July 19-- Today’s Top Stories from ABC News

--An uproar on day one of the Republican National Convention, as anti-Trump forces kicked up a fuss over the rules, demanding a roll call vote to approve convention rules, but that effort was quashed.
--Several opening night speeches were keyed to the Benghazi attack
--Monday night's keynote speaker: Malania Trump, introduced by her husband.
--Day two of the convention will feature the delegate roll call, that...once he hits 1,237 delegates...makes Donald Trump the Republican nominee officially.  Tuesday's convention theme is "Make America Work Again." Gov. Chris Christie, Ben Carson, and Sen. Mitch McConnell will be among the speakers.
--Hillary Clinton had several Monday appearances, including before the NAACP convention in Cincinnati.


--A candlelight vigil was held for the 3 slain officers in Baton Rouge. The father of one officer met with Alton Sterling's aunt, and they embraced.
--Authorities say 29-year-old Gavin Long went hunting for cops. Police say their "militarized tactics" saved lives. Chief Carl Dabadie saying "That shot that our SWAT team made was a hell of a shot."


German media identify the ax and knife wielding attacker who assaulted people on a train as a 17-year-old Afghan. The attacker injured four people before he was shot and killed by police as he fled.


French investigators are not ready to conclude with certainty that ISIS was behind the truck attack in Nice.


Turkey is blaming a Turkish ex-pat living in Pennsylvania ... Fethullah Gulen ... for inciting last week's military coup attempt ... and says it's prepared for share evidence of that with the US government. But Secretary of State John Kerry says Turkey must send evidence ... not allegations ... but White House Press Secretary Josh Earnest says so far they've not received a special extradition request from Turkey.


The International Olympic Committee is reviewing a report released this week confirming Russian state involvement in a widespread doing scandal.