Top 5 On the Go: Tuesday June 30

Whether you're on your way home from work or just relaxing on the couch, here are the top five stories you need to know about right now -- listen in!

1. Greece becomes first developed country to default on IMF loan
Greece has become the first developed country to default on its loan from the IMF. Despite last-minute requests for an extension from creditors, the official deadline passed on Tuesday to repay the 1.6 billion euros it owed.

2. ISIS beheads two female civilians for first time in Syria
A group monitoring the war in Syria said ISIS beheaded two civilian women for the first time. They were decapitated along with their husbands after being accused of sorcery.

3. Tunisia gunman's past raises fears of future massacres
The student who massacred tourists in a Tunisian seaside resort last week trained in a jihadi camp in Libya at the same time as the two men who attacked a leading museum in March.

4. Jeb releases 33 years of tax docs for transparency
Presidential contender Jeb Bush released 33 years of tax documents today in a move that'll likely pressure other candidates to be more transparent about their finances as well.

5. Cuba, US to reveal major deal amid reconciliation
The president is expected to announce tomorrow that the U.S. and Cuba have finalized an agreement to reopen embassies in each other's capitals.

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