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AileyCamp accepts 1,000 middle schoolers in 10 states into a six-week summer program meant to teach dance techniques and build self-esteem. Atlanta-area campers rehearsed with Atlanta Ballet instructors to prepare for a final performance.
Highlights of this day in history: Wiley Post completes first solo flight around the world; Robber John Dillinger shot dead; Saddam Hussein's sons killed in Iraq; The September 11th Commission releases its report; Birth of the Frisbee.
Here are the top stories for Sunday, July 21: Pompeo happy with progress on Mexico immigration enforcement; Iran releases video of seized tanker; U.S. accuses Venezuela of aggression over Caribbean; Wildfires in Portugal.
The Iranian Revolutionary Guard on Sunday released video showing the deck of Stena Impero, a British-flagged tanker it seized on Friday in the Strait of Hormuz.
Highlights of this day in history: First major battle in America's Civil War fought at Bull Run in Virginia; Scopes 'Monkey Trial' concludes; Peace deal ends Indochina War; Author Ernest Hemingway and actor-comedian Robin Williams born.
Here's the latest for Saturday, July 20th: The UK rejects Iran's 'tit for tat' view of tanker; Celebrations in full swing for the 50th anniversary of U.S. moon landing; ISS expedition launches; Schools in Australia are promoting "mud play."
Celebrations were in full swing across the country for the 50th anniversary of humanity's first footsteps on another world. In Neil Armstrong's hometown of Wapakoneta, Ohio, nearly 2,000 runners competed in "Run to the Moon" races.
"I'm still confused": Paget Brewster and Kate Micucci discuss the trailer for the upcoming live-action "Cats" movie that's become a viral internet sensation.
Angela Bassett and Patricia Arquette say their "Otherhood" co-star Felicity Huffman is "very remorseful" after pleading guilty in May to participating in a nationwide college admissions bribery scheme.
Highlights of this day in history: The first men to walk on the Moon; Viking One lands on Mars; Nazi Germany's dictator Adolf Hitler wounded in an assassination attempt; Mountaineer Edmund Hillary and musician Carlos Santana born.
A Middle East and defense expert with a think tank in Washington says Iran's seizure of a British-flagged oil tanker Friday appears to be a calculated, "tit-for-tat" military move, unlikely to trigger hostilities between the U.S. and Iran.
Some Americans have deemed crowd chants of 'send her back' at a North Carolina rally with President Donald Trump as racist, while some of his supporters are standing by him.
Here's the latest for Friday, July 19th: Trump: 'No doubt' US warship destroyed Iran drone; Iran says it seized British oil tanker in Strait of Hormuz; Boilers, stack implodes in Jacksonville, Florida; Rare wine festival held for first time in 20 ...
President Donald Trump says Iran may have seized two commercial vessels Friday in the Persian Gulf, calling the nation "trouble." The remarks follow Iran's claim earlier in the day that it seized a British oil tanker in the Strait of Hormuz.
Pam Grier's role as owner of a hardware store in rural Nebraska in ABC's sitcom "Bless This Mess" isn't a complete departure for the acting legend: She lives in rural Colorado and has spent much of her life on ranches.