Hoffa remains: The search for Teamsters leader Jimmy Hoffa's remains continues Tuesday. Tony Zerilli said that Hoffa was buried beneath a concrete slab in a barn in a field in suburban Detroit in 1975. Digging on Monday turned up no sign of Hoffa.
Utah church shooting: The victim's son-in-law walked into Father's Day Catholic Mass in a Ogden, Utah, church, and shot him in front of 300 people. The church congregants helped the victim, and chased after the suspect.
NBA Finals: The Miami Head take on the San Antonio Spurs Sunday in Game Five of the NBA finals. With the best-of-seven series tied at 2-2, a loss would mean the Heat would need two straight wins at home to keep their crown as champions.
Chamique Holdsclaw, former WNBA player and Olympic gold medal winner, will serve probation, take anger management classes, pay a fine, and perform public service. Chamique Holdsclaw pleaded guilty yesterday.
Sarah Murnaghan: Her parents sued over national transplant rules that place children behind adults on the list for adult lungs. A judge ruled that Sarah Murnaghan and a boy be added to the adult transplant list.
US Open tee times: Phil Mickelson is tied for first at one under par going into Saturday's third round of the US Open golf tournament. Tiger Woods was tied for 13th at 3 over par. Michelson will tee off at 2:40 pm.
Republican Gabriel Gomez has made his experience as a Navy SEAL a cornerstone of his campaign for Senate against Democrat Edward Markey. But in Massachusetts, a state historically unfriendly toward Republicans, will Gomez's credentials translate to votes?
Chris Bosh and the Miami Heat will take on the San Antonio Spurs in Game 5 of the NBA Finals, expected to be the most pivotal game of the series. The series is tied at 2-2, after the Heat won Thursday.