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10 things to know, Monday, July 23


Your daily look at late-breaking news, upcoming events and the stories that will be talked about today:


In an all-caps tweet, Trump warns Iranian President Hassan Rouhani that he will face dire consequences for threatening America; the reaction from Tehran is dismissive.

2. What police are saying about Toronto mass shooting

Authorities are not ruling out terrorism after a man fired a handgun into restaurants and cafes as he walked along a street in the bustling Greektown neighborhood, killing one person, before being shot to death by police.

3. Americans in blended families cope with toll of deportation

As the Trump administration takes a harder line on immigration, millions of mixed-status families are being divided by deportation, AP learns.

4. How deadly Los Angeles market shooting began

A man's feud with his grandmother turns into a bizarre and deadly confrontation that ends with a Trader Joe's worker dead and dozens held hostage in a store miles away.

5. Mixed reaction to Mexican amnesty proposal

Advocates for victims of gang violence view the incoming president's proposal to grant amnesty to calm gang-fueled violence with trepidation, hope and fear.

6. What country experienced hottest ever day

Japan recorded its highest temperature ever as a deadly heat wave continues to grip a wide swath of the country and the nearby Koreas.

7. Schools eye facial recognition to boost security

But the technology raises another set of concerns about the system's potential effectiveness, student privacy and civil rights.

8. Drought forces emergency measures for wild horses

Volunteers in Arizona and Colorado are hauling water and truckloads of food to remote grazing grounds where springs have run dry and vegetation has disappeared.

9. Who will be TV’s first transgender superhero

Nicole Maines will star in The CW/Warner Bros.’ “Supergirl” as Nia Nal, a character described as a “soulful young transgender woman with a fierce drive to protect others.”

10. Italian golfer wins Claret Jug

With golf's biggest names all around it was the game's hottest player, Francesco Molinari, who shined in a British Open victory.

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