As I get ready to embark on my latest vacation, here are some things in the news:
From USA Today, former Texas Governor Rick Perry (R) officially launches his campaign for the presidency. He had previously run for the GOP nomination in 2012.
From The New York Times, Rick Perry's close relationship with retired Navy SEAL Marcus Luttrell, the author of Lone Survivor.
From Yahoo News, the Office of Personnel Management has been hacked, resulting in a "massive data breach".
From the Daily Mail, the charity run by presidential candidate Hillary Clinton (D) took between 1 million and 10 million dollars from a church in Cameroon that likened homosexuals to "devils".
From Fox News Insider, Gretchen Carlson provides an excerpt from her book Getting Real, in which she recalls being fired a week after getting married.
From Fox News, a drug called "Viagra for women", after being twice rejected by the FDA, still faces concern.
From Inside The ACC, Georgia Tech and Boston College will open this fall's NCAA football season in Ireland.
From ARRA News Service, under Obamacare, health care costs are rising for families, taxpayers and employers.
From NBC Chicago, a Chicago man is accused of chewing through a seat belt in a police car.
From Natural News, intravenously supplied vitamin C has been shown to eradicate cancer cells.
From the New York Post, the man who was convicted of killing Washington intern Chandra Levy after she disappeared in 2001 has been granted a new trial.
From Breitbart's Big Government, researchers from Harvard and Syracuse appear to have falsely claimed that their study was conducted independently.
From Military News, the Naval District Washington honors the anniversary of the Battle of Midway.
From National Review, the left comes out against over-the-counter birth control.
From American Thinker, President Obama has admitted that enforcing climate change regulation is part of the Trans-Pacific Partnership that he is currently negotiating.
And from Epoch Times, NASA's Jet Propulsion Lab unveils the RoboSimian.