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Fake news? Trump supporters circulate photo of Phoenix rally crowds ... but it's not

A photo circulating that apparently depicts the crowd waiting for the Trump rally in Phoenix wasn't actually taken in Phoenix.         

'I certainly regret' rigging Iowa Lottery, says man before being sentenced to 25 years

Eddie Tipton was a computer programmer in the Iowa offices of the Multi-State Lottery Association who installed software that allowed him to pick winning numbers in some of the nation’s most popular lottery drawings.         

Powerball jackpot swells to $700 million

Here are the winning numbers drawn Saturday night: 17-19-39-43-68 with a Powerball of 13.         

Trump scraps federal climate change advisory panel

The Trump administration ended the panel that explains the federal climate change report to the public. Video provided by Newsy         

Can you start to plan your trip now for the 2024 eclipse?

The next great solar eclipse will fan out across America on April 8, 2024. You can't book a hotel for awhile, but you can start weighing your options.         

Program helps disabled children learn to express themselves through dance

Whether it's jumping, waving, or something as expressive as moving your eyebrows, anyone can dance. That's the idea behind a program at the National Dance Institute where disabled children learn to express themselves.         

Walt Whitman Bridge painters live the high life

The thrill of the job, plus a safety harness, keeps bridge painters standing tall far above the Delaware River.         

Family of missing student speak out

Family and friends of Chinese woman who was abducted while studying at the University of Illinois plan to spoke for the first time since an arrest was made.         

Fractured, sprained and strained, the eclipse's walking wounded arrive at hospitals

Do you need an appointment? Here's what to look for.         

If you haven't heard of Raven Rock, you're on your own when nukes hit

If a nuclear attack or some other massive disaster strikes the U.S., there are secret bunkers ready for 10,000 government employees. Video provided by Newsy         

Missouri Governor halts Tuesday execution

Missouri Governor Eric Greitens halted the execution of a man scheduled to be put to death on Tuesday after his attorneys argued that recent DNA evidence shows he is innocent.         

Backstreet Boys consider Florida Georgia Line family

The Backstreet Boys and Florida Georgia Line have a hit country song together, a tour and now a “CMT Crossroads” special. The two bands talked about the brotherhood that has developed between them and learning new dance moves.         

Winning the Powerball will make you richer than these 7 celebrities

The lottery jack pot is worth $700 Million. If a single person were to win the prize they'd instantly become richer than these 7 celebrities.         

Mom charged with murder in teen daughter’s death

Human remains found on an 81-acre farm in Missouri are those of 16-year-old Savannah Leckie, who had been reported missing, authorities say.         

Mo. governor stays execution of man convicted of killing ex-reporter

Missouri Gov. Eric Greitens issued a stay of execution for Marcellus Williams Tuesday.         

Backstreet Boys consider Florida Georgia Line family

The Backstreet Boys and Florida Georgia Line have a hit country song together, a tour and now a 'CMT Crossroads' special. The two bands talked about the brotherhood that has developed between them and learning new dance moves.         

Tillerson on Pakistan role and North Korea restraint

Secretary of State Tillerson says Pakistan plays a role in the success of Afghanistan, the U.S. cannot go it alone. Tillerson used North Korea as example, where assembling global effort seem to help with having Pyongyang show restraint.         

Raw: Confederate statue vandalized in Columbus

Police say a Confederate soldier statue at a cemetery in Ohio was damaged by vandals who took its head after climbing on an arched memorial at Camp Chase Confederate Cemetery in west Columbus, before toppling the statue to the ground.         

AP Top Stories August 22, 2017

Here's the latest for Tuesday, August 22nd: Trump to rally supporters in Phoenix; Flooding on Kansas-Missouri border; Croatia resort fires cause evacuations; Truck driver unhurt as cab dangles over highway.         

Finally, some closure for USS Indianapolis survivor

A team of researchers found the ship's wreckage in the Philippine Sea 72 years after it sunk.         

How to know if you damaged your eyes during the eclipse

So you looked at the eclipse. Here's how to know if you've lost sight.         

Cosby's retrial delayed as new legal team joins

Bill Cosby's retrial on sexual assault charges will be delayed as his new legal team gets up to speed on the case. The District Attorney says his team will be ready when a new date is set.         

Members of Kennedy family reportedly arrested for noise violation

The Kennedys reportedly attended a house party that got so noisy, two of them were arrested.         

Alligator released back into wild after driver finds it on the road

A 3 foot alligator was released back into the wild after being found on the road in Louisiana. Veuer's Natasha Abellard has the story.         

Maryland county removes confederate memorial

A Confederate memorial has been removed from outside a courthouse in Howard County, Md. The county executive said a 'more appropriate place for the memorial is in a museum.'         

Exactly how gross are dog kisses?

Your pet could be putting your family's health at risk.         

Spotted: Malia Obama moving in to Harvard

Oh hai, Malia         

Raw: Wildfires force evacuations on Croatian coast

Several wildfires were raging on the Croatian Adriatic coast, reaching some homes and prompting evacuations of dozens of villagers on Tuesday.         

US Commanders: Joint South Korea exercises necessary

U.S. military commanders are dismissing calls to scale down or pause their joint exercises with South Korea in order to tamp down tensions with North Korea.         

18-wheeler truck dangles off Texas highway

The driver of an 18-wheeler truck escaped unharmed after an accident left his truck dangling over a Houston, Texas highway Tuesday.         

Anger boils over at Charlottesville City Council

Anger boiled over at the first Charlottesville City Council meeting since a white nationalist rally descended into violent chaos, with some residents screaming and cursing at councilors Monday night and calling for their resignations.         

Dozens Injured in Philadelphia Train Crash

A commuter train crashed into a parked train at a suburban Philadelphia terminal early Tuesday morning, injuring dozens of passengers and the train's operator, a transit spokeswoman said.         

Joe Arpaio, Arizona's controversial ex-sheriff

        

Train crash near Philadelphia injures 42 people

        

Iowa couple gets $3.25M after adopted son killed by birth father

An Iowa couple whose adopted baby was killed after his birth parents regained custody in 2014 was awarded $3.25 million on Tuesday.         

Today in History for August 22nd

Highlights of this day in history: The last Jewish settlers leave the Gaza Strip; President Bill Clinton signs welfare reform into law; Black Panthers' co-founder Huey Newton killed; Sci-fi author Ray Bradbury and singer Tori Amos born.         

ShowBiz Minute: Cosby, Mystikal, Tyler

Cosby hires Michael Jackson's lawyer for sex assault retrial; Rapper Mystikal surrenders on rape charge in Louisiana; Bonnie Tyler sings "Total Eclipse of the Heart" during solar eclipse.         

Community mourns teen who died on first day of school

Peyton West, 13, had heart transplant surgery in March and was ready to return to school when he said he didn't feel well that morning.         

Officials: 42 injured in train crash at Philadelphia-area station

The incident happened around 12:15 a.m.         

Over 45,000 pounds of sugar dumped in Times Square illustrates alarming child health trend

KIND estimates the average 8-year-old eats their weight in added sugar each year.         

As Joe Arpaio waits for mercy, 5 things to know about presidential pardons

Speculation is that President Trump will pardon the former Maricopa County, Ariz., sheriff, who was convicted of criminal contempt of court.         

Woman killed in gruesome elevator accident after giving birth at hospital in Spain

A Spanish woman who had just given birth to a baby girl was killed Sunday after a hospital elevator malfunctioned, according to local reports.         

Robert Patrick: 'Wonderful to hear that I have terrified people'

As "Terminator 2: Judgment Day" gets a 3D rerelease, actor Robert Patrick recalls auditioning for his role as its shape changing cyborg, and delights in the nightmares he gave a generation of film fans.         

Trump set to kick off 2020 fundraising tour to bolster his presidency

The president's re-election effort seems to be going full-steam ahead ... a few years early. Video provided by Newsy         

Ind. teen high on drugs, crashes into a house at 107 MPH, kills 2

Two sisters are dead after a teenager crashed into their house in Frankfort, Indiana. Police also say that teen was high on opiates.         

Flight lets passengers see eclipse in the air

An astronaut, eclipse experts, reporters and some lucky contest winners had unique seats for the total solar eclipse on Monday, on board an Alaska Airlines flight.         

Officials: 42 injured in train crash at Philadelphia station

The incident happened around 12:15 a.m.         

Trump: Not nation building, killing terrorists

In outlining the pillars of his strategy to address Afghanistan, President Trump said the US is not about nation building, but rather, "killing terrorists." He also said the US "can no longer be silent" about terrorist safe havens in Pakistan.         

Trump: 'I'm a problem solver' and 'we will win'

President Donald Trump says U.S. troops "will fight to win" in Afghanistan. And he's using his prime-time address to the nation on Monday to offer a "clear definition" of victory.         

Legend and Teigen all smiles at Tony Awards

Stars including John Legend and Chrissy Teigen, Olivia Wilde, Tina Fey, Anna Kendrick and Kevin Spacey pose on Tony Awards red carpet.