The United States shot down a government warplane over Syria it claimed had bombed U.S.-backed forces. Iran, meanwhile, launched missiles aimed at ISIS sites in Syria in response to terrorist attacks in Tehran.
- At least 7 sailors have died after a container ship collided into the U.S.S. Fitzgerald near Japan.
- Gunmen in Mali killed at least 2 tourists after storming a resort.
- A van plowed into a crowd leaving a mosque in London, injuring several people—the alleged driver was arrested.
- David Clarke will not be headed to the Department of Homeland Security.
- The sexual assault trial of Bill Cosby ended with a hung jury.
- Brooks Koepka won the U.S. Open.
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