Local News

Wasserman Schultz Faces Challenge In August PrimaryU.S. Representative Debbie Wasserman Schultz, a Democrat from Weston, has represented the state's 23rd district since she won the office in 2005.
Local Leaders Take On Zika Fight As Crews Spray Miami BeachEarly Wednesday morning, Miami-Dade Mosquito Control crews were busy at it again on Miami Beach, hitting dozens of neighborhoods with pesticide and removing standing water.
Sensors, Other Devices Can Help Prevent Hot Car Deaths If left behind, a sweltering hot car can be a danger to children inside it but some devices on the market can help prevent that situation.
Cause Of Deadly Mobile Home Fire Under InvestigationThe Broward Sheriff's Office trying to find out what caused a mobile home fire that killed two people Wednesday morning.
Astronaut Sets New U.S. Record For Time In SpaceThe commander of the International Space Station has a new U.S. record for most time spent in space.
Study: Melatonin May Be Key In Fighting Breast CancerA new study suggests melatonin may be key in fighting breast cancer.

Politics

Wasserman Schultz Faces Challenge In August PrimaryU.S. Representative Debbie Wasserman Schultz, a Democrat from Weston, has represented the state's 23rd district since she won the office in 2005.
Miami Gardens Mayoral Candidate Wants Back On The BallotA South Florida mayoral candidate barred from the August primary ballot because a bank returned a qualifying check has asked the state's Supreme Court to quickly take up an appeal in the case.
Central Florida Senate Race Tilts To The RightTwo state House members and a wealthy political novice are using a GOP primary to test the limits of what it means to be a conservative.
Mayor Gimenez: Opponent's Claims Have ‘No Basis In Fact’The race for Miami-Dade County Mayor has been contentious at times, pitting an incumbent mayor against the daughter of another mayor.
Obama Vows Support For Louisiana After 'Cameras Leave'Amid debris, President Barack Obama vowed to have a sustained national effort to rebuild the flood-ravaged section of southern Louisiana "even after the TV cameras leave."
States File Another Lawsuit Over Obama Transgender RulesTexas along with four other states are suing the Obama administration for what they are saying are their efforts to strengthen discrimination protections for the transgender community.

Entertainment

Box Office Top 20: 'Suicide Squad,' 'Sausage Party' Stay On Top "Suicide Squad" and "Sausage Party" remained no. 1 and no. 2 at the weekend box office in North America, while a trio of newcomers failed to make much of a dent.

Health

Local Leaders Take On Zika Fight As Crews Spray Miami BeachEarly Wednesday morning, Miami-Dade Mosquito Control crews were busy at it again on Miami Beach, hitting dozens of neighborhoods with pesticide and removing standing water.
Study: Melatonin May Be Key In Fighting Breast CancerA new study suggests melatonin may be key in fighting breast cancer.
Clinton Proposes Fed Fund To Help Fight ZikaDemocratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton said if elected she would create a new fund to improve the federal government's response to major public health crises like the Zika virus.
Doctors ID Broward Teen Who Survived Deadly Brain-Eating AmoebaThe Broward teen who beat the odds against a brain-eating amoeba has been identified as 16-year-old Sebastian DeLeon.
First Child With Double-Hand Transplant Can Now ‘Throw A Ball, Zip His Clothes’A 9-year-old boy who received a double-hand transplant has made amazing progress in just one year.
Zika Myths Mixing With FactsDr. Marcelo Laufer, who specializes in pediatric infectious disease at Nicklaus Children's Hospital, has been busy for the past several months dealing with Zika virus related cases.

Tech

Help Catch A Bank Robber With New FBI AppHelp catch a criminal using a new app - released by the FBI.
AAA: Tech In New Cars Contribute To Rise In BreakdownsA report from AAA shows a record number of drivers need help on the road. The company responded to millions of calls for roadside assistance last year - many of them drivers in newer cars.
Ohio Turnpike Set To Offer Self-Driving Testing SoonOhio's toll road, a heavily traveled connector between the East Coast and Chicago, is moving closer to allowing the testing of self-driving vehicles.
Google's Search Engine Directs Voters To The Ballot BoxGoogle's search engine is being used to boost voter turnout in November's U.S. presidential election.
Delta Outage Shines Light On Decades Old Computer SystemsAs Delta struggles to recover from Monday’s computer problems, the issue that caused the whole thing is shedding light on the systems used to keep flights in the air and on time.
Safety Advocate’s Video Highlights Kidnapping Danger Of Pokémon GoA safety advocate produced a video showing the kidnapping dangers of Pokémon Go.

CBS National News

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Report reveals how doctors in sex abuse cases avoid charges

CBS World News

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