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5 saved from capsized boat off N. Carolina
July 24, 2017

5 saved from capsized boat off N. Carolina

The US Coast Guard says it rescued five people from a capsized boat in the Atlantic Ocean on Sunday, eight miles south of Topsail Island, North Carolina. A 29-foot response boat brought the people on board. (July 23)
Police discover deadly immigrant smuggling case
July 23, 2017

Police discover deadly immigrant smuggling case

Officials called to a Walmart parking lot in San Antonio overnight found several people dead and at least 20 others in dire condition in the back of a sweltering tractor-trailer, in what police are calling a horrific case of immigrant smuggling. (July 23)
Jordanian dead, Israeli hurt at Israeli embassy
July 23, 2017

Jordanian dead, Israeli hurt at Israeli embassy

A Jordanian man was shot to death and an Israeli man was wounded in a violent incident at the Israeli embassy in Amman on Sunday evening, a security official and a news site linked to Jordan's military reported.(July 23)
Fire rips through building under construction
July 23, 2017

Fire rips through building under construction

Fire officials say a blaze with "multiple explosions" tore through an apartment complex under construction in Waltham, Massachusetts. Authorities says the complex's five buildings collapsed in the early Sunday fire. No injuries were reported. (July 23)
Today in history for July 23rd
July 22, 2017

Today in history for July 23rd

Highlights of this day in history: Race rioting hits Detroit; Former President Ulysses S. Grant dies; Britain's Prince Andrew marries 'Fergie'; Vanessa Williams gives up Miss America crown; Golfer Tiger Woods wins career grand slam. (July 23)
Possible probe into NYC seaplane hard landing
July 22, 2017

Possible probe into NYC seaplane hard landing

The National Transportation Safety Board says it's determining whether to investigate a seaplane mishap on New York's East River.The plane made a hard landing in the river on Friday evening with 10 people aboard. No injuries were reported. (July 22)
Trump says 100K-ton USS Ford is message to the world
July 22, 2017

Trump says 100K-ton USS Ford is message to the world

President Donald Trump is calling a new state-of-the art aircraft carrier "A 100,000-ton message to the world" of American military might. Trump spoke Saturday during the commissioning ceremony for the USS Gerald R. Ford in Norfolk, Virginia. (July 22)
Legendary AP reporter Linda Deutsch on OJ parole
July 22, 2017

Legendary AP reporter Linda Deutsch on OJ parole

Former AP special correspondent Linda Deutsch, hailed as a legend for her work during the OJ Simpson double-murder trial in the 90's, spoke with the AP on Friday about what she expects from Simpson once he gets released from prison in October. (July 21)
Today in history for July 22nd
July 22, 2017

Today in history for July 22nd

Highlights of this day in history: Wiley Post completes first solo flight around the world; Robber John Dillinger shot dead; Saddam Hussein's sons killed in Iraq; The September 11th Commission releases its report; Birth of the Frisbee. (July 22)
Fight rages at Kentucky's last abortion clinic
July 21, 2017

Fight rages at Kentucky's last abortion clinic

Kentucky could become the first state in the nation without an abortion clinic, and hundreds of anti-abortion protesters are expected to demonstrate outside the Louisville clinic for a week starting Saturday. (July 21)
Sessions singles out Philly as sanctuary city
July 21, 2017

Sessions singles out Philly as sanctuary city

Attorney General Jeff Sessions spoke in Philadelphia on Friday, urging the city to reconsider its immigration policies. (July 21)
Thousands without power in NY after tornadoes
July 21, 2017

Thousands without power in NY after tornadoes

Power is still out for about 3,000 utility customers in a section of western New York where two tornadoes touched down just a few miles apart. (July 21)
 Violent clashes in Jerusalem, West Bank
July 21, 2017

Violent clashes in Jerusalem, West Bank

An escalating dispute over metal detectors at a contested Jerusalem shrine turned violent on Friday, setting off widespread clashes between Palestinian stone-throwers and Israeli troops. (July 21)
Chief: Woman's death shouldn't have happened
July 20, 2017

Chief: Woman's death shouldn't have happened

The Minneapolis police chief said Thursday that the fatal shooting of an Australian woman last weekend by a police officer "should not have happened." She also said officers should have had their body cameras recording. (July 20)
 Over 3,000 firefighters battle Calif. blaze
July 21, 2017

Over 3,000 firefighters battle Calif. blaze

More than 3,000 firefighters are battling the blaze that has forced almost 5,000 people from homes near Yosemite National Park in Central California. The fire has burned more than 100 square miles and was 10% contained on Thursday. (July 21)