Officials in Bangkok have released video of a "suspect" wanted for the deadly blast in an area popular with tourists in Thailand. Authorities say the male suspect,seen wearing a yellow shirt, is seen with a backpack which he puts downs minutes before the blast. At least 20 people died and 125 injured from the explosion.
A data breach back in May at the Internal Revenue Service now appears to be much bigger than the agency first reported. It's now warning people that an additional 220-thousand people have had their information stolen...or a total of 334-thousand.
Intelligence community officials involved in the review of Hillary Clinton's emails have flagged 305 messages for further inspection, new court documents released Monday say. The emails were found in a sampling of 20 percent of the total 30,000 emails. A State Department spokesperson says: "At this point in the review, we haven't see any indication that anybody did anything willfully or negligently" - Video has been released of Clinton's closed door meeting last week with Black Lives Matters protesters.- Clinton will hold a town hall event in Las Vegas Tuesday.
-Republican presidential hopefuls Sen. Marco Rubio and Gov. John Kasich take their turn speaking on the soapbox at the Iowa State Fair Tuesday. After dealing with union hecklers in Iowa Monday, Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker heads to Minnesota where he's expected to deliver his alternative to Obamacare.
- Democratic candidate Bernie Sanders fired up supporters during an appearance Monday night in Chicago.
E-ZPASS PHISHING SCAM
AAA is warning drivers about an email phishing scam targeting E-ZPass users. Scammers send official-looking emails with false claims of unpaid tolls and when the unsuspecting users click on a link to pay, it allows the scammers access to the users computer.
A jump at the pump. Gas prices went up about 9 cents a gallon last week to a nationwide average of $2.72 a gallon. Meanwhile, crude oil futures prices closed down again...to $41.87 a barrel.
Wildfires are have burned over a million acres across four western states: California, Washington, Idaho and Oregon. Nearly 6 million acres have burned across the US from more than 36 thousand wildfires since the start of the year according the US Forest Service. For the first time since 2006, the Army has deployed some 200 troops to help battle the blazes.
Shell gets the final federal permit it needs to start drilling for oil in the Arctic Ocean off Alaska's northwest coast for the first time in more than two decades.
The FAA now says it was a software upgrade that caused delays for thousands of weekend airline passengers throughout the Northeast.
Airlines for America (A4A) predicts more than 14 million people will fly during the Labor Day holiday, which would be a three percent increase from last year. The industry trade groups estimates more than 2 million travelers a day will pack airports from September 2nd through September 8th.
NC PORCH SHOOTING
Closing arguments begin Tuesday morning in the shooting trial of Charlotte-Mecklenburg Police Officer Randall “Wes” Kerrick. Kerrick is charged with voluntary manslaughter in the shooting death of unarmed black man Jonathan Ferrell in 2013. The defense rested its case Monday afternoon, but not before loading up with three witnesses primed to help make its case that Kerrick’s decision to shoot Ferrell came because he was being attacked. In a videotaped interview, fellow officer Thornell Little said Ferrell was clawing at Kerrick and that he thought Ferrell was out of control. Shortly after a defense expert disputed the state's contention that Kerrick's decision to shoot Ferrell 10 times amounted to excessive force.
As the 10th anniversary of the hurricane Katrina approaches, officials are looking back and discussing the progress made since the powerful story devastated New Orleans and other parts of the Gulf Coast.
The FDA is expected to announce Tuesday whether it will approve, deny or postpone "Flibanserin" - a drug dubbed "the female Viagra." If the drug does win approval you shouldn't expect to see a lot of advertising for it, at least not at first because the maker of the drug has promised the FDA that to curb potential misuse, it will not advertise on TV or on Radio for 18 months.
Two women make history in the U-S Army...they are the first ever to complete the grueling course to become elite Army Rangers.
US Military commanders are constantly demanding increased Predator flights for surveillance over world hot spots, so the Pentagon says it will ramp up drone use 50-percent by 2019.
PREP SCHOOL RAPE TRIAL
A jury was selected Monday in the trial of a Concord prep school graduate accused of sexually assaulting a 15-year-old freshman. Owen Labrie, 19, of Turnbridge, Vermont, is accused of sexually assaulting a girl on May 30, 2014, in a building on the campus of St. Paul's School. Prosecutors accused Labrie of taking part in a tradition known as the "Senior Salute," in which graduating seniors strived for sexual conquests and kept a list of prospective targets.
A horrific scene at New York's Yankee Stadium Monday night. Yankees pitcher Brian Mitchell hit in the head by a line drive ball hit by Eduardo Nunez of the Minnesota Twins. Mitchell was taken to a hospital for further evaluation.
BABY BORN IN CAR
What a birth: A baby was born on the side of the road in Seattle with police standing by as make-shift midwives. Officers pulled the parents over for racing through red lights early Sunday morning. The soon-to-be father jumped out of the car, telling the officers his wife was in labor. They called an ambulance, but the baby beat the medics to it. Within just a few minutes, the pregnant mom was giving birth to a baby girl.
RAMS RETURN TO LA
Hundreds if not thousands of California Rams fans turned out to watch the St. Louis football team practice with the Dallas Cowboys in Oxnard, CA Monday. The teams will practice for another two days. The Rams are considering a return move to the Los Angeles area after leaving 20 years ago.