe in ABC News’ This Week in Pictures slideshow

Airline Passenger Accused of Groping Teen to Stay in Jail
An airline passenger accused of groping a 13-year-old during a flight from Dallas to Portland will remain in jail for now

Authorities Mull Punishment for Parents Who Fled With Child
Authorities say two North Carolina parents violated a court order by fleeing to Montana with a child who was supposed to be under state supervision

Senate Halts GOP Bill to Delay Gun Sales to Suspected Terrorists for 72 Hours, Seek Court OK
Senate halts GOP bill to delay gun sales to suspected terrorists for 72 hours, seek court OK

Paint-Covered Horse Adopted by Jon Stewart and Wife Dies
A horse adopted by Jon Stewart and his wife after it was found seemingly abandoned at an auction stable in Pennsylvania has died at their New Jersey farm

Broadway Stars Sing for Victims of Orlando Shooting
The Broadway community recorded a song honoring Orlando victims.

Ticketmaster to Give Away Free Tickets: How to Check If You’re Eligible
Ticketmaster is offering millions of customers free tickets to certain events or discounts as part of a class action settlement.

Teen Gets Heart Transplant Day After Spending Prom at Hospital
Isabella Anderson got news of a new heart after spending prom in the ICU.

Man at Vegas Rally Allegedly Said He Wanted to Kill Trump
The Secret Service says a man arrested at a Donald Trump rally in Las Vegas over the weekend told authorities he tried to grab an officer’s gun so he could kill the candidate

FBI Director Warns Bureau to Brace For ‘Second-Guessing’ After Orlando
After incidents like Orlando, Americans can look for a scapegoat, director said.

Cops in Maine Shoot, Kill Escaped Slaughterhouse-Bound Cow
Police in Maine shot and killed a slaughterhouse-bound cow that escaped from a trailer and ran into traffic

Saudi Unit of Auditor Deloitte Penalized by Market Regulator
Saudi Arabia’s Capital Market Authority has suspended the local unit of New York-based auditing giant Deloitte from offering its auditing services to the kingdom’s listed companies for two years

Judge Dismisses Lawsuit Over Louisville Confederate Monument
A judge in Louisville has given the city the go-ahead to remove an 1895 Confederate monument by dismissing a lawsuit that sought to keep it at its original site

Prosecutor: St. Louis Cop Acted in Self-Defense in Shooting
A prosecutor has determined that a St. Louis police officer acted in self-defense in the fatal shooting of a robbery suspect in January

Bahrain Strips Nationality From Top Shiite Cleric
Bahrain’s government has stripped the country’s leading Shiite cleric of his nationality in a move that brought thousands of protesters into the streets and threatened to ignite sectarian tensions across the region

Latest Polls Show Close Race on Brexit Vote
Polls show the ‘remain’ and ‘leave’ campaigns in dead heat.

Iraqi Counterterrorism Forces Push Deeper Into Fallujah
Thousands of people have fled since the operation began.

Trial Concludes for Van Driver Charged in the Death of Freddie Gray
The judge will render his verdict on Thursday morning.

Ryan Calls on WH to Release Complete Orlando 911 Transcript
“Selectively editing this transcript is preposterous,” Ryan said in a statement.

SUV That Rolled, Killed ‘Star Trek’ Actor Is Under Recall
Government records show the vehicle that killed “Star Trek” actor Anton Yelchin was being recalled because the gear shifters have confused drivers, causing the vehicles to roll away unexpectedly

SCOTUS Won’t Hear Challenge to CT Assault Weapons Ban
A lower court’s ruling will stand.

Sandy Hook Families’ Lawsuit Challenged by Gun Manufacturer
Manufacturer of assault rifle used in shooting asked a judge to strike lawsuit.

Photos: Those Who Fight Against ISIS
A look at Peshmerga soldiers fighting against ISIS to retake their land.

The Latest: Southern California to See Peak of Heat Wave
Southern California is in for another day of dangerously high temperatures resulting from high pressure over the Four Corners region of the Southwest

The Latest: SUV That Rolled, Killed Actor Was Under Recall
A Los Angeles coroner’s official says the death of “Star Trek” actor Anton Yelchin has been ruled an accident

High-Ranking NYC Police Officials Charged in Corruption Case
Authorities say they’ve arrested four people in connection with New York City’s ongoing corruption probe, including a police commander accused of accepting gifts that included time with a prostitute

Senate to Vote on Gun Control, Prospects Dim for Change
Democrats get their long-sought votes on gun control a week after the massacre in Orlando, Florida, but election-year politics and the powerful National Rifle Association dim any prospects for change

The Latest: Rowling Sees Monsters Conjured in EU Debate
Harry Potter creator J.K. Rowling says she knows something about creating fictional monsters and villains _ and sees both sides in the British campaign on European Union membership conjuring “monsters calculated to stir up our deepest fears.”

Cavs Stop for Vegas Party on Way Home to Cleveland
The NBA champion Cleveland Cavaliers celebrated their victory Vegas-style on their way back home

Celebs Congratulate Cavaliers for Winning NBA Finals
Drew Carey and Jay Z tweeted their excitement.

Iggy Azalea and Nick Young Call It Quits
Together since 2013, the couple announced their engagement last June.

‘Game of Thrones’ Battle Ends in Epic Fashion
The epic showdown between Jon Snow and Ramsay Bolton finally arrived, with the fate of Winterfell hanging in the balance.

Millions Eligible for Free Tickets Through Ticketmaster
If you bought a ticket through Ticketmaster between late 1999 and early 2013, you could be eligible for free tickets to a number of events

Solar Impulse Leaves New York for Historic Atlantic Crossing
A look at what awaits Bertrand Piccard as he flies Solar Impulse across the Atlantic Ocean.

NASCAR Driver Mike Wallace Attacked After Charlotte Concert
NASCAR driver Mike Wallace says he and his daughter were attacked after a Rascal Flatts concert in North Carolina

Small Plane Crash-Lands on Top of Houston Warehouse
The pilot suffered minor injuries, according to the Houston Police Department.

Tributes Pour in for Murdered British Politician
Jo Cox, 41, died after being shot and stabbed after meeting with constituents.

Texas Officer, 11-Year-Old Die in Crash During Police Chase
A Houston-area police officer and an 11-year-old boy are dead after the officer’s patrol car collided with an SUV as he chased a suspected drunken driver

Biden to Hit Trump’s Policies, Rhetoric in Monday Speech
Vice President Biden is set to hit Trump’s policies and rhetoric in a speech Monday afternoon.

Senate to Vote on Gun Measures That Previously Failed
Four bills up for a vote have failed before, and few expect different results now.

Second South Carolina Twin Dies After Falling Into Pool
A second 3-year-old South Carolina boy has died after he and his twin brother fell into a swimming pool near Easley

State: Baltimore Officer Caused Freddie Gray’s Broken Neck
Prosecutors have tried to persuade a Baltimore judge to convict the driver of a police wagon in which the neck of 25-year-old black arrestee Freddie Gray was broken on the way to a police station

Supreme Court Leaves State Assault Weapons Bans in Place
The Supreme Court has rejected challenges to assault weapons bans in Connecticut and New York, in the aftermath of the shooting attack on a gay nightclub in Orlando, Florida, that left 50 people dead

Transcript: Orlando Shooter’s Call With Police Dispatcher
Authorities released the transcript today.

Feds Release Excerpts of Orlando Shooter’s Calls With Police
Mateen identified himself as an Islamic soldier in the calls.

It’s Official: LA Times Owner Tribune Changes Name to Tronc
Don’t call it Tribune anymore: The newspaper company has officially changed its name to Tronc

German Prosecutors Open Investigation of Former VW CEO
German prosecutors say they’ve opened an investigation of former Volkswagen CEO Martin Winterkorn on allegations of market manipulation in connection with the company’s scandal over cars rigged to cheat on U.S. diesel emissions tests

LeBron Ends the Debate, No One Can Deny His Greatness Now
LeBron James has left no doubt: He’s the best player in the world, and now he’s playing with house money after making Cleveland a champion

The Latest: French Have Made 557 Arrests So Far at Euro 2016
France’s interior minister says 557 “violent supporters” have been arrested so far at the European Championship, and 344 of them were held by police

Supreme Court Takes up Dispute Over Immigrant Detention
The Supreme Court will decide whether some immigrants locked up longer than six months during deportation proceedings should have a chance to be released

Supreme Court Rejects Appeal From Illinois Smokers
The Supreme Court has rejected an appeal from Illinois smokers who sought reinstatement of a $10.1 billion class-action judgment in a long-running lawsuit against Philip Morris

Mass Protest Latest Sign of Opposition to US Military Presence on Okinawa
The protest sparked by a US contractor’s alleged rape and murder of local woman is latest sign of opposition to US military presence on the island

Orlando Strong: Thousands Gather at Vigil One Week After Attack
An estimated 50,000 people attended the vigil.

4 Dead as Southwest Experiences Record-Breaking Temps
The mercury will hit 120 degrees in some counties today.

Three Top NYPD Officials and de Blasio Fundraiser Arrested by FBI
The arrests are linked to the alleged exchange of lavish gifts for favors.

Feds to Release Excerpts of Orlando Shooter’s Calls With Police
Some transcripts and other new details will be released this morning.

Trump Contradicts Previous Stance on Guns at Pulse Nightclub
Trump said Friday it would have been a “beautiful sight” if someone had a gun.

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AP Top Entertainment News at 6:28 a.m. EDT

APNewsBreak: UN Says Israel to Ratify Nuke Test Ban Treaty
APNewsBreak: A senior U.N. official says that Israel’s prime minister has said his country is prepared to ratify a treaty banning nuclear tests, a move that would be significant for Mideast peace

Turkish President Condemns Attack on Radiohead Event
Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan condemns Friday’s attack on a Radiohead listening event at a record store in central Istanbul, faulting both sides

Belgian and French Lawmakers Join Forces in Attack Inquiries
Belgian lawmakers are joining forces with their French counterparts in examining the Islamic State cell that carried out deadly attacks in both Brussels and Paris

Decade After Housing Peaked: Owners Richer, Renters Hurting
A decade after US housing market peaked, renters are struggling while homeowners have gained

Chinese Shadow US Aircraft Carrier on South China Sea Patrol
The U.S. says at least one Chinese ship tailed the USS John C. Stennis daily during its recent cruise through the South China Sea, although no hostile incidents were reported

Trial to Open in 2012 Offshore Fire, Explosion That Killed 3
A trial is set to open in New Orleans dealing with deaths, injuries and damages from an explosion and fire on an oil platform off Louisiana’s coast

10 Years After Housing Bubble, Damage Lingers for Minorities
10 years after the US housing bubble peaked, the damage lingers for minorities

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