(NEW YORK) -- Like the candidate she picked, Hillary Clinton's vice presidential selection process lacked sizzle. Unlike the public drama that played out before Donald Trump officially unveiled Indiana Gov. Mike Pence as his running mate, Clinton's selection of Sen. Tim Kaine, D-Virginia, was conducted quietly and out of the public eye. Clinton began the process in April after the New York primary.
(WASHINGTON) -- Here's everything you need to know about Hillary Clinton's running mate, Sen. Tim Kaine (D-Virginia). Name: Tim Kaine Party: Democrat Date of Birth: Feb. 26, 1958 Age: 58 What He Does Now: U.S. Senator from Virginia. Elected in 2012. Serves on Armed Services, Budget, Foreign Relations and Aging Committees. What He Used to Do: Kaine served as Democratic National Committee chairman from 2009 to 2011.
(MIAMI) -- North Miami Police Officer Jonathon Aledda was identified Friday as the officer involved in the shooting of an unarmed man earlier this week. City officials said Aledda is a member of the department's SWAT team. He was placed on paid administrative leave. Jeff Cazeau, North Miami City Attorney, said the release of the officer's name was delayed due to safety concerns, but added that he is safe now.
(NEW YORK) -- Virginia Sen. Tim Kaine has been chosen as Hillary Clinton's running mate -- a man she called a "relentless optimist" who "devoted his life to fighting for others." Clinton announced her choice in a text message sent to supporters: "I'm thrilled to tell you this first: I've chosen Sen. Tim Kaine as my running mate." The presumptive Democratic nominee also tweeted out her running mate decision.
COOPERSTOWN, N.Y. (AP) -- When they were drafted nearly three decades ago, one was on everybody's baseball radar, the other a blip at best, picked almost as an afterthought in the final round thanks to a recommendation by an important family friend. That their baseball paths started so differently -- the Seattle Mariners made Ken Griffey Jr.
(NEW YORK) -- Just days before the Democratic National Convention, Wikileaks has released emails from top DNC officials that appear to show the inner workings of the Democratic Party and what seems to be them attempting to aid the Hillary Clinton campaign during the primaries.
(NEW YORK) -- Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton will begin receiving classified intelligence briefings after the Democratic National Convention in Philadelphia next week, when both candidates have become their respective parties' presidential nominees, senior intelligence officials tells ABC News. "The briefings are traditionally given after nominating conventions have identified all the candidates," the official said.
SAN DIEGO (AP) -- Jon Snow isn't dead, but he is missing -- at least from Comic-Con. The cast of "Game of Thrones" gathered Friday at the annual fan convention, minus a few key figures including Snow actor Kit Harrington, George R. R. Martin and Emilia Clarke. Those present included co-creators David Benioff and D.B. Weiss, actress Sophie Turner and others.
NEW YORK (AP) -- Attacks such as the one in a Munich shopping mall and at a nearby McDonald's Friday may lead mall owners to increase their security or even persuade global brands to focus expansion plans on the U.S. rather than Europe.
SPANISH FORK, Utah (AP) -- A huge toxic algae bloom in Utah has closed one of the largest freshwater lakes west of the Mississippi River, sickening more than 100 people and leaving farmers scrambling for clean water for days during the hottest part of the year.
DENVER (AP) -- A suburban Denver baker who refused to make a cake for a same-sex wedding is asking the U.S. Supreme Court to hear his case after a lower court ruled he must provide the service despite his Christian beliefs. The Denver Post reports (http://goo.gl/ai9Cfh ) attorneys for Jack Phillips filed the petition Friday.
It's time for another edition of Wacky News with Chad Bowar. He and Mark Garrison go through some of the weirdest and wackiest stories of the week. First there is a restaurant opening in Canada that wants to celebrate poop. A new $2,000 luxury donut has been released in London and beef broth pop cycles…
QUITO, Ecuador (AP) -- Ecuador has paid a $112 million arbitration award to Chevron Corp stemming from a 1990s-era oil contract dispute. The payment confirmed Friday by a company spokesman was ordered in 2011 by a Netherland-based international arbitration panel and later confirmed by U.S. courts and upheld on appeal by the Supreme Court.
RICHMOND, Va. (AP) -- Gov. Terry McAuliffe's action restoring the voting rights of more than 200,000 felons was unconstitutional, Virginia's highest court ruled Friday, siding with Republican lawmakers who said the governor overstepped his authority. In a 4-3 decision, the Supreme Court of Virginia ordered the state to cancel the registration of the more than 11,000 felons who had signed up to vote so far under the governor's April executive order.
SAN DIEGO (AP) -- The latest developments on Donald Trump's lawyers seeking to dismiss one of three lawsuits involving Trump University alleging the Republican presidential contender defrauded customers at the now defunct business (all times local): 4 p.m. Friday A federal judge says he is inclined to deny a request to dismiss a lawsuit against Donald Trump that accuses the Republican presidential nominee of defrauding customers at the now-defunct Trump University. U.S.
(NEW YORK) -- After two and a half years and more than 110,000 square kilometers of scouring the floor of the southern Indian Ocean, the hunt Malaysia Airlines Flight MH370 will soon come to a close; at least for now. But some experts say that the debris discovered so far indicates that the plane glided down to the surface of the ocean, instead of falling out of the sky in some way.
(AUSTIN, Texas) -- Two Austin Police Department officers are now under investigation after dash-cam video shows one of the officers throwing a black woman to the ground during a traffic stop. A second video taken from inside the police car after the woman was arrested shows another officer suggesting to the woman that black people have "violent tendencies" and that's "why a lot of white people are afraid of them.
(PITTSBURGH) -- Pittsburgh Steelers running back Le'Veon Bell has reportedly violated the NFL's drug policy. According to ESPN , sources say Bell, 24, is facing a four-game suspension for missing a drug test, and the appeals process is ongoing. If the suspension isn't overturned, according to ESPN, Bell will miss the first four games of the regular season.
(NEW YORK) -- If you're like most Americans, you might think we'd seen the last of Hillary Clinton's email messages when the State Department said in February that it had made them all public. Turns out there's many more. Originally, Clinton said she turned over 55,000 pages of work-related emails to the State Department that she'd accumulated during her time as secretary of state and deleted 30,000 personal ones.