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Ten new cases of Zika found in Miami; 16 people die in balloon crash in Texas.
Deadly bus crash in Fresno, Ca; "Star Trek" actor Anton Yelchin's parents file suit against Fiat-Chrysler over his death.
Washington, D.C. police officer charged with helping ISIS; 20-year-old arrested in double teen homicide in Roswell, Georgia.
House in Connecticut explodes with people trapped inside; Michael Phelps and Team USA enjoy car karaoke.
Police arrest members of 'Pink Panther' gang during jewel heist in Spain; mayor of Fairfax, Va. busted in alleged drug and sex sting.
Authorities still searching for answers in waterslide death investigation; Team USA going for more gold in Rio.
Day 2 of Delta Air Lines Computer Meltdown Delays; Massachusetts Community on Edge After Female Jogger Found Dead
Scare at Hillary Clinton Rally in Pennsylvania; The Meaning Behind Team USA Gymnastics' 'Final Five'
Desperate Search for Victims of Deadly Apartment Explosion in Maryland; American Athletes Continue Gold Streak at Rio Olympics
Federal judge overturns murder conviction of Brendan Dassey; Hillary Clinton rallying in polls in key states.
Officials Set City Curfew in Hopes to Stop the Raging Protests Against Police in Milwaukee; Lightning Round Questions for the Star Athletes of Team USA
Louisiana Governor Declares State of Emergency Due to Unprecedented Flooding; Trump: 'I Don't Want to Change'
Ship goes up in flames off the coast of Puerto Rico; Donald Trump campaign shake-up.
Massive wildfires continue to devastate California; Zika confirmed in Miami beach.
CDC warns pregnant women not to travel to Miami; communities in Baton Rouge still devastated from massive flooding.
Outrage Grows After Deadly Police Shooting of Unarmed Father; American Pole Vaulter Honored for Inspiring Olympic Moment
Outrage over spike in the cost of EpiPens; thousands in Florida without power following power plant explosion.
American University in Kabul Attacked by Gunmen; Wrongfully Convicted Man Freed After Retrial.
Donald Trump Appears to Be Wavering on Immigration Plan; Sailors Serenade WWII Vet
Governor Paul LePage Under Fire for Leaving a Profanity-Laced Voicemail for a State Lawmaker; Teachers Across the Country Who Get Kids Excited About Returning to School
Huma Abedin Splits With Anthony Weiner Following Another Sexting Scandal; EpiPen Manufacturer Responds to Political Pressure to Lower Prices
American Hostage of Taliban Appears in New Video; FBI Warns State Election Boards of Suspected Hacking Attempts