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10 Things to Know for Today

Among 10 Things to Know: Trump revisits Charlottesville comments in angry speech in Phoenix; US Navy dismisses 7th Fleet commander after warship accidents; ESPN broadcaster Robert Lee taken off University of Virginia football game because of his name

Secret hearings held in ex-Oklahoma City cop's…

The high-profile case of a former Oklahoma police officer convicted of raping women while on duty focused the public's attention on the problem of sexual misconduct on the force, but his appeal concerning DNA evidence is playing out in secret.

Groups make last-minute push to save national…

Conservation groups are airing TV ads and creating parody websites in a last-minute blitz to stop Interior Secretary Ryan Zinke from downsizing or eliminating national monument areas that cover large swaths of land and water in the nation

US Navy dismisses 7th Fleet commander after…

Navy officials say they 'no longer have confidence' in Vice Admiral Joseph P. Aucoin's ability to command

Kurtz: The Evolution of a President

'MediaBuzz' host Howard Kurtz weighs in on President Trump's Afghanistan speech

The Latest: France, Spain ministers remember…

The interior ministers of France and Spain have held a minute of silence for the victims of the Spain attacks at the start of a meeting at the French gendarmerie headquarters outside Paris

Parents arrested after teacher smells pot on boy's backpack

A student's backpack that smelled like marijuana led police in Florida to his house, where they found a small grow house run by his parents

Nintendo's SNES Classic fail

We thought we'd be preordering an SNES Classic. That didn't happen.

Trump 'edits' Charlottesville response

The US president recounts his response to the Charlottesville violence, but misses out a key part.

The New York Times - Searching for Wives

From The New York Times: Is a single photograph enough to find your soulmate?By: By ZUKI JUNO TOBGYE. Watch the original video on Times Video: https://nyti.ms/2vm1IQ2

Flashback: Trump Says He'd 'Negotiate Like Crazy…

In a 1999 interview on Meet the Press, Donald Trump described how he would handle North Korea if he was elected president.

Rare Baby White Koala Needs Help Finding a Name

A rare baby white koala needs help finding a name. Elizabeth Keatinge (@elizkeatinge) has more.

Uncounted Kansas ballots fuel fears about…

A conservative firebrand promoting President Donald Trump's unsubstantiated claims of widespread voter fraud oversees a Kansas election system that threw out at least three times as many ballots as similarly sized states did

Man in standoff at Florida airport sentenced to 10 months

A man who pointed a fake gun at police at a Florida airport, urging officers to kill him, has been sentenced to 10 months in jail

Wall Street rises on tax reform hopes

The three major indexes posted their best one-day percentage gains in over a week as tech and materials stocks led the rally. Fred Katayama reports.

Lowe's not catching the same tail wind Home Depot…

Lowe's 2Q profit leaves investors wanting and its outlook for the year sent some of them scurrying for the exits

Police laud mother, daughter who noticed child in hot van

A Connecticut police department is lauding a 7-year-old girl and her mother after they alerted first responders to a child that was left inside a hot car

Trump's Feud With McConnell Could Cost Some GOP…

The two men's relationship has deteriorated since Trump criticized McConnell over his failed repeal and replace effort.

Whole Foods shareholders to get their say on…

Whole Foods shareholders to get their say on Amazon's $13.7 billion takeover bid of the organic grocer

California dad to be sentenced in 5-year-old…

A California man who admitted killing his 5-year-old son amid a contentious custody battle is scheduled to be sentenced

Walmart dives into voice-activated shopping with…

Walmart dives into voice-activated shopping in partnership with Google

Report: Half of state's labor force holds…

A new report finds that half of all workers in Massachusetts held a bachelor's degree or higher in 2016, marking the first time any U.S. state has reached that threshold