What we know so far about Las Vegas shooter Stephen Paddock.
- "CBS fired a company executive Monday after she criticized some victims of the Las Vegas mass shooting as 'Republican gun toters' who did not deserve sympathy."
- The American scientists Rainer Weiss, Barry C. Barish, and Kip S. Thorne have won this year's Nobel Prize in physics.
- Equifax now says that the personal information of an additional 2.5 million people was affected by the data breach of its systems.
- "The CIA has denied a request by the bipartisan leaders of the Senate Judiciary Committee to let them view some of the same information about Russian meddling that the intelligence committee has already seen, according to the panel's top Democrat."
- Tom Petty, R.I.P.
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