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The Latest: Forecasters counting tornadoes in…

Forecasters are trying to determine how many tornadoes touched down in Alabama as remnants of Tropical Storm Cindy moved north from the Gulf Coast

At pride events, protests claim prejudice…

Gay pride marches in New York City, San Francisco and in between this weekend will have plenty of participants _ and also protests directed at them from other members of the LGBT community

Jurors set to return for 5th day in police…

Deliberations in the second trial of a white former University of Cincinnati police officer who shot an unarmed black motorist have gone on longer than in his first trial

Hero who fought back during London attack speaks…

Roy Larner provides an exclusive interview to 'Fox & Friends'

Faulty freezer blamed for London tower fire

Companies involved in buildings construction facing manslaughter charges

The Latest: Qatar Petroleum cuts back employee…

The Latest: Amid embargo on Doha by Saudi Arabia, other Gulf states, Qatar Petroleum cuts back employee trips abroad

Protester at Iowa Trump rally arrested, faces assault charge

Authorities say a protester was charged with assault after a fracas outside the Cedar Rapids, Iowa, rally for President Donald Trump

Some Uber workers want Kalanick back, Tesla in…

The biggest tech headlines for today include an alleged petition that aims to bring back Travis Kalanick as Uber's CEO and Facebook's new mission statement. Plus Tesla's in talks with music labels to possibly start its own streaming service.

Police: 'Fire started in fridge-freezer'

The Metropolitan Police added that insulation and cladding on the building had failed safety tests.

The New York Times - How North Korea Deals With…

From The New York Times: At least 16 Americans have been arrested in North Korea since 1996. Each situation is unique, but there are common threads when it comes to how and when they take Americans into custody.By: By BARBARA MARCOLINI, CHRIS CIRILLO and DAVID E. SANGER. Watch the original video on Times Video: https://nyti.ms/2tTYL90

Thousands Attend Funeral of Otto Warmbier, the…

Celebrating the life of an American college student who was detained in North Korea for over a year and died shortly after returning home in a coma, a packed crowd of mourners gathered Thursday.

Johnson: We went public with what we saw

Former Homeland Security Secretary Jeh Johnson discusses Russia's interference in the U.S. elections, how President Obama struggled to retaliate and why Trump must send Russia a message now.

Nancy Pelosi in trouble with the Democrats?

With the latest congressional loss in Georgia, some House Democrats are wondering if there should be a change in leadership.

Panel: When Politics Becomes Religion, Tribalism…

David Brooks, Amy Walter, Eugene Robinson and Danielle Pletka join the MTP Panel to discuss heated political rhetoric and the shooting on a Congressional baseball game practice.

New Skin Patch Plays Radio Powered By Sweat

A new skin patch has been developed that can play a radio for two days using body sweat and could possibly charge our phones. Jose Sepulveda(@josesepulvedatv) has more.

Ending guessing game, Trump admits there are no…

President Donald Trump says he "did not make" and doesn't have any recordings of his private conversations with James Comey, his fired FBI director

Woman accused in protest shooting released to halfway house

A federal judge in North Dakota is allowing a move from jail to a halfway house for a Denver woman accused of shooting at law officers during a protest against the Dakota Access oil pipeline

A year after Brexit: more questions than answers?

One year on from the Brexit vote, UK stocks continue to lag peers in Europe and elsewhere as a cloudy outlook for sterling dented appetite among foreign investors. Ivor Bennett reports on the prospects for Britain in the week Brexit negotiations began.

Norway to Brazil: Curb deforestation or we stop…

The Norwegian prime minister has warned Brazil's president to curb deforestation or Norway will reduce its financial contribution this year

Case dismissed against man accused of drawing blood

Authorities in Washington say they have dropped the case against a 43-year-old man accused of paying people to draw their blood and storing it in large quantities in an abandoned warehouse

Officials Confirm Some Russian Hacking…

Officials confirmed Russia targeted 21 states' election information. A day later, a new report said they may have been more successful than we knew.

Toshiba gets earnings report extension, faces…

Money-losing Japanese electronics and nuclear company Toshiba Corp. has until Aug. 10 to get auditors to sign off on its earnings statements, or else it faces the risk of getting delisted

FBI: Search for visiting Chinese scholar is…

The FBI says the search for a visiting Chinese scholar missing from the University of Illinois is a priority nationally for the agency