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4 hurt in Pa. Army depot blast
July 19, 2018

4 hurt in Pa. Army depot blast

A small explosion Thursday in a vehicle shop at an Army depot injured four workers, leaving at least three with burns, officials said. Three victims were flown to Baltimore area hospitals and the fourth left in an ambulance. (July 19)
Nikki Haley blasts UN Human Rights Council
July 18, 2018

Nikki Haley blasts UN Human Rights Council

U.S. Ambassador to the United Nations sharply criticized the UN Human Rights Council on Wednesday, seeking to explain why the United States made the announcement that it would withdraw from the council on June 19th. (July 18)
Massive steam leak closes streets in NYC
July 19, 2018

Massive steam leak closes streets in NYC

The Fire Department of New York says a massive high-pressure steam leak has caused street closings in Manhattan's Flatiron District. (July 18)
Raw: Wildfires Burning In Oregon, California
July 19, 2018

Raw: Wildfires Burning In Oregon, California

A tractor operator was killed in a wildfire that scorched 70 square miles east of Portland, Oregon. Authorities say the person was likely trying to hold back flames. In California officials say a fire burned 120 acres northwest of Los Angeles. (July 19)
Thai boys play soccer at hospital with rescuers
July 19, 2018

Thai boys play soccer at hospital with rescuers

Authorities have released video showing the Thai youth football team and their coach, who were trapped in a flooded cave complex for more than a week, kicking soccer balls with their rescuers before leaving the hospital on Wednesday. (July 19)
Suspected Russian Agent Remains in Custody
July 18, 2018

Suspected Russian Agent Remains in Custody

Suspected Russian agent Maria Butina is being held in custody, facing charges of acting as an unregistered agent in the U.S. at the direction of the Kremlin official. Associated Press reporter Chad Day explains why Butina's case is significant. (July 18)
Wray: Russia Trying to Sow Discord in US
July 18, 2018

Wray: Russia Trying to Sow Discord in US

FBI Director Christopher Wray says Russia is trying to influence opinions and sow discord and divisiveness in the U.S. Wray spoke at the opening event of the Aspen Security Forum in Colorado. (July 19)
Jeff Bezos' Blue Origin Launches Rocket
July 18, 2018

Jeff Bezos' Blue Origin Launches Rocket

Jeff Bezos' Blue Origin rocket company shot a capsule higher into space Wednesday than it's ever done before. The New Shepard rocket blasted off from West Texas on the company's latest test flight. (July 18)
Sanders says Trump thinks Russia would target US
July 18, 2018

Sanders says Trump thinks Russia would target US

The White House says President Donald Trump believes Russia would target U.S. elections again, saying the "threat still exists." That comes hours after Trump appeared to deny Russia was still targeting the United States. (July 18)
Trump threatens EU with tariffs on vehicles
July 18, 2018

Trump threatens EU with tariffs on vehicles

During a cabinet meeting at the White House, President Donald Trump brought up possible tariffs on imported vehicles as he spoke about trade negotiations with the European Union next week in Washington. (July 18)
EU fines Google $5 billion over mobile practices
July 18, 2018

EU fines Google $5 billion over mobile practices

European regulators came down hard on another U.S. tech giant Wednesday, fining Google a record $5 billion for forcing cellphone makers that use the company's Android operating system to install Google search and browser apps.The European Union said Google's practices restrict competition and reduce choices for consumers. (July 18)
Rare white lion cub debuts at Texas Zoo
July 18, 2018

Rare white lion cub debuts at Texas Zoo

A rare 7-week-old white lion cub is on public display at an animal sanctuary in northeastern Texas. Luna, a white African lioness, made her debut last week at the Tiger Creek Animal Sanctuary in Tyler. (July 18)
Mass. Storms Cause Floods, Power Outages
July 18, 2018

Mass. Storms Cause Floods, Power Outages

Thunderstorms caused flights to be delayed and knocked out power in some parts of Massachusetts. Warnings were in effect on Tuesday in parts of Springfield, Clinton, Boston, Northborough and Worcester. (July 18)
Former Critic Wins Runoff, Credits Trump
July 18, 2018

Former Critic Wins Runoff, Credits Trump

US Rep. Martha Roby of Alabama thanked President Trump for endorsing her after she won a Republican runoff for her house seat. Roby angered Republicans in 2016 when she said Trump's comments about women made him an unacceptable candidate. (July 18)
Raw: Oregon, Washington Fires Force Evacuations
July 18, 2018

Raw: Oregon, Washington Fires Force Evacuations

Dozens of residents near The Dalles, Oregon were told to evacuate from a fast-moving grass fire on Tuesday. At least two structures appeared to be burning. In Spokane, Washington, a wildfire prompted evacuation notices for more than 700 homes. (July 18)