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Turkey's prime minister says all signs point to an ISIS attack.Three suicide bombers blew themselves up outside the terminal at Ataturk Airport in Istanbul, Turkey, killing 36 people and injuring 147 according to Turkish officials.  Turkey's President... noting the attack comes during Ramadan... said in a statement "terrorism strikes with no regard for faith and values."  Istanbul Ataturk Airport has re-opened following the attacks earlier on Tuesday.

Major US airports, including San Francisco, Atlanta and the three New York City area airports, have signaled they're beefing up security after the Istanbul airport attack. Senior US official to ABC News the US has cleared air traffic from the US to Istanbul to resume.

Dubbed the Three Amigos summit, President Obama, Canada's Prime Minister Justin Trudeau and Mexico's President Enrique Peña Nieto meet in Ottawa for the North American Leaders Summit...They'll talk energy policy, security and trade, and later hold a trilateral news conference. President Obama will later address Canada's Parliament.

- Thousands of protesters gathered in London Tuesday to voice their support of the United Kingdom staying in the European Union, despite Friday's unprecedented referendum voting for an exit. An event in Trafalgar Square, titled "Stand Together," had been canceled due to the extraordinary number of people who wished to attend. Protesters also gathered outside the House of Parliament to show solidarity with the European Union.
- U.S. markets rebounded Tuesday following a two day massive sell-off over Britain's uncertainty.  The Dow Jones rose 269 points and the Nasdaq was up 97 points.

No winner's for last night's 390 Mega Million jackpot. The fourth-largest Mega Millions jackpot ever -- was on the line for Tuesday night's drawing.

VOTE 2016
--Speaking at a campaign event in St. Clairsville, Ohio, GOP candidate Donald Trump began his remarks by addressing the attack. "There is something going on that’s really, really bad,” Trump said. “Alright, it’s bad. And we better get smart. And we better get tough. Or we are not going to have much of a country left.” In a statement, Democratic candidate Hillary Clinton declared that “all Americans stand united with the people of Turkey against this campaign of hatred and violence.” “We must deepen our cooperation with our allies and partners in the Middle East and Europe to take on this threat,” Clinton said in the statement.
--Hillary Clinton says it's time to move on following Tuesday's House Republican report on the Benghazi terror attack.  Donald Trump tweets: Benghazi is just another Hillary Clinton failure.
--Trump and Clinton will be at opposite ends of the country...Trump campaigning in Bangor, Maine.. Clinton in San Francisco.

A Mexican judge temporarily blocks the extradition of drug lord Joaquin "El Chapo" Guzman from heading to the U.S to face drug trafficking and homicide charges.

More trouble for Baylor University in Texas, where the mishandling of sexual assault allegations led to the demotion of President and Chancellor Ken Starr ad the firing of head football coach Art Briles. Three more women join a federal lawsuit against Baylor, accusing the school of doing nothing to help them after they reported being sexually assaulted on or near campus.

The House Select Committee's two-year investigation on Benghazi blames the Obama administration for security lapses that led to the deaths of four Americans.  The Republican report concluded that Clinton and other top State Department officials should have known that the Benghazi compound was not safe but there was no new evidence of any wrongdoing by the then Secretary of State.

The group Safe Kids Worldwide... has warnings for parents who think they know how to keep their kids safe around the pool or the surf.