MINNEAPOLIS (WCCO) — From the investigation into Turkey’s airport bombing to the United Kingdom’s prime minister vote, here are the four stories to know for Thursday, June 30.

Turkey Attack

Authorities in Turkey are reviewing video and interviewing witnesses to determine what led to Tuesday’s terror attack at Istanbul’s main airport.

Turkish investigators say the three suicide bombers arrived together in a taxi…before detonating themselves in separate locations.

Turkish and U.S. officials believe ISIS is to blame…but so far no group has claimed responsibility.

The death toll now stands at 42.

UK’s PM Vote

A race is officially underway in the UK over who will replace Prime Minister David Cameron.

Former London Mayor Boris Johnson is among those vying for the position after successfully leading the campaign that led to the country’s exit from the EU.

Cameron announced his resignation last week after British voters decided to leave the 28-nation bloc.

Broadway Live Stream

It’s a first for Broadway.

On Thursday night, online theater streaming service Broadway HD plans to livestream “She Loves Me” — marking the first time a Broadway show has been aired live.

The company hopes to become the Netflix of “The Great White Way.” It will cost you $9.99 to watch.

Broadway HD will make it available for a week after the live stream — if you happen to miss it.

Crystal Pepsi

Remember Crystal Pepsi? Well, good news: the drink is making a comeback.

The company says it’s had an “overwhelming fan demand.”

Crystal Pepsi is a clear soda that was around for a brief time in the 90’s — and developed a cult-like following.

It will hit store shelves for a limited time this summer.

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