The baby gorilla, who has yet to be named as of Wednesday afternoon, is now under the care of veterinarian Dr. Jennifer D’Agostino and the zoo caregivers after the mother failed to make a maternal bond with her in the first 24 hours. The team is working with the Gorilla Species Survival Plan to determine when the baby will be returned to a gorilla group or if she will be placed with a surrogate mother.
- At least 10 people have died in a suicide bombing attack on Istanbul's international airport, a Turkish minister said.
- Speaking on Tuesday, German leader Angela Merkel said the UK can't expect to keep privileges once it leaves the EU.
- House Republicans have released an 800-page report on the 2012 Benghazi attacks that killed 4 Americans.