1. Hamburg attacker was known to security forces as Islamist: mayor  |  ( reuters )
BERLIN (Reuters) - The 26-year-old migrant who killed one person and injured six others in a knife attack in a Hamburg supermarket on Friday was known to German security forces as an Islamist, the city's mayor said.
2. EU executive launches action against Poland over judiciary reform  |  ( reuters )
BRUSSELS (Reuters) - The European Commission has launched legal action against Poland's reforms to its judiciary and given Warsaw a month to respond, it said on Saturday.
3. Australian counter-terrorism police arrest four in Sydney  |  ( reuters )
SYDNEY (Reuters) - Australian counter-terrorism police arrested four people in raids late on Saturday across several Sydney suburbs aimed at disrupting plans for "terrorist attacks".
4. Tesla Model 3: Elon Musk rolls out mass market model  |  ( bbc )
Chief executive Elon Musk said the Model 3 was the "best car for its cost, either electric or gasoline".
5. Hamburg supermarket attacker 'was known Islamist'  |  ( bbc )
The man who killed one person and injured six in a supermarket knife attack in Hamburg was a "known Islamist", police say.
6. Iran says US Navy fires warning shots near its vessels  |  ( cnbc )
Iran's elite Revolutionary Guard said Saturday a U.S. Navy aircraft carrier fired a warning shot in an "unprofessional" confrontation with Iranian vessels, the official IRNA news agency reported.
7. Two men arrested over rape of 14-year-old girl in Birmingham  |  ( sky news )
Two men have been arrested in connection with the first of two separate rape attacks on a 14-year-old girl in Birmingham.
8. Kenya election: Fake CNN and BBC news reports circulate  |  ( bbc )
The fake CNN report cuts from a CNN Philippines broadcast to a fake video that uses CNN logo.
9. Suspected Boko Haram militants issue video of three kidnapped oil survey team members  |  ( reuters )
The team, which included university staff and employees from Nigeria's state oil firm, was kidnapped by suspected members of the Islamist militant group while searching for oil in the conflict-ridden northeast on Tuesday.
10. England cricket stars travel by Tube to South Africa Test match  |  ( sky news )
The team are in the middle of a five-day Test match against South Africa at the Oval in south London.
11. Priebus latest high-profile departure from Trump admin  |  ( cnn )
It was the appointment of Anthony Scaramucci as White House communications director, however, that broke the camel's back.
12. Phone calls, dismissal threats: Venezuela pressures state workers to vote  |  ( reuters )
CARACAS (Reuters) - State workers in Venezuela are receiving frequent phone calls, pressure from bosses and threats of dismissal to ensure they vote in favor of President Nicolas Maduro's controversial new congress on Sunday.
13. Sri Lanka signs deal on Hambantota port with China  |  ( bbc )
The BBC's Azzam Ameen in Colombo says that the signing took place at the Sri Lanka Port Authority premises in the capital.
14. Brother of ousted Pakistani PM seen as successor  |  ( reuters )
No prime minister has completed a full term since independence from British colonial rule in 1947.
15. Labour should adopt anti-Brexit manifesto, says London Mayor Sadiq Khan  |  ( sky news )
Labour should adopt an anti-Brexit position in its next manifesto, London Mayor Sadiq Khan has said.
16. Ohio boa constrictor: Firefighters kill snake 'stuck to woman's face'  |  ( bbc )
I have a boa constrictor stuck to my face!"
17. Trump to sign Russia sanctions, Moscow retaliates  |  ( cnbc )
By signing the bill into law, Trump can not ease the sanctions against Russia unless he seeks congressional approval.
18. North Korea tests another ICBM, claims all of U.S. in strike range  |  ( reuters )
Washington has also proposed a new round of U.N. sanctions on North Korea following its July 4 ICBM test.
19. On This Day in History  |  ( upi )
A thought for the day: Samuel Davies, 18th-century American educator, said, "Intolerance has been the curse of every age and state."
20. On This Day: Eisenhower signs law creating NASA  |  ( upi )
In 1958, President Dwight D. Eisenhower signs into law the National Aeronautics and Space Act, which creates the National Aeronautics and Space Administration -- NASA.
21. US and South Korea in show of firepower over North Korea missile threat  |  ( sky news )
The missile test came a day after the US Senate approved a package of sanctions on North Korea, Russia and Iran.
22. Missing five-year-old Molly Owens believed to be with wanted father  |  ( sky news )
A five-year-old girl who has been reported missing is believed to be with her father, who is wanted by police for failing to appear in court.
23. House GOP rails on Senate for torpedoing health care  |  ( cnn )
(CNN) House Republicans are fed up and openly blaming their Senate colleagues across the Capitol for torpedoing their party's pledge to repeal and replace Obamacare.
24. White House says Trump will sign Russia sanctions  |  ( cbs news )
Having read the latest version, the White House said Mr. Trump intends to sign it.
25. North Korea pushes the limits. What can the US do?  |  ( cnn )
A military operation against North Korea would saddle the US with expanded costs and responsibility on the peninsula.
26. Test shows North Korea missile could hit LA, Chicago, analyst says  |  ( cnn )
JUST WATCHED North Korean missile classified as 'brand new' Replay More Videos ... MUST WATCH North Korean missile classified as 'brand new' 02:102017 has been a year of rapid progress for North Korea's missile program.
27. North Korea tests missile that could reach U.S. mainland  |  ( cbs news )
July 28, 2017, 6:35 PM | North Korea launched another sophisticated missile Friday that could potentially hit the U.S. mainland.
28. Tesla delivers its first 30 Model 3s in historic moment  |  ( cnn )
With its first three vehicles — the Roadster, Model S and Model X — Tesla (TSLA) made electric cars cool.
29. Tesla delivers first Model 3 cars, here's what it's like behind the wheel  |  ( cnbc )
It also starts at $35,000, less than half the price of Tesla Model S or Model X.
30. "CBSN: On Assignment" explores ISIS's influence on children in Iraq and Syria  |  ( cbs news )
July 28, 2017, 6:45 PM | ISIS is on the run in Iraq and Syria, but it has left behind a generation of child soldiers brainwashed and trained to kill.