Aftershocks continue to rattle nerves in Northern California after a large 6.0 earthquake hit the Napa area early Sunday morning. There were dozens of injuries including 3 patients in critical condition including one child. There is widespread damage focused on Napa with its historic Victorian downtown. We've got Fox team coverage and some good guests.
There's also a fast-moving wildfire in Northern California's Weaverville. Folks in 150 homes were evacuated and more than 600 homes are threatened by the fast moving fire.
18-year-old Michael Brown will be laid to rest today in Ferguson, Missouri. Three White House aides are attending the funeral. The Brown family has asked protesters not to march out of respect for Brown.
The President is back from vacation with a lot on his plate.
Carl Cameron is reporting on the balance of power in the U.S. Senate and the possibility of a GOP pickup of control of the Senate in November.
Israel continues air strikes in Gaza in response to terror rockets. Conor Powell and Rick Leventhal reporting.
An Al Qaeda affiliate has released American journalist Peter Theo Curtis from two years of captivity. American journalist James Foley was executed on videotape by ISIS terrorists in Iraq just last week. Kitty Logan reports today on a former rapper fighting with ISIS in Syria. He is just one of several British nationals under investigation for terrorism. They may have links to whoever killed Foley, or have played a direct role.
Russia is going to send another convoy of trucks through Ukraine. The Russians say it's for humanitarian relieve. The Ukrainians call it an invasion.
Libya is asking the international community to come to its aid. It says it can no longer protect its strategic assets including its oil fields.
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