|Florida warns beachgoers of flesh-eating bacteria in state waters|
|Crash-landing planes aren't the only hazard on Florida beaches: The state has warned that high levels of flesh-eating Vibrio bacteria have been detected in its waters, Gawker reports.|
|Jury awards Ventura $1.8M in defamation case|
|A jury awarded former Minnesota Gov. Jesse Ventura $1.8 million Tuesday in his lawsuit against the estate of "American Sniper" author Chris Kyle.|
|'The Bachelorette' finale: Andi's shocking sex secret revealed|
|Software sales executive Nick Viall and former professional baseball player Josh Murray both fought for Andi Dorfman’s heart, but which man did she choose?|
|Broken water main floods UCLA campus, forces rescue of drivers, pedestrians|
|A 93-year-old water pipe burst under Sunset Boulevard in Los Angeles Tuesday afternoon, sending a geyser of water spewing 30 feet in the air and flooding parking structures and buildings on the UCLA campus, including the school's famed basketball arena, Pauley Pavilion.|
|Mom threatened with C-section she didn't want— or child services|
|Two weeks before she gave birth to her fourth child, a Florida hospital threatened to force a C-section on 29-year-old mom Jennifer Goodall "with or without [her] consent," Jezebel reports.|
|Head of Benghazi probe says no witnesses off limits, including Clinton|
|The Republican head of the Benghazi Select Committee warned Tuesday that no witnesses would be off limits in its upcoming probe and that he would consider going to court, if necessary, to compel testimony.|
|More huge, mysterious holes found at 'end of the world'|
|One of the most remote areas in the world seems to be slowly turning into something resembling a slice of Swiss cheese.|
|Assad must go? Obama administration's focus on Syria in doubt as death toll soars|
|The rise of ISIS militants in Syria and Iraq, and the unwillingness of Americans to see their military involved in another foreign conflict, appear to have cooled President Obama's once-strident rhetoric demanding Syrian President Bashar al-Assad "must go" -- even as the death toll in the three-year-old civil war tops 170,000.|
|Last living crew member of Enola Gay dies in Georgia at age 93|
|Tom VanKirk says his father, 93-year-old Theodore VanKirk, died Monday in Stone Mountain, Georgia.|
|Troops told to refrain from eating, drinking in front of Muslims|
|A Defense Department school in Bethesda, Md., has given military personnel a directive: Do not eat or drink in front of Muslims, and learn more about their religion.|
|Passions heated over proposed EPA rule on plant emissions|
|As a part of its controversial proposed rule to limit carbon emissions from existing power plants, the EPA held simultaneous public comment sessions in Washington, Atlanta and Denver Tuesday. The comments, designed to help shape the formulation of the final rule, may have complicated that task, given the often diametrically opposed opinions expressed.|
|Walmart refuses to sell alcohol to man who was shopping with teen daughter|
|An Iowa man says he was humiliated when he was told he couldn’t purchase beer and alcohol at his local Walmart because he was shopping with his teen daughter.|
|Amazing video captures women escaping oncoming train|
|Two women in Indiana narrowly escaped death earlier this month when they found themselves trapped on a railway bridge -- right as a 14,000-ton freight train was bearing down on them.|
|Israel strikes symbols of Hamas' control in Gaza, shuts down power plant|
|Israel stepped up its military campaign against Hamas on Tuesday, striking symbols of the militant group's control in Gaza and firing tank shells that shut down the area's only power plant in the heaviest bombardment in the fighting so far.|
|US bars Kurdish oil from entering Texas port|
|The U.S. has barred a shipment of Kurdish crude oil from reaching the Texas coast amid concerns independent oil sales from Kurdistan could further weaken Iraq's fragile central government as it struggles to contain a Sunni military offensive.|
|Cars and trucks we can't have...but definitely want|
|There are a lot of great foreign cars for sale in the United States, but plenty more don't make the trip. Check out some of our favorite forbidden fruit.|
|'Deadliest Catch's' Keith Colburn: Washington politics hurt my business|
|"Deadliest Catch" star talks politics of crab fishing.|
|'Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles' promotional tweet criticized for 9/11 resemblance|
|A tweet showcasing a poster for the upcoming “Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles” flick sent out by the official Paramount Pictures Australia account has sparked controversy in the Twitterverse, with some users saying the poster reminded them of the horrors of 9/11.|
|Emails show White House adviser intervened on ObamaCare ‘bailout’ after industry appeals|
|Newly released emails show a key White House adviser intervened on behalf of the health insurance industry after an executive repeatedly warned that massive premium hikes were coming unless the administration expanded an ObamaCare program that Republicans call an industry "bailout."|
|The threats to America grow|
|Talking Points 7/29|
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