Here's the latest news for Thursday, June 7: U.N. monitors shot at in Syria; Romney out raises Obama in May; Texting while
driving among teens; Sharapova advances in Paris.
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This is A-P News Minute.U.N. Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon says U.N. monitors were shot at trying to get to the scene of the latest Syrian massacre.The action and further killings there have led world leaders to step up the rhetoric against President Basher Assad's regime.Republican Mitt Romney's campaign says together with the GOP it raised more than $76 million in May for his presidential bid.It's the first month that the former Massachusetts governor has collected more money than President Barack Obama.Health officials say more than half of high school seniors admit they text or email while driving.An anonymous national survey done last year found that 58 percent of high school seniors said they had done so while behind the wheel. Maria Sharapova is one win away from completing tenis' career grand slam.She advanced to the French Open finals today where she will face Sara Errani (eh-RAH'-nee) who is playing for her first major title.___ ___, The Associated Press with AP News Minute.