Four Cops Shot When Responding To Domestic Disturbance

US | Henry Rodgers
A police officer creates a cordon at the site of a derailed Amtrak train in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania May 13, 2015. Rescue workers searched through the debris on Wednesday for more victims of an Amtrak passenger train wreck in Philadelphia that killed six people and injured scores others as investigators sought to determine the cause of the derailment. Authorities said they did not know what caused the New York City-bound train carrying 243 people to derail at about 9:30 p.m. EDT Tuesday (0130 GMT Wednesday). The accident left rail cars mangled, ripped open and strewn upside down in the city's Port Richmond neighborhood along the Delaware River. REUTERS/Mike Segar - GF10000093215

‘Worst-case scenario’

Northern England on flood watch after heavy rainfall - The Guardian

World | Laura Donovan

Following bursts of torrential rain, northern England remains on flood alert

TheDC Morning: Washington's Funniest Celebrity tries new routine on 'This Week' - TheDC

| Mike Riggs

Read TheDC Morning: An unvarnished e-mail summary of what’s really happening in political news

Gov.-elect Cuomo opposes 9/11 trial in New York - AP

US | admin

Cuomo had refrained from weighing in on the issue during the governor’s race

NY Democrat assemblyman imitates cerebral palsy during debate [VIDEO] - TheDC

Politics | Vince Coglianese

Democrat Bob Reilly sought to tug the heartstrings of the electorate with a touching anecdote

TheDC Interview: Republican New York congressional candidate Michael Grimm - TheDC

Politics | Ashley Killough

New York Republican Michael Grimm, former Gulf War Marine and FBI undercover agent, is running for Congress

Rent is Too Damn High Party's karate-expert candidate [VIDEO] - TheDC

Politics | Vince Coglianese

Jimmy McMillan elicited applause from the debate’s audience at Monday night’s NY gubernatorial candidate’s forum

Minka Kelly: My stripper mom was the best - People

Entertainment | Julia McClatchy (admin)

Traumatized? Hardly. Minka Kelly says she had the best days of her life when her mom kept strange hours with an unusual job

Can it get any worse for Fergie? - The Telegraph

Entertainment | interns

Sarah Ferguson has had her share of embarrassing moments, but being forced to let go of her entire staff due to her current financial crisis makes her humiliation complete

LeBron left Cleveland for lower taxes

Editorial | Jeremy Weltmer

While not every free agent can indulge in LeBron-style televised melodrama over where to sign, next year’s free agents have some choices to make, and the tax bite certainly should factor into those decisions

Sarah Ferguson to Oprah on Sting: I was drinking - ABC News

Entertainment | Julia McClatchy (admin)

‘I haven’t faced the devil in the face. Because I was in the gutter at that moment,’ she said, according to a transcript released by the show on Monday

The Duchess of dance [SLIDESHOW] - The Daily Caller

Entertainment | interns

After her most recent scandal, it appears that the Duchess of York wants to rebuild her name. This time, she wants to do it on the dance floor

Royally screwed - News of the World

Entertainment | Jeff Winkler (admin)

Duchess of York Sarah Ferguson plots to sell access to Prince Andrew

Cuomo running for governor - AP

Politics | admin

After months of playing coy, the former New York attorney general will seek the governor’s job once held by his father

Woman strangles lover, stages crime scene - WSOC TV

| Pat McMahon

North Carolina woman murders ex-mayor boyfriend by strangling him, hitting him on the head, and shooting at him

Weight Watchers newest spokesperson [SLIDESHOW] - The Daily Caller

Entertainment | Julia McClatchy (admin)

‘No one recognizes me anymore,’ she said. ‘I wanted to go in a different direction and find a better lifestyle…I feel like I’ve conquered the world’

Lessons in leadership via Shakespeare

Energy | Stephen Richer

President Obama is smart—very smart. He undoubtedly knows these characteristics of leadership, but their retelling in Henry V and Richard II could serve as a useful reminder