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Trump's Russia Reset Ideas Alarming Allies, Many in US

POLITICS | By Nancy Benac | Jul 30
Donald Trump's flurry of offhand remarks and abrupt zingers on Russia - praising Vladimir Putin, dismissing NATO - have jolted the world, not to mention the U.S. presidential campaign.

'Zika is Now Here': Mosquitoes Now Spreading Virus in US

Mosquitoes have apparently begun spreading the Zika virus on the U.S. mainland for the first time, health officials said Friday, a long-feared turn in the epidemic that is sweeping Latin America and the Caribbean.

What's Troubling Athletes Arriving in Rio? No 'Pokemon Go'

SPORTS | By Ryan Nakashima and Stephen Wade | Jul 30
So the plumbing and electricity in the athletes' village took several days to fix. Who cares? But no "Pokemon Go"? That's an outrage!

ACLU: Army Investigating Chelsea Manning After Suicide Attempt

The transgender soldier imprisoned in Kansas for sending classified information to the anti-secrecy website WikiLeaks now faces possible punishment for offenses stemming from a suicide attempt, a civil rights group said Thursday.

Eroding Alaska Village to Vote on Whether to Move or Stay

NATIONAL | By Rachel D'Oro | Jul 30
A tiny island village on Alaska's storm-battered western coast is entering a new chapter in its decades-long pursuit to move the entire community from its badly eroding shores to safer ground.

Democrats Hit by Another Hacking One Week After DNC Email Leak

CRIME | Jul 30
The Democratic Congressional Campaign Committee says it has been hacked. CBS News justice reporter Paula Reid has the details.

Clinton's Historic Night

Hillary Clinton highlighted her differences with Donald Trump in a historic speech to the Democratic National Convention Thursday night.

Shiite Tattoos Show Pride Amid Tension

RELIGION | By Hassan Ammar | Jul 30
Hamada Baytown is one of a growing number of Shiite Muslims in Lebanon who have inked themselves with Shiite religious and political symbols as a show of pride in their community since neighboring Syria's civil war broke out in 2011.

Work on Stalled San Francisco LGBTQ District Expected in 2017

NATIONAL | By Matthew S. Bajko | Jul 30
Work on the long-stalled creation of an LGBTQ cultural heritage district in part of San Francisco's South of Market neighborhood is expected to begin in 2017, the Bay Area Reporter has learned.

More Testimony in SF Lesbian Murder Trial

CRIME | By Seth Hemmelgarn | Jul 30
The woman who survived the 2013 shooting that killed a friend near a gay San Francisco nightclub this week contradicted other friends' descriptions of the shooter.

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