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Wis. firm offers microchip implants to employees
July 25, 2017

Wis. firm offers microchip implants to employees

A Wisconsin company is offering to microchip its employees, enabling them to open doors, log onto their computers and purchase snacks with a swipe of the hand. (July 25)
Fires burn 390 sq. miles in eastern Montana
July 26, 2017

Fires burn 390 sq. miles in eastern Montana

Four wildfires have burned 390 square miles of farmland and public land in eastern Montana. The four fires have burned at least 16 homes since lightning ignited them last Wednesday. (July 26)
Northern Nevada wildfire 20% contained
July 26, 2017

Northern Nevada wildfire 20% contained

Reports from northern Nevada say a wildfire that burned more than 3,000 acres south of Reno is now 20% contained. Some voluntary evacuations were called off. (July 26)
Small Wisconsin airport becomes world's busiest
July 26, 2017

Small Wisconsin airport becomes world's busiest

A small eastern Wisconsin airport gets the designation of "world's busiest" during an annual plane convention. It takes a lot of coordination and communication for Wittman Regional Airport in Oshkosh to handle 17,000 takeoffs and landings. (July 26)
Trump describes merit-based immigration system
July 26, 2017

Trump describes merit-based immigration system

President Donald Trump described for a rally in Youngstown, Ohio a merit-based immigration system that he says he's working on with two Republican Senators. Trump said it would allow people who have "worked really really hard" into the US.(July 26)
Trump: ‘Time will tell’ fate of Attorney General
July 25, 2017

Trump: ‘Time will tell’ fate of Attorney General

President Donald Trump would potentially plunge the country into a constitutional crisis if he tries to fire his way out of the Russia probe. Associated Press White House reporter Jonathan Lemire explains. (July 25)
VP Pence breaks tie, Senate takes up health bill
July 25, 2017

VP Pence breaks tie, Senate takes up health bill

The Senate has voted to move ahead on health care legislation aimed at dismantling the Obama health law. The vote was 51-50 on Tuesday. Sen. John McCain returned from Arizona where he is battling brain cancer to cast a crucial vote. (July 25)
McCain preaches cooperation in Senate
July 25, 2017

McCain preaches cooperation in Senate

Sen. John McCain gave a passionate speech about the need for Senators to reach across the aisle and cooperate in his first speech on the floor since being diagnosed with brain cancer. (July 25)
Trump praises Senate on health care repeal
July 25, 2017

Trump praises Senate on health care repeal

President Donald Trump is praising the Senate for moving forward on health care repeal. (July 25)
Trump welcomes Lebanese Prime Minister to White House
July 25, 2017

Trump welcomes Lebanese Prime Minister to White House

President Donald Trump has welcomed Lebanon's Prime Minister to the White House for talks. (July 25)
Trump to Boy Scouts: We could use more loyalty
July 24, 2017

Trump to Boy Scouts: We could use more loyalty

President Donald Trump is addressing thousands of Boy Scouts at a national gathering in West Virginia. Trump says that the country "has no better citizens than its Boy Scouts," adding: "The Scouts believe in putting America first." (July 24)
Tornado damage in eastern Maryland
July 25, 2017

Tornado damage in eastern Maryland

Residents and crews on the Maryland Eastern Shore are cleaning up from a tornado that hit early Monday. The National Weather Service says the tornado had wind speeds of 125 mph. It downed trees and collapsed buildings. Thousands lost power. (July 25)
Northern Illinois floods worse after storms
July 25, 2017

Northern Illinois floods worse after storms

Severe thunderstorms that brought heavy rain, hail and strong winds to northern Illinois have exacerbated recent flooding in some areas. The storms caused flood levels to rise, just as they were going down. (July 25)
Survivor of truck filled with illegals speaks from hospital
July 24, 2017

Survivor of truck filled with illegals speaks from hospital

A man who survived a journey across the Mexican border in the back of a tractor-trailer, where 10 were found dead in Texas, says there was no water or fresh air. He described the trailer being "full." (July 24)
 Senator McCain arrives at the US Capitol
July 25, 2017

Senator McCain arrives at the US Capitol

Senator John McCain arrived in the Senate Chamber from his recovery bed in Arizona in order to cast a vote on the motion to proceed to debate on the health care bill. (July 25)