Here's the latest news for Thursday, May 23: Obama sets new guidelines on drones; More arrests in suspected London terror attack; Young Okla. tornado victim remembered; Penguins are cool in Florida.
City officials from Moore, Oklahoma, showed reporters for the first time a close look at the destroyed Plaza Towers Elementary School, where seven students were killed in Monday's tornado. (May 23)
The murder of a British soldier on the streets of London appears to be the work of Islamic radicals. Police arrest two more suspects. British Prime Minister says the attack will "bring us together."
Get ready for another busy hurricane season, maybe unusually wild, federal forecasters say. Their prediction calls for 13 to 20 named Atlantic storms, 7 to 11 that strengthen into hurricanes and 3 to 6 that become major hurricanes. (May 23)
Carol Clayton of Takoma Park, Maryland is the mother of a 14-year-old Boy Scout. She says the Boys Scouts of America should allow gay scouts and leaders. (May 23)
On Friday, SeaWorld Orlando opens its "Antarctica _ Empire of the Penguin" attraction. With a ride, restaurants and 250 live penguins, it's the largest expansion in the park's history. (May 23)
President Barack Obama announced a renewed push to close the Guantanamo Bay detention center in Cuba, including lifting a moratorium on prisoner transfers to Yemen. (May 23)
In a wide-ranging national security speech, President Barack Obama was interrupted several times by a woman urging the immediate closing of the Guantanamo Bay detention camp. (May 23)
Declaring America at a "crossroads" in the fight against terrorism, President Barack Obama on Thursday revealed clearer guidelines for the use of deadly drone strikes. (May 23)
A German auctioneer is selling one of Apple, Inc.'s original 50 computers on Saturday. The Apple I computer is with a black and white monitor and original tape deck is expected to sell for upwards of $250,000. (May 23)