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Good morning. Here are some of the stories we're following today:

1. Bill Clinton defends foreign donations

Former President Bill Clinton told NBC News that he has no regrets about accepting millions of dollars in foreign cash for his foundation, despite the headache they have caused for his wife’s nascent presidential campaign. Read more in NEWS.

2. Gunmen attack 'Draw Muhammad' event

Police in Texas shot and killed two gunmen who opened fire outside a contest that offered a $10,000 prize for the best cartoon of the Prophet Muhammad. A school security guard was hit by the attackers. Read more in NEWS.

3. Carly Fiorina enters 2016 race

Carly Fiorina, the former CEO of Hewlett-Packard, is the latest Republican to enter the 2016 presidential campaign. She announced it with a video and directly criticized Hillary Rodham Clinton. Read more in NEWS.

4. Smith College will accept transgender students this fall

Smith College, the women’s school, this fall will begin accepting transgender students who identify as women. The school says it affirms an “unwavering mission and identity as a women’s college.” Read more in NEWS.

5. Why Britain's upcoming election matters

Polls suggest Britain is heading for its closest general election in nearly a quarter-century — with no clear winner in sight for a country facing a huge deficit, a constitutional crisis and heated debate over immigration. Read more in NEWS.

6. The guessing game is on in Britain

Charlotte? Alice? Britain’s newborn princess has spent two nights at home in London’s Kensington Palace, but the guessing game continues over what her name will be. Read more in NEWS.