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A 20-year-old Virginia man spent three hours scaling the glass facade of Trump Tower in New York on Wednesday using large suction cups. He climbed to the 21st floor before police officers grabbed him and hauled him to safety through an open window.
Dr. Anthony Fauci, Director of the National Institutes of Health, gave an update on plans for response and coordination regarding the Zika virus in the United States. Among the topics he discussed were funding and efforts to develop vaccines to protect women of child-bearing age and their partners from Zika.
Former U.S. Secretary of Commerce under President George W. Bush, Carlos Gutierrez, discusses his change of heart on the Cuban embargo. With the Obama administration's decision to normalize relations with Cuba, Gutierrez believes it is time to end the embargo and offer Cubans and Cuban-Americans a new future for the island.
Male panda cub Bei Bei played in the hose while zoo keepers were cleaning at The Smithsonian's National Zoo in Washington, D.C. on August 3, 2016. The zoo tweeted video of his playtime and added, "It's adorable."
A failed coup attempt on Friday night has gripped Turkey. By Saturday morning, thousands of soldiers had been detained, accused of trying to overthrow the government, and civilians were left in a state of unease.
From President Obama to Speaker Paul Ryan and even Newt Gingrich, politicians on July 8 preached a message of unity in the face of a violent week that saw both black and white Americans targeted. The President also promised that gun violence would be addressed in the days to come, while the Congressional Black Caucus called upon House Republicans to allow discussion on gun laws. (Natalie Fertig / McClatchy)
Thousands of protesters march up 5th Avenue in New York City Thursday evening shouting "Hands Up, Don't Shoot" and "Black Lives Matter" in response to controversial shootings by police this week in Louisiana and Minnesota.
President Obama spoke on the police shootings in Louisiana and Minnesota Thursday after landing in Warsaw, Poland for the NATO Summit. "This is not a matter of comparing the value of lives," he said. "This is recognizing that there is a particular burden being placed on a group of our fellow citizens."
The fireworks display in Washington, D.C. was partially obscured by overcast weather for the Fourth of July, prompting PBS to use older footage from previous years in their annual “A Capitol Fourth” broadcast of the celebration.