1. A cruise ship has capsized in China, with over 400 people missing in the the Yangtze River. Rescuers are still pulling survivors from the ship after it capsized Monday night on stormy waters with 458 people aboard. Read more here.
2. Federal safety regulators and Amtrak officials will face questions at a congressional hearing Tuesday on why the technology that could have prevented the deadly Philadelphia crash were not in place. There have been seven major freight and passenger train accidents this year. Read more here.
3. The FBI is operating a small air force that flies surveillance aircrafts over various U.S. cities. The Bureau says the flights are used for specific, ongoing investigations. Read more here.
4. Iraq's prime minister said Tuesday that his country's allies, like one key player Saudi Arabia, are not doing enough to assist in the fight against ISIS. The international coalition of Western and Middle Eastern countries are meeting in Paris. Read more here.
5. A staggering report came out this week that Transportation Security Administration agents, who will stop you from bringing your bottle of shampoo through security, may not be able to stop you from bringing explosives. The report revealed that the TSA agents failed 67 out of 70 tests. Read more here.
6. Caitlyn Jenner not only broke the Internet last night -- but also broke a Guinness Book of World Records for reaching 1 million twitter followers in just a few hours. Read more here.
Another Jenner world record, and at 65? Who'da thought! Humbled & honored to have reached 1M followers in 4 hrs. Thank you for your support.
— Caitlyn Jenner (@Caitlyn_Jenner) June 1, 2015